Posted: Aug 2, 2012 2:31 AM
Updated: Aug 2, 2012 2:31 AM
SAN ANTONIO (AP) Operations have returned to normal at San Antonio International Airport after a bomb threat forced the evacuation of the terminals. Airport spokesman Rich Johnson says no suspicious items were found yesterday in a search aided by bomb-sniffing dogs. The airport was shut down yesterday afternoon after an unidentified caller said there were three explosive packages in the parking garage.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) A Texas Air Force base training instructor has been found guilty of two charges arising from a widening sex scandal. The military jury deliberated about three hours yesterday before convicting Christopher Smith of pursuing one female trainee and fraternizing with another. Deliberations came after a day of testimony at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.
VICTORIA, Texas (AP) Authorities are working to identify two people involved in the crash that killed 15 in South Texas last month. The Victoria Advocate says an accident report released by the Texas Department of Public Safety identifies 21 people involved in the July 22nd crash. The two unidentified victims include a man who survived and a woman who was killed.
EL PASO, Texas (AP) Two former El Paso County officials have pleaded guilty to public corruption charges. Former county judge Luther Jones and ex-county commissioner Larry Medina entered their pleas in federal court yesterday. They and eight others were indicted in 2010 for steering more than $100 million in government health insurance business to Access HealthSource.