UN Says People Disappearing In Northern Mexico Border CityThe office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights called on the Mexican government to "take urgent measures to stop the wave of forced disappearances in Nuevo Laredo."
Laredo Border Patrol Agents Seize More Than 1 Ton Of MarijuanaAgents intercepted three narcotic smuggling attempts resulting in the seizure of more than 2,400 pounds of marijuana in and around Laredo.
2 Killed When Small Plane Crashes At South Texas AirportTwo people have died in the wreckage of a small plane that crashed at Laredo International Airport in South Texas after the pilot reported smoke coming from an engine.
Ex-Texas Border Patrol Agent Gets 11 Years In Child Sex CaseAn ex-Border Patrol agent in South Texas who was caught in a law enforcement sting must serve 11 years in prison for trying to arrange sexual encounters with two girls.
Smugglers Offer Crammed Big Rigs As 'VIP Treatment' To U.S.Smugglers have found a durable business model carrying large groups of people — often in big rigs — through an elaborate network of foot guides, safe house operators and drivers.
Boy Dies After Stepping Into Puddle With Downed Power LineA 14-year-old boy died from electrocution after stepping into a puddle containing a downed power line during a storm that brought heavy rain, hail and strong winds to Laredo.
Texas Officer Found Dead At Law Enforcement Shooting RangeAuthorities in Texas are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a police officer whose body was found at a shooting range used by law enforcement personnel.
Produce, Auto Parts, Electronics: How Mexico Tariff Could Cost ConsumersThe economic impact of President Trump’s executive order to build a U.S./Mexico border wall is already being felt in Laredo.
Suspect In 1983 Austin Slaying Surrenders At BorderA former University of Texas student from Mexico sought in the 1983 slaying of an Austin cleaning woman surrendered to U.S authorities at the Laredo border crossing to Mexico.
Bus That Crashed, Killing 8, Had Seatbelts Only In First RowThe OGA Charters bus crashed Saturday north of Laredo in rainy conditions. It was en route to a casino in Eagle Pass, about 125 miles northwest of Laredo.
Local, Federal Authorities Investigate Fatal South Texas Bus CrashFederal investigators and local authorities are working to determine what caused a charter bus to crash in far South Texas, killing eight people and injuring 44 others in a one-vehicle rollover.
Bus Company In Texas Crash Faced Problems BeforeThe small Texas bus company involved in a rollover crash that killed eight people and injured 44 others had twice been ordered by Louisiana state inspectors in 2015 to take one of its buses off of the road.