San Antonio's top elementary schools earn high scores

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The latest report card from the Public Data Ranking Data company, Niche, shows most of San Antonio’s top elementary schools are earning high scores.

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Volunteers needed for this weekend's Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon

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Twenty-five thousand people are registered to run but it takes about 3,000 volunteers to make sure it runs right.

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State Bar declines to sanction Paxton over same-sex marriage opinion

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The Texas Tribune reports the State Bar says the action is not a sign of "professional misconduct."

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UT Austin professors attempt to block campus carry law

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A lawsuit has been filed by three University of Texas professors in an attempt to block the state’s campus carry law.

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More people move to Texas than any other state in U.S.

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The Texas Tribune reports Texas grew by an average of 345 people per day due to people moving here from other states.

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MLK March, films and symposiums promote harmony

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Martin Luther King Jr. March, one of nation's largest, is set for Jan. 18. DreamWeek events lead up to march.

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San Antonio residents find it tough to kick bad habits

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When it comes to top cities for active lifestyles, San Antonio comes nowhere near the top.

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Austin, College Station among top cities for college students

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Study, which looks at academic, social and economic growth potential, ranks San Antonio in top third.

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City Celebrates Missions World Heritage Site This Weekend

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This weekend, San Antonio officially celebrates the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park and the Alamo as the 23rd World Heritage site.

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