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Laredo's economy is based on international trade with Mexico. The city is home to the largest inland port in the U.S. Most major transportation companies have a facility in Laredo as a result. The cities location along the southern end of Interstate-35 is close to many manufacturers of North Mexico, which promotes its vital role in US-Mexico trade.
Local Newspapers: Laredo Morning Times
Local Sports Teams: Laredo Bucks (Central Hockey League)
Local Colleges: Texas A&M International University University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
Zip Codes associated with laredo, texas:
78040 78041 78043 78045 78046
Towns/Cities near laredo, texas : Hebbreonville Alice Freer San Diego Cotulla
CBP officers seize over $700K worth of crystal meth
U.S. Customs and Border Protection seized over $700,000 dollars' worth of crystal meth at a Laredo port of entry over the weekend. According to CBP, on March 17th, officers at the Lincoln Juarez Bridge referred a 2001 Ford Escape to secondary inspection.College students visit Laredo to build homes for local families
Over 40 students from different parts of the country took time out of their Spring Break to volunteer their time in the Gateway City. College students from Minnesota, North Dakota and New York put their crafting skills to good use in order to build a home for Habitat for Humanity.Outlet Shoppes at Laredo holds Lego Party for kids
Children of all ages came out to the Outlet Shoppes to attempt to make a fashionable accessory out of Legos. The first place winner took home a $250 gift card and the first 50 contestants were reward with a free hot dog from Johnny Rockets.Border Agents In Laredo Confiscate More Than One Ton In Marijuana
Border patrol agents in Laredo, Texas recently stopped three attempts to smuggle marijuana that resulted in the seizure of more than 2,400 pounds of the substance. On Friday March 9, 2018, agents seized 386.3 pounds of marijuana from a suspicious vehicle on Highway 83 south of Laredo.While attempting to stop the pick-up truck, two people inside it got out and ran.The Latest: Trump pays visit to prototypes for border wall
Numerous rallies both for-and-against Donald Trump's "big beautiful border wall" are expected to mark his first visit to California as president on Tuesday. About 250 people protested Trump in San Diego on Monday.No citizen question on the census
U.S. Census Bureau Director Robert Groves, foreground center, meets with residents of the San Carlos Colonia off Highway 359 in Laredo, Texas on Feb. 1, 2010. As then, a big issues in the upcoming census is full participation in the count by immigrants.Two men in Texas immigration detention are undergoing treatment after being bitten by a bat
Two immigrants in a South Texas detention center suffered bat bites earlier this week, and at least one is undergoing treatment "just in case the bat was rabid," the immigrant's attorney told the Texas Tribune. One bite occurred at around 1 a.m. Sunday at the Rio Grande Detention Center in Webb County, according to San Antonio-based immigration attorney Laura Figueroa.Officials ID victims in Laredo plane crash that killed two
Webb County Medical Examiner Corinne Stern is shown at the scene of a plane crash at the Laredo International Airport on Thursday, March 8, 2018. Webb County Medical Examiner Corinne Stern is shown at the scene of a plane crash at the Laredo International Airport on Thursday, March 8, 2018.The difficulty of stopping human smuggling at southern border
No one knows how many trucks dangerously loaded with smuggled migrants are getting through checkpoints near the U.S.- Mexican border. At a screening area in Laredo, Texas, where one such 18-wheeler made it through packed with more than 100 migrants, 10 of whom later died, border officials tell Scott Pelley it's "not feasible" to catch all the trucks given the high traffic volumes they deal with.Stash house operator pleads guilty in deadly smuggling run
The operator of an immigrant stash house in Laredo, Texas, has pleaded guilty to conspiracy in the case of a deadly smuggling run last July that left 10 immigrants dead or dying in a semitrailer in San Antonio. Pedro Silva Segura faces up to life in prison and will be sentenced June 29. He entered his plea Thursday before a federal magistrate in San Antonio.Library hosting Geek Week during Spring Break
But for those book worms who are looking to keep their mind active during the break, the Laredo Public Libraries are hosting several events for you! Several libraries across town will be hosting"Geek Week" for all those kids who have a passion for comics, movies and even anime. Different libraries will be hosting different themes throughout the week such as Pokemon, Ninja Turtles, Star Wars, Legos and much more! On Thursday March 15th the main library will be hosting a big celebration of geek fandom.3 killed when small plane crashes at Laredo airport
Three people have died in the wreckage of a small plane that crashed at Laredo International Airport after the pilot reported smoke coming from an engine. The Piper PA-31P had departed the airport Thursday morning and was attempting to return when it crashed in a grassy area some 50 yards from commercial buildings adjacent to the airport grounds.Police Logs 3-8
Tuesday at 6:17 a.m. Joseph Thompson, 59, of Morrisdale, was backing a Mack Truck onto US-322 from Hilltop Road. Francisco Ortiz, 47, of Laredo, Texas was driving a 2007 Volvo on US-322 and saw the truck backing up and stopped, but Thompson continued and backed into the front of the Volvo.High Court: Feds have role in Texas-New Mexico water fight
This Feb. 22, 2018 file photo The Rio Grande flows north of Albuquerque, N.M. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that the federal government can intervene in a water case pitting Texas against New Mexico and Colorado. Justice Neil Gorsuch writing for the court on Monday, March, 5, 2018, said the federal government must be allowed to meet its federal water commitments involving one of North America's longest rivers.Laredo man accused of sexually molesting boy
Anthony Javier Lozano, 34, was served with a warrant Tuesday. He was charged with indecency with a child by sexual contact.Center for Mexican-American Studies creates home for students
As a first generation student from Laredo, Texas, Ilse Colchado felt out of place when she began her college journey. She felt underrepresented and lost - until she found her home at the Center for Mexican-American Studies.Two women are sentenced in a kidnapping case
A woman is sentenced to just under 13 years in prison, for her role in the kidnapping of two Laredoans.Border Control Installs Camera On Man's Property Without Asking. When ...
They may be the king of beasts, but lions aren't the most popular wild animal kept by owners in Texas.A mountain lion casually roamed a subdivision in Texas. How was your Sunday?
A 'wild cat' roaming a neighborhood in south Texas, which prompted authorities to ask residents to stay inside their homes on Sunday afternoon, turned out to be a --wait for it-- a large mountain lion. The Laredo Police Department posted a warning alert to social media around 2:30 p.m. on Sunday asking residents of the Santa Rita subdivision, in particularly the Malaga, which is in the 100 block of Segovia Drive urging citizens there to remain in their homes.
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