Bush's Texas Agency Joins Lawsuit Alleging Federal Land OverreachLand Commissioner George P. Bush and his little-known but powerful agency, Texas' General Land Office, joined a lawsuit Tuesday suing the federal government for what the suit calls an unconstitutional seizure of land.
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.
State Auditor: General Land Office Mishandled ContractsThe Texas State Auditor's Office says the General Land Office has made mistakes in handling nearly $6 million in contracts over the past few years, including vastly underestimating project costs.
George P. Bush, David Watts Vie For Texas Land Commissioner JobTwo weeks before the Texas primary Texas Land Commissioner candidate George P. Bush talks to CBS 11 News about his family, his politics and responds to critics who don't like political dynasties.
Archives Commission: Send Commander's Letter To AlamoThe State Library and Archives Commission will soon decide whether to loan the "Victory or Death" letter penned by Col. William Barret Travis to the Alamo.
Alamo Needs $1M In State Funds For RepairsThe new agency over the Alamo says the Texas shrine needs $1 million in state funds for an "extensive list" of repairs that have been put off too long.
Early Returns: A Runoff Ahead, Three Amendments Failing Seven of ten proposed amendments to the state constitution had the approval of most Texas voters in early returns, and a legislative race in Brazos County appeared to be on its way to a runoff.