Wednesday, December 15 -- New page uploaded by 10 am Monday-Friday
seeks partner for Corridor
By Thursday, a piece of one of the biggest public works projects
in Texas history could be in the hands of a single private entity.
The selection of a developer for the Trans Texas Corridor section
that would parallel Interstate 35 amounts to picking a long-term
partner that will help build the 800-mile-long, 1,200-foot-wide
Corpus Christi bans restaurant smoking beginning Feb. 1
The New York
Pathologist under fire for incompetence quits Baptist Health System AmeriPath and Baptist said they would continue a precautionary, rigorous review of all cases the 55-year-old pathologist has been involved in since coming to San Antonio.
Toyota drives more jobs to S.A. Gov. Rick Perry will announce Thursday that as many as 18 suppliers of automotive parts and services will move onto the Toyota plant site here, creating at least 1,500 new jobs.
Telemarketers can't get cell numbers There's a good chance you've received an e-mail lately warning that your cell phone number will be turned over to telemarketers at the beginning of the new year. Not to worry.
Internet and cell phones may finally be on horizon for fliers Regulators plan to vote today whether to allow travelers wireless high-speed Internet access. And they plan to talk about, without a vote, whether to end the cell phone ban.
Details of Mistreatment of Prisoners in Iraq Revealed Marines conducted mock executions of juveniles, burned and tortured other detainees with electrical shocks, according to documents.
New Guard number shows lower death rate A total of 142 part-timers have died in the war, compared to 659 active-duty soldiers.
More GIs surviving battlefield injuries Quick treatment, armor credited
War funding request may hit $100 billion The Bush administration plans to ask for between $80 billion and $100 billion to fund military operations in Iraq and Afghanistan next year, rather than the $70 billion to $75 billion the White House privately told members of Congress before the election, according to Pentagon and White House officials.
Drive to Baghdad filled with tension Some people call this road, the only way from the airport to Baghdad's Green Zone, the most dangerous highway in Iraq. Lately, it has become a magnet for enormous, fiery explosions. People boast that they've traveled it and are relieved when they make it from one end to the other.