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Honesty Study Results In

You can count San Antonio as the Lone Star State's most honest city. 


New GOP Caucus in Bexar County

Could San Antonio be on the front lines of what might be an evolution of the Republican Party? 


Half Century of War on Poverty

Fifty years to the day after President Lyndon Johnson signed "War on Poverty" legislation, many are asking if that fight is actually being won. 


Perry Turns Himself In

A set of fingerprints and a mug shot haven't taken the fight out of Governor Rick Perry following his indictment on corruption charges. 


Evangelicals Losing GOP Home?

Is the Republican Party losing sight of it's core values--thanks to an influx of Libertarians? 


Impact of Guard to Border?

It's touched a nerve--but a leading expert on Mexico said the deployment of National Guard troops to the border likely will have little impact on Mexico's relationship with Texas and the United States. 

Fatal Mobile Home Fire

A man is dead following a fire inside a mobile home on the southeast side. 

Corbett Distances Himself from Perry

Call it the first of the political fallout from Governor Rick Perry's indictment. It seems Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett no longer wants Perry's help in winning himself another term in office in the Keystone State.  

JR POLL: DRUNK, WITH POWER-- Does the mugshot mean no White House for Rick Perry?
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