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The San Antonio International Airport received 1.9 inches of snow Thursday night, while other parts of Bexar County saw up to 2.5 inches.


That’s the largest amount of snow to have fallen in the Alamo city area in more than 30 years.


Ryan Poppe

Texas lawmakers are disturbed by the General Land Office’s level of transparency of the state’s Alamo Redesign and Restoration Project. The Senate Finance Committee on Tuesday began digging into those plans and how the $75 million in state funds for the project will be spent.

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On Thursday, the San Antonio City Council decides whether to give conceptual approval to the Alamo Master Plan, which sparked weeks of passionate debate over the historic site's future.

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Today marks the 181st anniversary of the day the Alamo fell to Santa Anna and his Mexican Army. The deaths of more than 180 Texians, as they were known, fighting for independence, has led the Alamo to be celebrated as a shrine. Now the City of San Antonio and the Texas General Land office want to restore the mission complex so it looks more like it did 300 years ago.  But that takes money.

This week is the 181st anniversary of the siege and battle of the Alamo. Each day historians in period garb read letters and discuss what was happening 181 years ago to the day.


A crowd gathered Tuesday in front of the Alamo chapel. They listened to letters, like this one, written by J. W. Fannin on February 28, 1836. It was day 6 of the siege.