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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.

Population: 233152
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

Laredo News
Migrants won't see armed soldiers on border

U.S. Border Patrol agents and members of the military pass concertina wire during a tour of the San Ysidro port of entry Friday, Nov. 16, 2018, in San Diego. As thousands of migrants in a caravan of Central American asylum-seekers converge on the doorstep of the United States, what they won't find are armed American soldiers standing guard.

Suspect in Mesquite puppy snatching arrested near border; 2nd man at large

Two men now face theft charges after a mastiff puppy was snatched from a back yard in Mesquite last month, authorities said. Border agents in Webb County arrested Jose Angel Rosas, 31, of Laredo on a theft charge on Oct. 31, and a second suspect, 27-year-old Antonio Salazar, remains at large, authorities say.

Houston All-Stars Pay Tribute to the Texas Tornado

The name Doug Sahm would not make any list of the Top 20 Most Famous Texas Musicians.

Cuellar questions CBP shift to California while U.S. troops...

U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-San Antonio, arrives outside federal court in Austin, Texas on Aug. 3, 2006.

Map: Caravan halfway to Tijuana - and fastest migrants are already at border

Somewhere on the trek Tuesday out of Guadalajara, the migrant caravan heading toward the U.S. border passed the halfway point. When the main part of the group reached the south end of Sinaloa state that evening, it had covered about 1,725 miles since leaving Honduras a month earlier.

U.S. Military prepare for migrant caravan on S. Texas border

Members of the U.S. Military arrive with Palletized Load Systems at the banks of the Rio Grande in Laredo on Saturday as they drop off Jersey barriers between the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge and Lincoln-Juarez International Bridge. less Members of the U.S. Military arrive with Palletized Load Systems at the banks of the Rio Grande in Laredo on Saturday as they drop off Jersey barriers between the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge ... more Members of the U.S. Military arrive in Palletized Load Systems at the banks of the Rio Grande in Laredo, TX, on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, as they drop off Jersey barriers between the Gateway to the Americas International Bridge and Lincoln-Juarez International Bridge.

CBP officers seize over $2 million in cocaine entering Laredo

LAREDO, Texas South Texas border agents recently seized over $2 million worth of cocaine after performing a secondary inspection on a truck at the World Trade Bridge. CBP reported officers inspected a 2011 Dodge stake bed and flagged it for a secondary examination.

Border crime fight gets $150K boost

McMullen County Sheriff Emmett "Bubba" Shelton shakes hands with U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar prior to the congressman departing from the sheriff's office Monday. Cuellar presented a $150,000 check to the sheriff's office to defray the cost of its participation in the Operation Stonegarden program, which is a collaboration between that agency and the U.S. Border Patrol.

Couple arrested for child endangerment

A couple is facing a slew of charges after they were found in possession of illegal narcotics with a child in the backseat. According to Laredo Police, the incident happened on Friday, November 2nd at around 10:30 a.m. near the 300 block of West Lyon Street.

Agents at Texas port of entry seize $2M in packaged cocaine

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Jerome Christenson: America. Great again?

Still, you walk. With women, children, old men sick, lame, exhausted; carried on by a desperate hope or by sheer desperation itself.

UT Chancellor James Milliken to pay first visit to UTRGV

The first visit by the new University of Texas Chancellor James Milliken to UT-Rio Grande Valley is confirmed for Wednesday and Thursday of this week, UT officials said. "We are very excited about him being here," said UTRGV President Guy Bailey.

Laredoans celebrate Halloween with cool costumes

We start off with two kids who have a friend in me. They're both dressed as Woody and Jessie from Toy Story.

If other countries can balance human rights and border security, so can the United States

A plaque on the bridge between Laredo, Texas, and Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, demarcating the border crossing. © 2017 Human Rights Watch Whatever concerns motivated thousands of Central American migrants to form a caravan to the United States in the last few weeks, their trek has undeniably become a political demonstration and media circus.

Texas Senate rivals Ted Cruz, Beto O'Rourke launch 'raids' behind enemy lines

In the final week of early voting, Texas Senate candidates Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke on Monday went after voters in each other's strongholds. Cruz, a Republican, visited the Rio Grande Valley and Laredo, chasing conservative Latinos.

San Antonio gasoline prices sink alongside oil

A tanker delivers more fuel while gas lines increase at Costco near 1604 and I10 West on September 5, 2017. A tanker delivers more fuel while gas lines increase at Costco near 1604 and I10 West on September 5, 2017.

Prince William fire chief Kevin McGee considered for next Austin, Texas fire chief

Thursday night, McGee was interviewed at a candidate meet and greet town hall in Austin, Texas, where's he's one of three finalists for that city's fire chief job. The panel discussion with city officials and residents was an opportunity where the public could meet and provide input for the candidates to include Chief Joel Baker from Atlanta, and Chief Steve Landin from Laredo, Texas.

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