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Today is the first day of fall. That’s why a group called the Bipartisan Policy Center has chosen this day to launch a campaign preventing falls by the elderly. It’s an effort former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros is supporting.

An injury-causing fall can be the beginning of the end for senior citizens, who face the risk of hip or leg fractures, hospitalizations and a slow decline. Cisneros had first-hand experience when his elderly mother fell.

 Forsyth, Georgia is what you would call a "Sundown Town."

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San Anto Cultural Arts

To hear Keli Kubonoc talk about it, you'd think she was talking about an arts high school.

"We're proud that a lot of our alumni have gone on to the Pratt School of Design in New York, the Art Institute of Chicago. We've got quite a few UTSA graduates."

But she's talking about San Anto Cultural Arts, the non-profit that encourages area kids to explore their artistic side at their El Paso Street studio. While they instruct in a variety of media, they specialize in one.

Texas Sues Obama Administration Over New Overtime Rule

Sep 21, 2016
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*Editor's note: This story has been updated throughout.

Texas is helping lead a lawsuit against President Barack Obama's administration over a new rule that makes millions more workers eligible for overtime pay.

Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Tuesday he is joining his counterpart in Nevada, Adam Laxalt, to file the lawsuit on behalf of 21 states. Paxton said the rule, announced earlier this year by the U.S. Department of Labor, is another example of Obama "trying unilaterally rewrite the law."