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San Antonio and National News – January 17, 2019 The San Antonio City Council named Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh as the finalist for the city manager position on Wednesday night. The position became vacant when Sheryl Sculley announced in late November that she plans to retire after 13 years with the city. “Erik has advanced from budget […]

USAA donates $15 million dollars USAA has teamed up with the Coast Guard Mutual Assistance to help Coast Guard service members facing financial hardships due to the government shutdown now in day 26. Beginning January 16th any Coast Guard service member may apply for a loan up to $750 with no dependents or $1000 with […]

San Antonio News – January 15, 2019 On January 19, 1987 the Commission and the City of San Antonio held its first official Martin Luther King, Jr. March. Each year, a variety of educational, inspirational and celebratory events honor one of the nation’s most revered civil rights leaders.  The signature event, the annual Martin Luther […]

Methodist Healthcare Ministries celebrated the relocation and expansion of the Dixon Health & Wellness Center located at 4212 E. Southcross with a grand opening and dedication ceremony today. Community leaders including Bexar County Commissioner Precinct 4 Tommy Calvert advocated for the new 10 million dollar facility that replaced the defunct Southeast Baptist Hospital which had […]

Voters elected political newcomer Pete Flores to the Texas Senate on Tuesday, changing a Democratic district to Republican for the first time in 139 years. Flores defeated former state and U.S. Representative Pete Gallego for the District 19 Texas State Senate seat. Flores had support from some of the state’s most prominent politicians, including Gov. […]

Child custody laws and the lack of enforcement are issues gaining momentum in the Lone Star State as it is reported that law enforcement fails to take action when called upon to assist while interfering is considered a state felony punishable by up to two years in prison. Under Texas Penal Code 25.03, “interference with […]

Citizens Coalition Concerned about Protecting Voter Machines from Hackers Attacks on the US voting process are real. Dan Coats, the Director of National Intelligence, recently stated that “…the warning signs are there. The system is blinking. It’s why we are at a critical point today. The digital infrastructure that serves this country is literally under […]

The Texas Comptroller announced this year’s annual sales tax holiday begins Friday, August 10th and continues through midnight Sunday, August 12th. During this sales tax holiday, shoppers will not be charged state and local sales tax on school supplies, backpacks and most clothes and shoes that are priced under $100. Shoppers will be able to […]

Last night more than 150 people showed up at the San Antonio City Council Chambers to support a mandatory Paid Sick Leave ordinance for local employees. San Antonio businesses are facing a major decision to be made by the Mayor and City Council in the next several weeks regarding paid sick leave for local employees. Currently, […]

The local Occupy ICE movement, known as Camp Cicada, Tweeted from their official Twitter handle @abolishICEsatx, on Tuesday, August 7th to alert nationwide Occupy ICE protestors of police orders issued to vacate the premise the very next day, Wednesday, August 8th.  Camp Cicada, outside San Antonio’s ICE facility at 3523 Crosspoint, has grown steadily since […]


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