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Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

Members of the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs dedicated their new home and formally opened its doors on Sunday.

Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

Charities helping asylum seekers who were dropped off in San Antonio will get a financial boost from the City of San Antonio. The City Council unanimously approved emergency funding for Catholic Charities, Travis Park Church and the San Antonio Food Bank.

Paul Flahive | Texas Public Radio

The internet has become a necessity, and access is lacking in rural Texas.  At least 1.8 million Texans don't have broadband internet access. Estimates are as high as 80 percent of those without live in rural communities. This is part three of TPR's multi-part series: Connecting Rural Texas.

Steve Short | Texas Public Radio

Officials have no answers for what caused a gate failure at the Lake Dunlap Dam near New Braunfels Tuesday morning.

South Texas Veterans Health Care System

The South Texas Veterans Health Care System is celebrating its 20th annual Women’s Health Week, with a focus on getting women to utilize the services available to them at VA.

APM Reports

Police officers nationwide use Tasers as a less lethal alternative to guns. The idea is to be able to stop someone – usually an unarmed but violent person – without having to kill them.

Paul Flahive | Texas Public Radio

1.8 million Texans lack broadband Internet access, and most of them live in rural Texas. Hundreds of millions of federal dollars could become available, but the government may not have an accurate picture of who has access and who doesn't. This is part two of a multi-part series focusing on Connecting Rural Texas. 

Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

A big home development on Boerne Lake faced opposition from concerned residents who live around the lake, a key source of water for the city.

Ryan Poppe | Texas Public Radio

1.8 million Texans lack broadband Internet access, and most of them live in rural Texas. Studies from the U.S. chamber and others have shown the massive impact connecting Texas could have. This is part one of a multi-part series focusing on Connecting Rural Texas.

Heide Couch / 60th Air Mobility Wing Public Affairs

Starting this October, the Defense Health Agency will take control of all San Antonio-area military medical facilities, including Brooke Army Medical Center, from each of their respective commands.

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