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Matthew Price

All a bridge really has to do is to get you from one place…to another. But I've found one that does quite a bit more. It gives you an artistic experience.

"They talk about place making in public art…”

City Department of Culture and Creative Development’s Jimmy LeFlore.

“…and that’s about trying to connect our built environment to the people that live there, and the culture and history that we all share.”

We walked the bridge, located a few hundred yards east of the AT&T Center.

“We are at East Houston Street right at the Salado Creek bridge.”

Texas Parks and Wildlife

With whistles and "whoops" Mark Lange is calling to and directing Ira one of his bird dogs. Ira is a brown and white German short haired pointer. She is happily romping through the tall South Texas grass searching for a covey of Bobwhite quail. But this is a different kind of bird hunt Lange is Texas Parks and Wildlife Biologist 

“She a little close running dog and she won’t range out too far,” said Lange.

City of San Antonio

The San Antonio City Council is sending four propositions to voters in the May election. These would potentially change the city charter, add a streetcar amendment, give city councilmembers salaries, and fill council vacancies. Each of the propositions went to the ballot almost unanimously.

There were five city charter propositions up for consideration though, of which these four got the council’s stamp of approval.

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Authorities say seven people were shot to death and one was wounded in attacks in a small southeastern Missouri town, and the suspected gunman was found dead from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Missouri State Highway Patrol Sgt. Jeff Kinder said Friday morning he could not release any information on the motive or whether the 36-year-old gunman and the victims were connected. Kinder said authorities found the body of an older woman who died of natural causes, but said “we’re not calling her a victim at this time.”

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AUSTIN — An investigation into a University of Texas fraternity whose portrayal of Hispanics at a party offended students has been completed and no sanctions are forthcoming, a university official said Thursday. Phi Gamma Delta did not violate any school rules during the Feb. 7 party at their house just north of campus, Dean of Students Soncia Reagins-Lilly said.

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