Romo to run for Texas Senate
Former Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector Sylvia Romo says she will run for the vacant Texas Senate District 26 seat.
Trump 'seriously considering' 2016 bid
Once again, Donald Trump claims he's flirting with a run for the White House.
Proposed bill would reduce punishment for pot possession
Overcrowded jails and prioritizing violent crimes are just a couple of the arguments in favor of minimizing the penalty for people caught with small amounts of marijuana.
Gov.-elect Abbott discusses legislative priorities with area leaders
Gov.-elect Greg Abbott was in San Antonio Monday discussing his legislative priorities with area leaders.
New York bans cosmetic pet tattoos, piercings
Body art is not for animals, at least not in New York.
Gov. Perry sets special election date to fill vacated seats
Texas Gov. Rick Perry has set a Jan. 6 special election date to fill three vacated legislative seats.
South Texas family lockup will be nation's largest
A former camp for oil field workers in rural South Texas is becoming a new family detention center amid the recent influx of women and children crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
Cheney has no regrets: 'I would do it again in a minute'
A defiant former Vice President Dick Cheney doubled-down on his defense of the extreme interrogation techniques used by the CIA on detainees in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on Sunday, saying, "I would do it again in a minute."
Jeb Bush email release stokes 2016 talk
Former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush said on Sunday he will release 250,000 emails from his two terms in office and write an eBook outlining his governing philosophy.
Equality Texas: Latest gay marriage ruling 'not surprising'
The same federal judge who ruled last February the Texas ban on gay marriage is unconstitutional now has said couples must wait for an appeals court ruling expected sometime next year.
Union’s outrage over telephone polling grows
Outrage over a controversial telephone poll being conducted in San Antonio grew over the weekend when a newspaper report tied City Manager Sheryl Sculley and San Antonio Chamber of Commerce President Richard Perez to the poll.