| Jun 25, 2010
TENTATIVE DALLAS COWBOYS TRAINING CAMP PRACTICE SCHEDULE (practice sessions open to the public)
San Antonio (July 24-August 6)
Saturday, July 24th 2:15 p.m.
Sunday, July 25th 9:00 a.m. and 3:15 p.m.
Monday, July 26th 2:15 p.m.
Tuesday, July 27th 9:00...
| Mar 20, 2011
| 10:00 PM
The Texas Tribune
HONDO — From Marcy G. Rothe’s hillside home, she can see oaks and grasses and a creek bed spread out, looking much the same as when her grandfather first arrived here in the 1920s. In June, she sold a conservation easement...
| Mar 22, 2011
| 7:25 PM
One of the companies hit hardest by the quake and tsunami in Japan, is Toyota. Some of the manufacturer's inventory was washed away by the waves, and auto parts suppliers in the country were shut down for days.
But local dealers are staying positive....
| Mar 24, 2011
| 4:22 PM
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The growing Hispanic population in the United States has reached a new milestone, topping 50 million, or 16.3% of the nation, officially solidifying its position as the country's second-largest group, U.S. Census Bureau officials...
| Mar 26, 2011
| 3:45 PM
Jayhawk fans support their basketball team! Fans made the trip to San Antonio to cheer on the Kansas Jayhawks as they try to make it to the Final Four! Check out how fans are celebrating KU's big win over Richmond.
| Apr 15, 2011
| 7:59 AM
SAN DIEGO -- The head of a training program at Camp Pendleton has been relieved of command as the result of a military inquiry into a fatal training accident at the base in January, military officials said Thursday.
Sgt. Wesley J. Rice, 27, of San...
| Oct 21, 2010
| 12:56 PM
Camp Pendleton is mourning the death of the fourth locally based Marine killed in combat in Afghanistan since Saturday.
Staff Sgt. Joshua J. Cullins, 28, of Simi Valley died in Helmand Province on Tuesday, the Department of Defense announced late...
| Nov 3, 2010
| 7:28 AM
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Testing done by the federal government on a San Antonio produce processing plant closed after contaminated celery was linked to four deaths came up positive for the foodborne pathogen listeria.
The Food and Drug Administration on...
| Nov 12, 2010
| 9:44 AM
It already feels as if 2011 is shaping up as a tweener ye
ar for new rides and attractions at U.S. theme parks.
Last year saw the blockbuster debuts of Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal's Islands of Adventure in Florida and the "World of...
| Nov 9, 2010
| 6:04 PM
LOS ANGELES ( KTLA) -- Union housekeepers in eight cities, including Los Angeles, filed injury complaints against Hyatt Hotels Corp accusing the corporation of over-working its hotel staff. However, Hyatt officials called the filing a 'union ploy to...
| Nov 13, 2010
Local residents who are members of the Pasadena Society of Artists are featured in an art show called the Artist Choice Exhibition at the Citibank Silver Lake Branch, 2450 Glendale Blvd., Los Angeles.
They are Robin Cohen, Francis Robin Cohen, Victor...
| Apr 18, 2011
| 7:15 AM
William A. Cook was the founder of the Cook Group. He was a pioneer in the development of live-saving, minimally invasive medical device technology. He was a successful businessman, a philanthropist at heart and above all a Hoosier.
Bill Cook died Friday...