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Local Activists Pressing Castro

He hasn't left for Washington yet--but already, immigrant activists are putting heat on Julian Castro. 


National Guard to the Border

One-thousand National Guard troops will head toward the border in the Rio Grande Valley amid the continuing crisis that has seen Central American children cross in to Texas through Mexico by the thousand. 


More Water Flowing in to S.A.

Billions of gallons of water will be flowing in to San Antonio from the northeast. 


Poll Weighs Voters and Streetcar Plans

Will the Downtown streetcar debate define the race for Bexar County Judge?  


Debate Rages One Year After HB 2

It's been a year since tighter restrictions on abortions were enacted in Texas--and the debate over the new law continues. 


Morning Storms Leave Mark

A cleanup begins in parts of San Antonio after severe storms swept through early Friday Morning, with at least one fire--and a partial building collapse blamed on the weather. 


Big June for Local Housing Mkt

If you're thinking of selling--another strong month of sales in  San Antonio just might be enough to convince you to put your house on the market. 

Two Possible Local Chikungunya Cases

A second possible Bexar County case of a virus that is spread by mosquitoes in the Caribbean is getting a close look. 

JR POLL: 1,000 GUARDSMEN-- Is Perry's border move right, wrong, or too little too late?
  Too little too late
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