Today on KTSA
Convention Center hotel deal wobbly The promise of money, but no cash on hand, did not sit well with council members. "Basically those are just words," Councilman Art Hall said. Councilman Carroll Schubert said he has seen billion-dollar businesses go bankrupt overnight.
Old promise might weigh on Sen. Hutchison Term limits were a popular Republican campaign issue in 1994, serving as a centerpiece of Newt Gingrich's Contract with America. Term limits also were one of the first agenda items dropped by Republicans once they gained control of the U.S. House.
Kelso: How low some will go to get ahead It is encouraging to see that Gov. Rick Perry has managed to unhinge his lips from U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay's behind long enough to turn against U.S. Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison.
Doubts about rebel death count in Iraq raid New details about an intense battle between insurgents and Iraqi police commandos supported by U.S. forces cast doubt on Iraqi government claims that 85 insurgents were killed at what was described as a clandestine training camp. U.S. military officials said Thursday that no bodies were found by American troops who arrived at the scene after the fighting.
Bush approval rating slips 45% the lowest of his presidency: largest drop for Bush came among men, self-described conservatives and churchgoers
Vigilante violence: Death by gossip His assailants believed Paul Cooper was a pedophile, so they beat him to death. But he was innocent.
Cops plan to lift print from finger found in Wendy's chili The mystery of how a human finger found its way into a bowl of fast-food chili has sparked a series of investigations that hope to trace the finger back from a San Jose restaurant to the hand it was detached from.
cop had nude photos of suspect He downloaded them
off her cell phone after her DWI arrest
Rich SoCal oldies want bunnies shot on sight Many residents in the Casta del Sol retirement community, frustrated for years by the abundance of rabbits gnawing on native shrubs and plants and doing their bunny business on their lawns, want to thin the ranks.
Incredibly stupid Blake jurors want apology from D.A. "I'm just disgusted," Blake jury foreman Thomas Nicholson said Thursday. "It appears to me he has no faith in the jury selection. After all, it was his people who helped choose us."