Author: Jessie Degollado

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Mark Stanush said the circumstances surrounding the death of his son's girlfriend "doesn't make any sense to me." [Read More]
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Child advocates are seeking funding and legislative support to amend the existing Baby Moses Law to include the use of Safe Haven Baby Boxes, which... [Read More]
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People and clergy of all faiths gathered Monday in Friendship Park within sight of the border fence in San Diego as part of their "Love... [Read More]
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Expanding the Center City Housing Incentive Policy beyond downtown is up for a vote at Thursday's city council meeting, despite calls by COPS/Metro Alliance to... [Read More]
Despite of the uncertainty over the fate of the North American Free Trade Agreement, the mayor of Laredo said the nation's largest inland port has... [Read More]
USCIS is now on track to complete at least 829,000 citizenship applications during the 2018 fiscal year. The agency is potentially exceeding a five-year high... [Read More]
In response to an alarming rate of young mothers dying during and after their pregnancies, the Nurse-Family Partnership now has more state funding for more... [Read More]
Thanks to financial reserves generated by the oil boom, Atascosa County Commissioners Court didn't have to use tax dollars to build its first animal control... [Read More]
A man who used to warn people to be careful while crossing the street was struck and killed by a vehicle yesterday in an increasingly... [Read More]
The South Texas chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention will host its first Spanish-language presentation about suicide prevention called Talk Saves Lives/Hablar Salva... [Read More]
When it comes to low water crossings, HALT means much more than stop. It stands for High Alert Lifesaving Technology. The warning system installed... [Read More]
A woman in San Antonio is lucky to be alive after a power line fell on top her van and ignited a fire. The incident... [Read More]
Competitors who stand opposite each other on the line of scrimmage were working side by side on Labor Day at the Guadalupe Community Center on... [Read More]
With the new school year underway, those got-to-have, trendy backpacks are going to fill up fast with books, binders and a lot more. Those overloaded... [Read More]
The reaction to "How Dare the Sun Rise: Memoirs of a War Child," which is required summer reading for TMI Episcopal students, and its author... [Read More]
A group effort between English as a second language teachers and others who teach standard subjects, such as math, science and social studies, in the... [Read More]
"Whatever comes his way, he deserves that and more, especially using a dead veteran's name. That's just disgusting. Who does that?" one of Bradley Croft's... [Read More]
The Museo del Westside, a project of the Esperanza Peace and Justice Center, is expected to open in 2019. [Read More]
Under a cooperative agreement with the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops, Catholic Charities helps refugees start over in a new... [Read More]
San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo Garcia-Siller said he is fasting and praying for the victims and for God's forgiveness in the wake of the release last... [Read More]
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