The San Antonio Metro Health District reports there are now six confirmed cases of the Zika virus in the area. The Metro Health District has been monitoring the number of Zika cases since the first case was found in February at about the same time the World Health Organization deemed the virus an international health emergency.

Now, the health district counts six total cases. All the patients so far have acquired the infection while traveling abroad.

From Texas Standard:

In the late 1800s and early 1900s, most low-income, black and Hispanic people were segregated to the east side of what is now IH-35 in Austin. Now, the same people who’ve lived in the area for decades are being pushed out. Old houses are torn down to make way for new ones and property taxes are rising rapidly.

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Two very different stories for the show's reporters roundtable. 

First: this week, San Antonio Express-News editorial writer and columnist Josh Brodesky asked a provocative question. Should a nonprofit leader get paid almost $600,000 for putting on a single football game each year?

The game is the popular Valero Alamo Bowl and the man is Derrick Fox, CEO of the nonprofit that makes it all happen.

Are Cops in Schools Creating a 'Climate of Fear?'

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"Turn Around, Don't Drown"

Flash flooding has occurred below this railroad crossing in New Braunfels .