Study says Texas ranks among top states for racial progress

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Marketing firm WalletHub reports black Texans have made significant progress over the past half-century.

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Texas fetal remains burial rule delayed again

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The rule would require fetal tissue remains to be buried or cremated.

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Witte Museum expansion near completion

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Museum officials say they’re looking forward to opening the doors of the new facility on March 4.

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New herbicides could wipe out Texas Wine Industry

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The herbicides causes leaves to shrivel and suffer from strapping - interrupting wine grape productivity.

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Do a little homework before donating to charities

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KSAT 12 News says it’s a good idea to make sure the charity is legitimate or just uses a name that sounds similar to a well-known non-profit organization.

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Officials say think carefully about getting a pet for Christmas

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Animal Care Services says pets require constant attention and supervision, which could be in short supply during holidays.

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Scientists devising plan to protect against killer hurricanes

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Plan would protect against hurricane event that could kill thousands of people and cripple the economy and environment.

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Planned Parenthood kicked out of Texas Medicaid program

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State officials have filed a final legal notice to defund the Texas Medicaid program.

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Paws for Purple Hearts to call Port San Antonio home

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A new facility dedicated to training dogs to assist returning combat veterans with psychological scars is opening in San Antonio.

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Call-A-Ride 4 Vets operating during holiday season

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Any honorably discharged veteran, family or caregiver can receive free rides over Christmas and New Year’s.

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Recall issued by H-E-B for bulk, packaged raw shelled pistachios

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A recall has been issued by H-E-B for both bulk and packaged raw shelled pistachios due to a possible salmonella contamination.

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New school accountability ratings dismissed by many school districts

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New school accountability ratings passed by the state legislature are being dismissed by many school districts.

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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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