Friday Dec 6
Recent Tech law school grad challenges county judge's seat
Austin Carrizales could likely run unopposed in the upcoming spring primary and then face Republican incumbent Tom Head in the general election.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
El Paso Times
El Paso City Council today to consider hike in bridge tolls
Security guard Juan Serna watches cars go through the toll booth at the Stanton Street Bridge Monday.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
TX: Metro McAllen Will Take Another Crack at Electric Bus Project
McAllen's long-delayed electric bus project limped forward Monday, when the City Commission authorized negotiations with a technology startup spawned by Utah State University.
Off the Kuff
More on LVdP for Lite Guv
With the addition of San Antonio Sen. Leticia Van de Putte, attorney Sam Houston and party activist Steve Brown last week, the Democratic slate offers a vivid contrast to the Republican ticket, both in demographics and politics.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Burnt Orange Report
BOR Elections Weekly Round Up, Nov. 18 - 24: Democrats Lead in Challenger Recruitment
The Health Insurance Marketplace is Open! If you need health insurance or just want to explore your options, head on over to healthcare.gov .
Thu Nov 21, 2013
Two Texas Congressmen Are Pushing to Strip the Feds of the Power to Regulate Fracking
According to the natural gas industry, states are doing a really, really great job of keeping a tough eye on the natural gas industry.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
House votes to block federal fracking rules
The House passed legislation Wednesday evening that would block the Department of the Interior from regulating hydraulic fracturing - or "fracking" - in states that already have their own regulations in place.
Tue Nov 19, 2013
White House Threatens Veto of Two GOP Energy Bills
President Barack Obama is threatening to veto a bill that would restrict the Interior Department's regulation of hydraulic fracturing and a bill that would force the administration to accelerate approvals for oil-and-gas drilling.
Thu Nov 14, 2013
Texas delegation stands divided on president's ACA repair job
Texas Republican lawmakers dismissed President Obama's announcement of an administrative fix for the Affordable Care Act as too little too late, calling for the president to cease his efforts and just let the health care law die.
Wed Nov 13, 2013
Representative Henry Cuellar on the Affordable Care Act
Representative Henry Cuellar talked about the Obama administration's handling of the Affordable Care Act's Healthcare.gov Web site, and responded to telephone calls and electronic communications.He also ..
Mon Nov 11, 2013
KSAT-TV San Antonio
High-speed rail possible between San Antonio, Mexico
The idea of a high-speed rail line possibly connecting San Antonio and Laredo with Monterrey, Mexico, is generating excitement on both sides of the border, according to Rep. Henry Cuellar.