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School Zone Safety Concerns


Just how safe is it for your kids to walk to school? A San Antonio City Councilman has lots of questions, and he wants answers. 

 

Contract Debate and Satisfaction Survey


Could the latest jab in the back and forth between the City of San Antonio and it's police and fire unions be found in the results of a survey asking how satisfied you are with the services you're getting? 

 

Honesty Study Results In


You can count San Antonio as the Lone Star State's most honest city. 

 

New GOP Caucus in Bexar County


Could San Antonio be on the front lines of what might be an evolution of the Republican Party? 

 

Half Century of War on Poverty


Fifty years to the day after President Lyndon Johnson signed "War on Poverty" legislation, many are asking if that fight is actually being won. 

 

Perry Turns Himself In


A set of fingerprints and a mug shot haven't taken the fight out of Governor Rick Perry following his indictment on corruption charges.