Summit to discuss water resources and flooding

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The San Antonio Water System, Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority and Texas Commission on Environmental Quality will participate.

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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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Officials concerned with growing number of unvaccinated children

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In the last 13 years, Texas went from just under 2,300 conscientious exemptions to over 44,000.

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State Health Services fails to apply for life-saving drug

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The Texas Department of State Health Services also may have been trying to hide government records.

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Holiday spending expected to increase almost 4 percent

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WalletHub has compiled a city-by-city report, including San Antonio, that shows average holiday budgets.

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Flood-control project along Huebner Creek now complete

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The job is part of Bexar County's 10-year, $500 million Flood Control Project.

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Texas voters help Donald Trump become 45th President

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But in San Antonio, voters went against the statewide grain, giving Hillary Clinton 57 percent of the vote.

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Diabetes rate in San Antonio is double national average

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Metro Health officials say one out of seven adults living here have been diagnosed with diabetes.

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Affordable Care Act enrollment begins today

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Recent reports of a 25-percent price hike has many concerned, but health officials say many consumers qualify for tax credits.

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WalletHub ranks Texas as third least politically engaged state

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They base their report on numbers that show Texas ranks low on the numbers of voters who were engaged in past elections.

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Local school ballots include bonds and a tax ratification

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The San Antonio ISD and Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD both placed referendums in front of voters.

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Board set to vote on controversial Vista Ridge pipeline

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The San Antonio Water System is preparing to declare a financial close to the controversial Vista Ridge pipeline project.

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Find out which election poll sites have the shortest wait times

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The San Antonio Express-News printed a list of the 10 poll sites with the shortest wait times.

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SAWS final public meeting held for budget rate adjustments

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Four previous meetings had been held by SAWS to inform the public of proposed rates for 2017 and beyond.

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