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Pump Prices Continue to Fall


A holiday treat at the gas pump as you hit the road for Christmas and New Year's.  

 

Chief Speaks on NYPD Murders


The murder of two New York City police officers has departments across the country on alert--and has caught the attention of San Antonio Police Chief William McManus.   

 

V.A. Sec Honors Soldier in S.A.


He was shot in the neck while serving in Afghanistan last November. More than a year later, Sergeant Steven Tessitore is thanked with a Purple Heart--and  Bronze Star.  

 

SAFD Ebola Review Complete


Are San Antonio firefighters really prepared for Ebola patients? The answer is yes--at least according to the Texas Department of State Health Services. 

 

Getting Busier at San Antonio Intl


You'll have a lot of company if you're flying out of San Antonio International Airport Friday or Saturday.  

 

Archbishop Weighs in On Dilley Center


Find some compassionate alternatives. The message from San Antonio's Archbishop on the new immigrant detention facility in Dilley. 

 

Scandal Forces Teacher Out


Some rumors about a Clark High School Science teacher turn out to be true. 

 

Missing Those Bell Ringers?


Like decorated trees and tons of lights--Salvation Army bell ringers are a common sight at Christmas. Yet, many of us are noticing fewer of them this year.   

 
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