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Councilman Jorge Vera indicted

Updated: 5:10 PM - A grand jury has formally charged Laredo City Council member Jorge Vera after his arrest on August 1.

Mayor takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

Posted: 3:47 PM - Mayor Salinas got a bucket of ice water dumped on his head. In fact, $300 was raised to donate to the ALS foundation for the mayor to experience this cool sensation.

LPD investigating 12th homicide of 2014

Updated: 5:10 PM - Police say they're looking into how a man died after a party on the 900 block of Rosales Court, near the intersection of McPherson Road and Calle Del Norte.

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Big Changes in Store in Bruni

Updated: 08/20/2014 - The Bruni Badgers have been one of the most successful teams in south Texas over the past few seasons. Their district titles and trips to the playoffs has made the Badgers a team to beat. But with a whole new coaching staff, can Bruni continue their success? KGNS sports reporter Valerie Bragg gives us a look at the badgers.

Strawn Dominates Air Hogs

Posted: 08/20/2014 - The Lemurs were trying to bounce back after having their ten game winning streak snapped last night at the hands of Grand Prairie. They do just that beating the air hogs 6-0 behind another stellar performance from Jeremy Strawn.

LCC Introduces Interim Coach

Posted: 08/20/2014 - Laredo Community College's volleyball program was left scrambling for a new head coach after Binny Canales left the team in July, but now they have found their woman.

Toros See Good Things Ahead

Posted: 08/19/2014 - As we continue to look in at high school football practices around the area, today we go to Cigarroa, where head coach Jesse Esparza is in his third season at the helm of the Toros.

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Texas lawyer arrested in Corpus Christi

Updated: 5:19 PM - Paul Andrews, who practices law in Corpus Christi and San Antonio is already facing a charge of felony barratry, or illegally soliciting clients.

New treatments for autism?

Updated: 5:35 PM - A drug that restores normal synapse function was able to improve symptoms in mice, even after they started showing autistic-like behaviors.

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