Thursday, July 24, 2014

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It's been one year since Governor Rick Perry signed into law some of the nation's strictest abortion regulations and now a new study by the Texas Policy Evaluation Project shows some of the effects. Our LeAnn Wallace explains.

07/23/2014 06:26 PM

Balcones Heights Council will not Reinstate Fired Police Chief

The Balcones Heights City Council voted to not reinstate ousted Police Chief Henry Dominguez. The former chief was fired last month after officers accused him of ignoring warnings about police officer Julian Pesina. According to the San Antonio Express-News, they thought Pesina's tattoos showed ties to the Texas Mexican Mafia. Pesina was later killed in what looked to be a gang-style hit.

10:00 AM

Construction Delays Reopening of Alamo Street Bridge

Patience is a virtue. That rings especially true for residents and businesses anticipating the reopening of the South Alamo Street bridge. Our John Salazar spoke to neighbors who are frustrated with the project that's keeping the bridge closed.

07/23/2014 06:14 PM

Oldest Female WWII Vet Travels to DC

The oldest living World War II veteran, 108-year-old San Antonio resident Lucy Coffey, will visit D.C. on Friday and will take a private tour of the White House.

8:13 AM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

TWC News Summer Selfie Campaign

TWC News wants to see how you are enjoying the summer months. Tweet, Facebook or e-mail your selfies to us all season long.

06/01/2014 03:19 PM

Lifestyles

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SAN ANTONIO

6 Treated for Black Ant Bites on Guadalupe River

The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung reports Canyon Lake Fire-EMS received six calls from people on the Guadalupe River over the weekend who needed treatment for black ant bites. 8:03 AM

SAN ANTONIO

Honoring a Century-Old Firehouse

Fire and city officials spoke at a public ceremony to honor Fire Station Number 10's 100 years of service in San Antonio. 07/23/2014 06:19 PM

SAN ANTONIO

Now Mayor of San Antonio, Ivy Taylor Talks Priorities

San Antonio made history Tuesday when the City Council selected Councilwoman Ivy Taylor as the interim mayor. Our John Salazar was there to witness the swearing in of the city's first African-American mayor. 07/22/2014 05:42 PM

SAN ANTONIO

Health Officials Talk Border Crisis in Washington DC

A group of Texas doctors who work along the U.S.-Mexico border were in Washington D.C. Wednesday, looking to find ways to improve health care in the region and address the unique needs of immigrant children. Our Geoff Bennett was there and has details. 07/23/2014 05:14 PM

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