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New Strategy for "Blue" Texas?


Democrats in Texas may have a new strategy for turning the Lone Star State "Blue": stay local. 

 

S.A. Flyers Watching Blizzard


The big blizzard may be thousdands of miles away in the Northeast--but that isn't stopping the storm from making some flyers nervous here in San Antonio. 
 

End Coming for Falling Gas Prices


The end of the line looks to be drawing near for those falling gas prices.  

 

LaHood Still Considering "Cite and Release"


Bexar County's new District Attorney's mind is still open when it comes to the idea of "cite and release."  

 

Lahood Still Considering "Cite and Release"


Bexar County's new District Attorney's mind is still open when it comes to the idea of "cite and release."  

 

Contract Talks and the Bottom Line


San Antonio's City Council will hear an update this week on the impacts of the on-going disputes with the police and fire unions on the City's bottom line.  

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New Congressman Sees the Border


A one-size fits all won't work for the country's border problems--so says new Congressman Will Hurd, who took a first-hand look for himself over the weekend.  

 

Human Trafficking Fight Goes On


Progress has been made--but plenty of help is needed in a fight that can hit so close to home.  

 
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