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Official: Keep Schools Open Despite Ebola Scare

The Texas health commissioner says concerns over the spread of Ebola should not result in schools closing or the cancellation of school events. The Belton school district temporarily closed three of its campuses last week after a family of four, including two students, traveled on the same flight as one of the two nurses diagnosed with the virus. 2:54 PM

This weekend's 2014 San Antonio Beer Festival has organizers toasting to the success of the annual event. Our John Salazar joined the festivities where beer-drinking proceeds helped fill the cup for the SA Food Bank.

1:19 PM

Dozens of motorcyclists crossed south Central Texas for the first annual Heidi Ride/BBQ Fest, benefiting the Heidi Search Center. The center raises money to help families that have had a loved one go missing.

11:38 AM

Sisters Looking for Family to Share Laughs With

Living in foster care can be frightening for young children who don’t have a stable home and parents to count on for good. Our Jennifer Borget introduces us to Emily and Annelesse-- young sisters in need of fun parents who can keep up with their sparkly personalities.

12:24 PM

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Kids Celebrate International Archaeology Day

The third Saturday in October is International Archaeology Day, and at Mission San Antonio, they observed the day with dozens of ways kids could experience the excitement of discovery. 12:03 PM

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Justices Allow Texas Use of New Voter ID Law

A majority of the nation's highest court on Saturday rejected an emergency request from the Justice Department and civil rights groups to prohibit the state from requiring voters to produce certain forms of photo identification in order to cast ballots. 10/18/2014 10:23 AM

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Local Liberians Raising Awareness for Ebola Cause

As fears and concerns over Ebola continue to spread, locals from West African communities living in Austin are working to raise awareness. From preventing stereotypes to giving back to help those overseas, our Alese Underwood shows us how they are working to make their voices heard. Updated 10/18/2014 03:16 PM

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