Posted: Oct 25, 2012 5:34 AM
Updated: Oct 25, 2012 5:35 AM
EL PASO, Texas (AP) The U.S. is returning more than 4,000 architectural artifacts to Mexico that have been seized from across the country. The cache mostly dates from before the landings of European explorers on the North American continent.
SAN ANTONIO (AP) Former President Bill Clinton will be heading to San Antonio today to campaign for congressional hopefully Pete Gallego who's locked in one of the closes House races in the country. The longtime state lawmaker is trying to take the sprawling 23rd Congressional District from Republican Congressman Francisco Canseco, who narrowly won the seat in 2010.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) The Texas Public Utility Commission will likely vote today to double the cap on wholesale electricity prices in hopes of convincing generators to build more power plants. Officials say raising the price is necessary to encourage more plant construction and ensure there's enough power during peak periods.
HUNTSVILLE, Texas (AP) A convicted murdered was executed last night in Huntsville for strangling and stabbing a suburban Dallas woman at her apartment 21 years ago. Bobby Lee Hines' execution was the 11th in the state so far this year.