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Vet Launches Campaign for Mayor

He's far from the biggest name in the race--but that hasn't stopped an Iraq War veteran from launching his own bid to be San Antonio's Mayor.   

Counting S.A.'s Homeless

Just how many homeless people are in San Antonio? That question will be answered Thursday Night--when the "Point in Time Commitee" takes it's yearly count.   


How Much to Spend on the Big Game?

It's more than just a game--in fact, a survey says you'll spend some cash to enjoy Super Bowl Sunday.  


Ground Broken on 911 Center

Bexar County dispatchers will soon have a new home--the new regional operations call center on the city's Northside.  


LaHood Explains Decision

New Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood has made his first controversial decision--shocking many people by opting not to seek the death penalty in the case against the man accused of murdering Elmendorf Police Chief Michael Pimentel. 

Pub Safety Unions Suit Continues

The City's lawsuit against it's police and fire unions will continue--at least for now.  


Villareal, Van de Putte Officially In

Two big names are officially in the race for San Antonio Mayor.  


Good Paying Jobs--Out of High School?

San Antonio's unemployment rate is at it's lowest level in years--and local leaders are hoping to keep it that way.  

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