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Nov. 28, 2018 Huntsville
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There are two big letters “D" and "R” on the back of Joseph Garcia’s white prison uniform — they stand for Death Row. Underneath, he’s wearing a burnt orange sweatshirt. The San Antonio native is a fan of the University of Texas Longhorns. Recently, Garcia has been having a tough time sleeping because his death day is coming up.


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Need to start looking for healthcare coverage but don't know where to start? Confused about what's going on with the Affordable Care Act? Get America Covered co-founder Joshua Peck, EnrollSA's Jose Ibarra, and KUT Austin reporter Ashley Lopez join  "The Source." 


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The connection Texas House Speaker Joe Straus shares with the 41st president goes back decades. He worked for Vice President George H.W. Bush, and then again when Bush entered the Oval Office.


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For many San Antonians with allergies, the dreaded "cedar fever" season has arrived.

Attorney Mike Ware, from left, stands with the "San Antonio Four": Anna Vasquez, Kristie Mayhugh, Cassandra Rivera, and Elizabeth Ramirez, who had their criminal convictions expunged on Monday. 12/3/18
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Updated 7:45 p.m.

Four San Antonio women, who were falsely accused of sexually assaulting two young girls in 1994, have had their convictions expunged by a Bexar County judge.

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