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Latest Pipeline Delay Frustrates Local Lawmakers


The bright spotlight that has been shining in San Antonio this week on the Eagle Ford Shale isn't easing the frustration felt by local lawmakers over the latest delay for the Keystone XL Pipeline. 

 

Postal Workers Set to Rally


A sign of things to come? An expansion of a partnership between the U.S. Postal Service and Staples has drawn the ire of postal workers--with a number of rallies planned around the country Thursday, including one in San Antonio. 

 

Schools Braced on Threatened Day of Violence


The Northside Independent School District's "Controlled Access Plan" has been activated for thids day of threatened violence at an unnamed San Antonio elementary school.

 

Kids and the School Threat


Listen to your kids--the advice from experts amid the threat this week aimed at an unnamed elementary school in San Antonio--who say the time to be reassuring is now. 
 

More Immigration Debate Over Deportation Plan


A talked about change in deportation policy could lead to yet more debate when it comes to immigration reform.  

 

Firefighters Weigh in on Streetcars


Add San Antonio Firefighters to those voicing concern over plans for streetcars in Downtown San Antonio. 
 

Van de Putte's Campaign Drawing Lots of Attention


Is State Senator Leticia Van de Putte the best hope for Texas Democrats to win a statewide office? 

 

Big Drop in SA Jobless Rate


Some very positive signs in the jobs picture--both in San Antonio--and across the State of Texas. 

 
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