Thursday May 16
Mexico Aims to Triple Natural Gas Ima
The construction of a natural gas pipeline from southern Texas to central Mexico will allow for a tripling of imports from the U.S. to meet increasing demand from industry, an official from Petroleos Mexicanos has said.
Mexico's Pemex opens contract bids for Ramones gas pipeline project
Mexico's state oil and gas monopoly Pemex announced a call for bids Monday on the second phase of the country's flagship cross-border Ramones natural gas pipeline project.
The Austin Chronicle
The Pachang n Begins
Our coverage of the Pachanga Latino Music Festival in this week's paper centers around Saturday's 21-act bill, but the six-year-old festival offers a veritable feast of ways in which you can get down with this weekend's fiesta.
Car Chase in Texas Leads to 800 lbs of Pot and Driver Swimming to Mexico
In another incredible 'Extreme Trafficking' incident a car chase led to a large drug seizure with the alleged narco-trafficker swimming to Mexico.
Consulate Meeting in Progreso
Who: U.S. citizens What: Town Hall Meeting When: Wednesday, May 22, 2013, 1:30pm Where: PROGRESO Crew Club, at the start of the pier.
Cornyn Wants 'Right Balance' in Immigration Talks
The U.S. must strike the "right balance" between public safety and cross-border commerce at ports of entry along the U.S.-Mexico border, Sen.
Christian Science Monitor
Obama in Mexico: Little talk of human rights
US President Barack Obama shakes hands with his Mexican counterpart Enrique PeA a Nieto after a joint news conference at the National Palace in Mexico City Thursday.
CBP seize nearly $1 million in narcotics
A Mexican man and a Tucson woman were arrested this weekend in two separate but related attempts to smuggle nearly $1 million in meth and heroin in the United States.