George P. Bush Draws Unlikely GOP Challenger From PredecessorFormer Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson is making the unusual move of running again for his old office against his successor and fellow Republican George P. Bush.
New Battle Of The Alamo Is Brewing Over Texas Shrine RevampThe Alamo renovation in San Antonio has raised the ire of some conservatives, who worry the Battle of the Alamo will be sanitized by "political correctness."
Alamo Plaza Renovation Plan Draws ProtestersPlans to move a 60-foot monument that's been in the plaza outside the Alamo for 80 years have run into opposition.
Renovation Master Plans For The Alamo AnnouncedDetails of the $400 million plan to renovate Alamo Plaza have been formally unveiled.
Alamo Officials Ban Events From Being Held In Mission ChurchAlamo officials say ceremonies and other events no longer will be held in the mission church because of concerns with its deteriorating condition.
Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Alamo Library ItemsA group that served as guardian of the Alamo for more than a century and the Texas General Land Office reached a settlement Friday in a dispute over ownership of about 38,000 books and artifacts that had been kept at the Texas shrine.
Years Of Work, Study Ahead For Alamo OverhaulThe lead expert in the development of a long-term master plan for the Alamo says a first-rate overhaul will require years of study and fundraising.
Settlement Reached In Lawsuit Over Alamo Library ItemsUnder terms of the agreement, the Texas General Land Office drops any ownership claims to the library collection and pays $200,000 to cover legal fees of the Daughters of the Republic of Texas.
Remember This New Texas License PlateA new Alamo license plate benefiting Alamo preservation and education programs is now available.
Former Alamo Managers Say They've Overcome Texas 'Bullying'A group that served as guardian of the Alamo for more than a century says it has prevailed over the "bureaucratic bullying" of a Texas agency now that the state has acknowledged that about 38,000 books and artifacts at an Alamo library don't belong to the state.
Alamo Makeover May Reverse Ravages Of Time Centuries of rainfall and punishing Texas sunshine are slowly doing what cannon fire and barrages of Mexican bullets couldn't back in 1836 — disintegrating the Alamo.
Texas Set To Buy 3 Buildings Near Alamo Amid Revamp ProjectThe state has agreed to buy three buildings near the Alamo as part of a revamp of the historic shrine and its surrounding plaza in downtown San Antonio.