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On March 12, voters will decide whether to elect Democrat Ray Lopez or Republican Fred Rangel to represent San Antonio's House District 125 in the Texas Legislature. 


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What's being done to identify and address the root causes of our city's challenges when it comes to community safety and family well-being?


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If your personal tax tradition is to wait until the last minute to file, this might be the year to reconsider. 


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Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women in the United States. What should you know to keep your heart strong and disease free? 


What are the evolutionary roots of today's partisan landscape? San Antonio-based clinical psychologist and author Hector Garcia's new book delves into factors contributing to sociopolitical divides and ideologies around the world. 


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As opioid addiction continues to ravage the nation, healthcare providers and community members are coming together to advocate for a variety of evidence-based methods that aim to alleviate the ongoing crisis.


The 86th Texas legislature is in full swing. A coalition of San Antonio businesses and chambers of commerce are teaming up to vocalize their legislative priorities. 


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Infectious diseases are disorders caused by pathogens such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or parasites, and they are on the rise. 


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According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, at least 68.5 million people worldwide are displaced from home due to war or persecution. Many choose to seek asylum by applying for protection in another country. What does this legal process look like? 


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It costs about $5,000 a month to maintain a family of four in Bexar County. New findings published by the United Ways Of Texas identified about 500,000 local households in the "in-between," earning above the federal poverty standards but below the amount needed for basic living costs.


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