Laredo city and health officials are implementing a new restriction to slow the spread of COVID-19.
Author: Fox Staff
Laredo officials are preparing to begin their drive-through testing. The testing site is located in ‘El Metro Park & Ride’. But before you take off for a test, there are some restrictions.
Rio grande valley cities implement checkpoints to help enforce shelter at home orders. The city of Penitas will be conducting nightly checks at checkpoints to ensure that residents who are on the street are only out for essential purposes. Police in Edcouch and Palmview also have checkpoints set up all day for their residents.
Laredo police report the second homicide of the year. The victim a 16-year-old girl.
Major police activity was seen Monday night on McAllen streets.
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The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley is now an operational COVID-19 testing center.
LAREDO, Texas—The City of Laredo and Webb County have confirmed the first death in Laredo related to COVID-19.
A total of 27 people in Hidalgo County have now tested positive for the COVID-19 virus after nine new cases were confirmed, Hidalgo County Judge Richard F. Cortez said early Saturday evening.
Mercedes, Texas– The first COVID-19 Case has been confirmed according to a statement released by City Manager, Sergio Zavala.
BROWNSVILLE, Texas — According to a press release just received, the City of Brownsville reports that it has received confirmation through its COVID-19 Drive-Thru Testing Site of Two (2) Brownsville cases of COVID-19. A 38-year-old female from Brownsville and a 43-year-old male also from Brownsville have tested positive for COVID-19. These two cases are not […]
A valley school district will close all of its sites until further notice according to administrators.
Laredo health officials are addressing rumors of an alleged death related to COVID-19 through social media And other media outlets.
Cameron county officials held a press conference today to talk about additional measures to help slow the spread of COVID-19.
Cameron county sheriff Omar Lucio says his jail staff are taking the necessary precautions to make sure inmates are healthy.
UTRGV School of Medicine in partnership with UT Health RGV, will be opening two COVID-19 drive-thru testing sites.
Lyndon B Johnson High School distributed Chromebooks to students to help them continue with their education during the school closures.
Edinburg, Texas– Seven more people have tested positive for the COVID-19 virus bringing the total number of cases in Hidalgo County to 18 according to Judge Richard Cortez.