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Border Militia Threatens to Sue Feds


A he said/he said difference of opinion is forming--in the aftermath of U.S. Border Patrol agents firing on armed militia members near Brownsville late last week. 

 

23rd's Campaign Begins


You may have already seen the first shot in what will be one of Congress' most bitterly contested races this fall. 

 

Castro Matriarch Looks Ahead


In a mother's own words--a one-time San Antonio community activist finds hope for tomorrow in the accomplishments of her two sons. 

 

More Flights at SA Intl


Getting from here to there will soon get easier--if here is San Antonio--and there is New Orleans.  

 

Gallego Makes Case for Army in S.A.


Is there a weakness in San Antonio's military armor? One local Congressman is leading the charge to protect the City's Army bases from another potential round of cuts at the Pentagon.  

 

Perry vs Cruz?


Could it really happen? An all Texas showdown inthe fight for the Republican Presidential Nomination. 

 

Concussions and Your Kids


Another lawsuit over concussions in sports--with professional soccer landing in the spotlight this time. That raises the question of just how safe your kids might be when they're on the pitch. 

 

Beer Means Jobs in Texas


Thinking about casting your resume in the beer barrel? You just might come up with more than suds. 

 
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