Jose Jatib was just a boy when his family fled Cuba. In that country he says he would have been forced to serve in the military. But in the United States, Jatib jumped at the chance to be in the Air Force.
This month on South Texas Heroes, we're saying to thank you to the heroes who bring awareness to breast cancer and provide hope and support to those fighting the disease. Dr. Mohsen G. Mahani works with the cancer center at Laredo Medical Center.
This month on South Texas Heroes we're saying to thank you to the heroes who bring awareness to breast cancer issues and provide hope and support to those fighting the disease. In this story we meeting the artist who created the latest work added to the Angel of Hope collection in the cancer center at Laredo Medical Center.
One 30-year Army veteran from Laredo wants pass his knowledge of the military on to younger Americans. He's gone as far as writing a book about his experiences in hopes of inspiring new soldiers and helping Americans remember the sacrifices made.
South Texas Heroes shines a light on the amazing things people have done in this community, many times saving people's lives. Now we're showing just a couple of the people we've introduced you to over the past year.
You don't know where that's been! It's something grown-ups always told us as kids and it's a phrase to live by as we head into the cold and flu season. But we wanted to take it a step further and see just how dirty the things we touch every day really are.
He is one of the most well known investigators in Laredo, so much so that the new crime lab for the Texas Department of Public Safety was actually named after him. But O.J. Hale also served his country in the military.
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