A delegation of judges from the state of Tamaulipas spent time in Laredo to meet with court officials. Judges from Mexico reached out to officials in Laredo to learn how to handle live audiences during court trials.
A new Mobility Report is recognizing TAMIU for helping its students climb the income ladder. According to the study, TAMIU students move from the bottom 40 percent of the income distribution to the top two-fifths after graduating.
If you're looking for some good food and fun this weekend, you might want to head out to Life Downs. This Saturday Crime Stoppers is holding the 22nd annual Menudo Bowl, a competition for the best menudo in town.
City leaders are gearing up for the 2017 Texas Legislative Session next week in the state capital. The legislative agenda trip will allow city leaders to meet and talk to legislators on the needs of funding for Laredo.
The Laredo International Airport will be initiating a bilingual survey for potential users of flight that would fly directly from Laredo to Mexico City. For anyone interested in being a part of the study, you can go the city of Laredo website.
Since the policy granting Cubans asylum was replaced last week, many of them have been left at the port of entry in Mexico but a group of four native Cubans, now living in Las Vegas came to Laredo to provide help.
Timothy Wilson with U.I.S.D. offered his resignation after an investigation was launched. The district will cooperate with authorities regarding the situation and they will also be reporting the allegations to the state board for educator certification.
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