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Voters in Senate District 19 will once again have to Get Out and VOTE this summer. Republican candidates Pete Flores and Democratic party candidate Pete Gallego are headed to a runoff in the Texas’ Senate District 19 race. With all District 19 precincts reporting, Flores received 34 percent of the vote, Pete Gallego received 29 […]

Scientists are saying the planet is getting too hot for human life in some places. Recently, in Death Valley they experienced the hottest July in history with temperatures reaching 127 degrees. Leading climate scientist are saying some parts of the tropics and subtropics like Death Valley will become too hot to be habitable by humans. […]

City Council Passes Ordinance Requiring Shade for Pets The San Antonio City Council is making sure your pets have it made in the shade. On Thursday, the San Antonio City Council passed an ordinance mandating shade for pets at all times. Time to extend that chain and plant that tree because the ordinance calls for […]

Legal Scandal Circling County Judge’s Office Scandal is brewing at County Judge Nelson Wolff’s Office. The County Judge’s office is being accused of a bid rigging scheme to set up the Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce to get $370,000 dollars from Bexar County, without an RFP, which is illegal under state procurement law. Allegedly, […]

Yesterday, President Trump announced his nominee for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, who will replace the retiring Chief Justice Anthony Kennedy. Currently a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit, Kavanaugh also served as President George W. Bush’s Staff Secretary, and once clerked for Chief […]

The historic race for U.S. Senate against Texas Republican incumbent Ted Cruz came to the Eastside of San Antonio as the Beto for Senate Campaign hosted a Town Hall for seniors at the Claude Black Community Center, 2915 E. Commerce St. where Congressman Beto O’Rourke opened the program just after 3:00 p.m. to a full […]

The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP, is holding their 109th Annual Convention in San Antonio, Texas at the Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center, 900 E. Market St., from July 14 – 18, 2018.  The theme for this year’s convention should come as a surprise to no one: Defeat Hate – VOTE. […]

The top brass of the Texan government has made their decision on the scheduling of the election for convicted felon Carlos Uresti’s state senate seat. “Governor Greg Abbott has called a special election to fill the vacancy created by the surprise resignation this week of state senator Carlos Uresti, who was convicted of eleven counts […]

Today is Juneteenth, which marks the day in the 19th century when slaves were officially freed in the deep south. Slavery ended slowly after the 13th amendment was passed, because many former slave states did not know that it had been ratified. Thus, General Gordon Granger issued an official order that freed the slaves in […]

La Prensa de San Antonio Publisher Nina Duran announced in a Facebook post Monday, June 11th that San Antonio’s largest bilingual newspaper is shutting down. The move came days after the paper announced they were planning to cease print operations. Not to be confused with the upcoming bilingual news source, La Prensa Texas, Duran explained […]


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