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CSCOPE lesson plans to end
The state's Regional Service Centers will no longer issue lesson plans for an online curriculum system that has been criticized for being anti-American, legislators announced in a news conference Monday.
Wed May 15, 2013
More rain, hail possible Tuesday, Wednesday
More rain, hail and thunderstorms could hit Bexar County late Tuesday and into early Wednesday morning, according to the National Weather Service .
Food stamp program's use is seen lagging
As Congress this week considers possible changes to the nation's food stamp program, an advocacy group released a report that estimates only two-thirds of Texas residents who were eligible for food stamps received them in 2011 - costing the state more than $3 billion in unused federal aid.
Tue May 14, 2013
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Wildfires have broken out in a North Texas community devastated by 2011 blazes that destroyed about 200 homes.
Counseling, chaplaincy to follow misbehavior
Sheriff Susan Pamerleau's office saw the arrests of two staffers and a fight between two others over four days.
Mon May 13, 2013
Jail fight between two detentions officers sends one to the hospital
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office says investigators are trying to determine what sparked Sunday's incident at the jail in San Antonio.
Man killed in hit-and-run crash
A man critically injured in a Northwest Side hit-and-run crash who later died at the hospital was identified as Sergio Manzanilla , 31, according to the Bexar County medical examiner's office.
Sun May 12, 2013
Needle exchange programs are needed in Texas
For the last several sessions of the Texas Legislature, Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon has tried to pass legislation allowing the establishment of needle-exchange programs.
Family plan cancellations derail dreams of thousands
For years, Darlene Dominguez , 33, got her birth control pills, Pap smears and breast cancer exams at a Planned Parenthood clinic in downtown San Antonio.
Sat May 11, 2013
Nirenberg-Briones runoff set
The bruising race for the City Council's only open seat didn't end with balloting Saturday - District 8 contenders Ron Nirenberg and Rolando Briones are headed into a runoff next month.
Weather displaces three families, sends man to hospital
Stormy weather in Southwest Bexar County led to a man's hospitalization and left three families in need of housing assistance from the Red Cross , according to officials.
Storm moves through Bexar County
The National Weather Service said today that a storm that passed through the area has largely moved on, leaving much of San Antonio unscathed.
Cisneros wins award from Mexico
Henry Cisneros laughs as he tells a story between being interviewed and videotaped for an upcoming award a San Antonio resident will be receiving, at CityView on Wednesday, June 6, 2012.
Fri May 10, 2013
Voting day arrives for city, school and special elections
Voters go to the polls Saturday to decide a full slate of San Antonio City Council races, suburban council contests and numerous school district elections, including two bond issues.
Smuggler pleads guilty for holding immigrants hostage
A 22-year-old man has pleaded guilty to a federal smuggling charge for holding two unauthorized immigrants hostage at a stash house on the South Side.
Woman partially ejected in rollover crash
Two women were injured in rollover crash in Southeast Bexar County Friday morning.
Thu May 09, 2013
Rains expected tonight, Friday, Saturday
Two bands of storms are expected to move through San Antonio over the next 24 hours - the first around 11:30 p.m. Thursday and the next Friday afternoon.
Child-porn suspect indicted after being caught in act
A federal grand jury has indicted a San Antonio man on charges related to child pornography, and he pleaded not guilty on Thursday.
Funding shake-up could impact VIA
The group that decides how to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to improve the area's transportation is going through a big shake-up that VIA says could impact its funding.
Vote on Saturday
If you plan on voting for San Antonio's mayor or a city council seat, Saturday is your chance.