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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
They crossed the Texas-Mexico border. He's in Dallas with their baby a " she's not

A Honduran man in Dallas was separated from his family when they crossed into Texas. While he waits to be granted asylum, he's trying to figure out how to get them back.

High-profile lawyer visits migrant kids in PHX

High-profile attorney Michael Avenatti said on Thursday that he's representing five migrant children who were separated from their families and are being held in Phoenix facilities. "It's inexcusable that these children have been shipped around the nation like cargo away from their parents," he said.

US pays $400K to settle lawsuit with border agent with PTSD

The federal government has agreed to pay $400,000 to settle a lawsuit by a former U.S. Border Patrol agent who said his assignment in Texas triggered post-traumatic stress disorder from his war service. Anthony Gazvoda wanted a transfer to the U.S.-Canada border in northern Michigan, his native state, but his request was rejected.

Border congressman among highest funded by group running immigrant facilities

U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar, D-Laredo, has received $32,400 in political contributions from a company that operates immigrant detention centers - the second most of any elected official in the country this election cycle.

Cornyn: Families Should be Kept Together at the Border

'We have to keep family members together and prevent unnecessary hardship, stress, and outrage. The good news is we have it within our power to find a better way because parents who are awaiting court proceedings shouldn't have to do so separated from their children, and children shouldn't be taken from their parents and left frightened and confused about where they are and what is transpiring around them.'

Extradited from Mexico, cartel leader gets nearly 50 years

A Texas-born man who prosecutors say rose to the top ranks of a Mexican drug cartel using ruthless violence to defeat rivals and secure control of drug trafficking routes was sentenced Monday by a federal judge in Atlanta to serve nearly five decades in prison. Edgar Valdez Villarreal, known as "La Barbie" because of his light eyes and complexion, was sentenced to serve 49 years and one month and was also ordered to forfeit $192 million, which prosecutors say is a conservative estimate of the value of the cocaine Valdez was responsible for importing into the United States.

High-speed passenger train service to Valley 'possible'

A federally funded study has found that high-speed passenger train service between Oklahoma City and South Texas is "feasible" or "possible," depending on where you live.

Convention and Visitor's Bureau hosting Destination Training

If you would like to be a personal tour guide for your friends and family from out of town, there's an upcoming event just for you. Plenty of out-of-towners who have visited Laredo are always wondering what is there to do in town and what great places can I visit? The destination training is aimed at allowing residents to get familiar with the city and promote it to out-of-towners.

Border protection commissioner talks - zero tolerance,' family separations

National immigration policy has shifted significantly in recent weeks, as the Trump administration implemented a controversial "zero tolerance" policy of criminally charging and detaining more migrants who cross the border illegally, separating parents from children. So many migrants are being detained, the federal government announced plans to house children at military bases and adults at federal prisons, the largest in Victorville, Calif.

62 immigrants arrested in 2-bedroom house

Border Patrol agents, acting on a tip, arrested 62 undocumented immigrants found in a two-bedroom house in Laredo, Texas, on Tuesday. The undocumented immigrants had very limited food and water and were awaiting transportation to another location inside the United States, according to Border Patrol.

Man accused of human smuggling after dozens found in trailer

A South Texas man has been charged with human smuggling after 54 immigrants, including some children, were found in a semitrailer in San Antonio. Officials said Wednesday the federal charges were filed against 36-year-old Gerardo Javier Carreon of Laredo, Texas.

Border Patrol and Webb County Sheriff's Office foil two smuggling attempts

Over the last two days, the Laredo Sector Border Patrol along with the Webb County Sheriff's Office have foiled two alleged human smuggling attempts.

'La Barbie' Cartel Leader Sentenced to Nearly 50 Years

In this Aug. 31, 2010, file photo, Texas-born fugitive Edgar Valdez Villarreal, also known as "La Barbie," center, reacts during his presentation to the media after his arrest in Mexico City. "La Barbie," a cartel leader whose real name is Edgar Valdez Villarreal, was sentenced Monday by a federal judge in Atlanta to serve nearly five decades in prison after prosecutors said he rose to the top ranks of a Mexican drug cartel using ruthless violence to defeat rivals and secure control of drug trafficking routes.

PD: Woman breaks beer bottle on bouncer's head at TX bar

Alberto Aaron Juarez, 20, was charged with two counts of deadly conduct, criminal mischief and unlawful carrying of a weapon after allegedly firing a gun at vehicles.

Extradited from Mexico, cartel leader gets nearly 50 years

A judge in Atlanta on Monday sentenced a former Texas high school football player who rose through a bloody power struggle for control of a Mexican drug cartel to serve nearly 50 years in federal prison.

Border protection commissioner talks 'zero tolerance,'...

U.S. Customs and Border Protection Commissioner Kevin McAleenan speaks at a ceremony last month in McAllen, Texas, honoring agents who died in the line of duty. National immigration policy has shifted significantly in recent weeks, as the Trump administration implemented a controversial "zero tolerance" policy of criminally charging and detaining more migrants who cross the border illegally, separating parents from children.

A very special day for one Ferris High School graduate

Sunday was graduation for so many around the Inland Northwest. It was a very special day for one Ferris High School family as their son who has overcome so much in life graduated with his classmates.

Luis F. Rubio

Anderson says a trooper conducted a traffic stop after observing a vehicle being driven erratically on La. 108 south of I-10.

Photo courtesy of Laredo Sector Border Patrol.

On June 8, 2018, Agents assigned to the Laredo Sector Border Patrol Checkpoint on Highway 83, north of Laredo, Texas encountered a 2000 Peterbilt Semi-tractor driven by a United States Citizen. During the immigration inspection Border Patrol Agents noticed the driver's nervous posture and behavior.

Texas border patrol agents find 6 illegal immigrants trapped inside cabinets

Six illegal immigrants from Mexico were discovered Monday at the border in Laredo, Texas trapped in cabinets. Six illegal immigrants from Mexico were found Monday tightly packed inside cabinets that were being transported over the border in Laredo, Texas.

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