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San Antonio-area residents who have Blue Cross Blue Shield medical insurance will soon have another choice for treatment. A clinic chain once off-limits is now accessible. 

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Try to imagine serving a decade or longer in prison for a crime you did not commit. Maybe you are on death row - even. Try to put yourself in that situation. For some people they don't have to imagine it - they lived it.

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The San Antonio Economic Development Foundation, tasked with bringing new business to San Antonio, has chosen 29-year-old Jenna Saucedo-Herrera as its new president and CEO.




Stephen Guzman

A new Art Exhibit at Say Si opens Friday with an interesting and challenging theme. First, a reminder: Say Si is a non-profit after school arts program for young people. Stephen Guzman explains their programs cover four artistic disciplines.

"Visual Arts, Media Arts, Theater Arts and New media."

Investigators are making progress into a fire that destroyed a Fredericksburg landmark earlier this month.
Turner Hall burned to the ground on the night of June 19.

"We determined that the fire was we believed to be set after a burglary was committed. Right now we're not ready to release the cause of the fire. We're still working on some evidence and when that comes back from the labs we'll have a little better idea of where it was lit and exact causes maybe," says Steven Wetz, Fredericksburg Police Chief.