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An event to promote respect and understanding of transgender students is set for 5-8 p.m. Saturday at the Esperanza Peace Justice Center at 922 San... [Read More]
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New refugee arrivals last year from around the globe were the first to pick up school supplies, clothing and other necessities for their children being... [Read More]
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Flatbed trucks that were supposed to transport local area fire apparatus trucks to help fight the worst wildfire in California history never arrived Tuesday. [Read More]
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They're coming from half a world away in record numbers, traveling more than 8,800 miles from Bangladesh to Laredo. So, why are Bangladeshi nationals trying... [Read More]
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A report to Congress shows the official death toll in Puerto Rico from Hurricane Maria nearly a year ago could exceed 1,400 -- far higher... [Read More]
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Flatbed trucks that were supposed to transport local area fire apparatus trucks to help fight the worst wildfire in California history never arrived Tuesday. [Read More]
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"This sadly cost somebody their life," said Lynn Parker, lead instructor of the criminal justice program at Palo Alto College. [Read More]
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Another historic East Side cemetery has been vandalized, marking the third cemetery vandalized since December. Vandals hit the National Cemetery, the City Cemetery and most... [Read More]
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The old adage, "Nothing much happens in small towns," doesn't always hold true for Penitas, Texas, which boasts a population of 8,000. Penitas police Chief... [Read More]
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Texas Observer reporter Jason Buch has obtained a letter signed by 19 special agents in charge of Homeland Security Investigations, or HSI, asking Sec. Kirstjen... [Read More]
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Less than 24 hours after President Donald Trump ended family separations at the border, the Department of Justice filed a motion to allow parents and... [Read More]
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As pressure builds to end family separations at the border, the new zero tolerance policy for illegal immigration is ramping up. New arrivals are... [Read More]
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Many of the estimated 5,000 Korean-Americans in San Antonio are expected to follow tonight's historic summit between President Trump and North Korea's leader Kim Jong... [Read More]
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Nearly seven decades after 40,000 Americans were killed and 100,000 were wounded in the Korean War, a long overdue summit between the U.S. and North... [Read More]
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One of Guatemala's worst volcanic eruptions and its disastrous aftermath won't stop 12 volunteers from St. John's Lutheran Church in downtown San Antonio from their... [Read More]
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Oscar Hernandez said his ornamental iron business on Blanco Road, which has been family owned for three generations, has already seen a 30 to 35... [Read More]
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With people over 65 considered more susceptible to heat stress given their age, illnesses or medications, Meals on Wheels volunteers try to check on the... [Read More]
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U.S. Border Patrol has changed its initial explanation of what led up to the shooting death of a young female immigrant in Rio Bravo, near... [Read More]
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Dr. Jorge Zamora-Quezada is being sued for what an attorney says could be untold millions of dollars. The McAllen-based doctor with a San Antonio office... [Read More]
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Less than a week after more than 100 teachers were laid off by the San Antonio Independent School District, the district is holding a teacher... [Read More]
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