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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.  

 

7 Pups Dumped in the Rain


Who would dump seven puppies crammed in to a box on a rain-soaked night? 

 

Full Employment in S.A.


Help Wanted? If you're looking to add workers, that's a task that might be real tough in the San Antonio area right now.  
 

Pastor Opens Up About Ebola


A "terrible privledge." That's how a pastor from Dallas describes his congregation's brush with Ebola last year.  

 

Urban Waters Project Celebrated


It's official--the San Antonio Basin is a part of the Urban Waters Project. 

 

Pub Returning to St. Mary's


Saint Mary's University will once again have a pub--on campus.  

 
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