1Local News / City2/5/2013 10:07Lyndon B. Johnson High School Brings Back Trophy
For the third time in five years, the cheer leading squad of the Lyndon B. Johnson High School won a national championship in a special category.2Local News / City5/2/2011 11:47+1Laredo is the fastest growing border city in the U.S.
With infrastructure projects worth $534,675,000, Laredo was confirmed as the fastest growing border city in America.3Local News / City4/29/2011 15:39New booths will be inaugurated at the bridge on May 6
With the possible presence of the National Customs Commissioner Alan Bersin, on May 6th seven new booths will be open at the World Trade Bridge4Local News / City3/15/2011 12:05Gene Garza Named Director, Field Operations for Laredo Field Office
5Local News / City3/2/2011 11:50Efforts to make it safe for light and commercial traffic on the road to San Antonio
6Local News / City2/7/2011 10:06City of Laredo Planning & Zoning Director Selman to retire
City of Laredo Planning & Zoning Director Keith Selman submitted an official letter to City Manager Carlos Villarreal on Jan. 18, 2011, announcing his intention to retire.7Local News / City2/2/2011 15:20+1El Centro de Laredo Farmers Market "George Plants a Nation"
El Centro de Laredo Farmers Market offers a copy of "Farmer George Plants a Nation," a historical account of Washington's farming practices appropriate for anyone.8Local News / City2/2/2011 15:09Mayor Salinas Urges Drivers' Patience, Stresses Safety
Cold weather fueled power outages affect city traffic lights.9Local News / City2/2/2011 14:58Laredo birding festival embraces cold weather
Laredo Birding Festival of 2011 is open to the public for the exploration of local and foreign birds.10Local News / City2/2/2011 12:07Community development sweeps through neighborhood
*Postponed until further notice* Laredo looks to enforce "Operation Clean-Up" through specific streets to help keep the city beautiful.