PAUL J. WEBER, Associated Press
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton claims that his felony indictment on securities fraud charges this summer was bungled by grand jury leaks and a flawed investigation and has asked a judge to throw out the case.
Por JILL COLVIN, Associated Press
NEWARK, New Jersey, EE.UU. (AP) — Donald Trump acaba de sacar un nuevo libro que se lee como un manifiesto de campaña, donde destaca historias de éxito pero ofrece pocos detalles sobre cómo implementar sus objetivos políticos como presidente.
Por SERGIO BUSTOS, Associated Press
JACKSONVILLE, Florida, EE.UU. (AP) — Jeb Bush pondrá a prueba el martes su nuevo eslogan "Jeb puede arreglarlo" en una gira de campaña por South Carolina y New Hampshire, donde se presentará como el único republicano que puede solucionar lo que está mal en Washington.
Por COLLIN BINKLEY, Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) — Moshe Kai Cavalin tiene dos títulos universitarios, pero es demasiado joven para votar. Pilota aviones, pero es demasiado joven para conducir un coche solo.
HOUSTON (AP) — A 27-year-old Houston man has been convicted in a 2013 shooting rampage at an apartment that left three people dead.
Johnathan Sanchez was convicted Tuesday of capital murder. The penalty phase begins Wednesday as Harris County prosecutors seek execution for Sanchez.
The November 2013 gunfire killed 21-year-old Yosselyn Alfaro, 17-year-olds Veronica Hernandez and Daniel Munoz.
Two other people in the apartment were wounded but survived, including one who identified Sanchez. He was arrested a few days later.
Investigators have said Sanchez was a gang member who threatened people he knew at the Peppermill Place Apartments, about 25 miles northwest of downtown Houston. Prosecutors say Sanchez was taking hallucinogenic drugs in the days before the attack.
SAN MARCOS, Texas (AP) — The owners of a pit bull who disappeared during flooding in Texas in May are puzzled as to how the animal ended up more than 2,000 miles away in northern California.
Eddie Hurtado says Thor ran away after his family evacuated their San Marcos home that was overwhelmed by the swelling Blanco River during storms over Memorial Day weekend.
Police found Thor wandering in Crescent City, California, in September and took him to the Del Norte County Animal Shelter, where workers used the microchip to identify him.
Hurtado says he doesn't know how Thor got to California.
Hurtado says he can't afford the estimated $1,500 to ship the dog home. A California trucker has volunteered to drive Thor back to San Marcos, 30 miles south of Austin.