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The future of San Antonio's water supply may be all but assured by a city council vote tomorrow. The deal would secure 50,000 acre feet of water for the city at a cost of $3.4 billion. Vista Ridge, the company with the water rights, will transport the water 142 miles from Burleson County and the Carrizo Wilcox Aquifer.

The Mayor has already voted affirmatively on  it as a San Antonio Water System board member and many on the council have voiced support, including district 9 Council Member Joe Krier. 

Workday At The TPaRbor Set For December 6

Oct 29, 2014
Elisa Gonzales

TPR listeners, roll up your sleeves and join us as we work with the San Antonio River Authority to restore a section of the river into a quality natural riparian woodland ecosystem. We're calling this 3.4-acre stretch of natural area on the southeast corner of the Theo Avenue bridge the TPaRbor.

A state agency’s efforts to keep the names of schools participating in the state’s school marshals program a secret, isn’t sitting well with those who helped pass the law.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

This was not a happy gathering. The Citizens to be Heard portion of the Alamo Colleges board meeting, late Tuesday night, lasted more than an hour. And nearly every one of the three-minute speaking slots belonged to a frustrated student.

In April, the Alamo Colleges, a system of five community colleges in and around San Antonio, decided on the removal of majors from most degrees and transcripts. This meant graduating classes majoring in an Associate of Arts of Science program, would receive a simple A.A. or A.S. certification, not a specific subject major.

American Association of Poison Control Centers

 

San Antonio doctors are noticing an increase of eye injuries in small children after they come into contact with laundry detergent pods.

Physicians at University Hospital are concerned that they haven’t yet seen the worst of the injuries.

Liquid detergent held inside colorful, squishy plastic packets are sometimes irresistible for kids.

Dr. Jorge Montes, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology at the UT Health Science Center, said the Emergency Room has seen a string of children since this summer, all under the age of five, with serious burns on the eye.

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