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BK Plan Divides TX Lawmakers

They shouldn't have it their way--just waht one San Antonio Congressman has to say about the planned Burger King-Tom Hortons merger--complete with a new corporate headquarters in Canada. 


Student Debt Payments Coming Due

You keep hearing how much better the economy is--and how many more jobs there are today--yet many recent grads who are finding those first student loan payments are due are suffering from a severe case of sticker shock. 


Chief's Murder Points to Disturbing Trend

The shocking murder of Elmendorf Police Chief Michael Pimentel is just the latest sign in what has been a disturbing trend for those who serve and protect. 


Earthquake's Impact on Your Wine?

Could the magnitude 6.0 earthquake that rocked California's Napa Valley over the weekend have an impact on wineries in Texas? As the California industry scrambles to assess the damage to a $13 billion economic engine, their counterparts in Texas see what might be an opportunity. 


Back to School in S.A.

Those bells are ringing--with public schools across San Antonio back in session at the start of another school year. 


More Attacks in Iraq?

The biggest security threat facing America since the September 11th Attacks--that's just what one Texas Congressman sees in the extremists who beheaded American jounralist James Foley. 


Neighbors Blast Sidewalk Work

The push to build more sidewalks in San Antonio runs in to a roadblock in one neighborhood, where some people wanted more of a chance to weigh in on the plan. 


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. 

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