One dissenting judge said the decision guarantees the media “will only be able to report information the government chooses to share.”
Laredo Health Authority Victor Treviño's regional vaccination program has helped innoculate more than 60,000 Mexican residents.
Twenty-year-old Laredoan David Lee Espinoza was born months before the war began.
Jovita Idár, born in Laredo in 1885, has only recently begun to gain proper recognition as a pivotal figure in Texas and transborder history.
A border wall is headed for Laredo—unless opponents can run out the clock.
How Henry Cuellar rose to power—and how he intends to stay there.
“It's more like what you might see, perhaps, in China or Russia,” says Ashley Tabaddor, president of the National Association of Immigration Judges.
Normally, the press can observe immigration court proceedings. But journalists are being turned away from the first asylum hearings in Laredo under the Migrant Protection Protocols.
It’s also kind of working.
Performing patriotism in Laredo while Trump’s wall looms.