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Marisol Cortez read a poem by Anel Flores at a rally held in San Antonio the day before the U.S. House votes on President Trump's impeachment.
Beth Devillier for TPR

A few hundred people turned out for a rally at the San Antonio federal building on East César E. Chávez Boulevard on Tuesday afternoon to call for the impeachment and removal of President Donald Trump. 

The main drag that runs through McQueeney, Texas.
Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

Guadalupe County commissioners will hold a public hearing Tuesday morning on the creation of a water control improvement district for residents who live near Lake McQueeney.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The remains of three bodies have been unearthed at the Alamo in San Antonio.  The remains were discovered during an archaeological dig as the Alamo undergoes a multi-million dollar redevelopment.

Brian Kirkpatrick / Texas Public Radio

Hundreds turned out late Friday afternoon at Juarez Plaza at La Villita in downtown San Antonio for a rally to support former Democratic Vice President Joe Biden’s bid for the White House.

A poll of likely Texas voters released by CNN Thursday shows Biden as the front-runner among Democratic candidates.

Dr. Carrillo shows members of a health delegation one of the stock rooms where medication is stored.
Reynaldo Leaños Jr. | Texas Public Radio

Health officials and aid workers from the U.S. and Mexico want to find out how many asylum seekers at the border are living with HIV. 

Big Bend National Park is celebrating its 75th anniversary, and USPS is issuing a priority mail stamp next year in its honor.

This year, Big Bend National Park celebrated its 75th anniversary, and very soon, U.S. Postal Service customers will be able to share a little of its scenic beauty with neighbors around the country with an official Priority Mail stamp.

Bonnie Petrie | Texas Public Radio

A clinic that offers mental health care and treatment for substance use disorders on San Antonio’s West Side — for free — marks a year of serving the community with an official grand opening.

A file photo of a VIA bus in San Antonio.
Ryan Loyd | Texas Public Radio

Current funding for the Edwards Aquifer Protection Program could change hands from the City to San Antonio Water System as early as next month.

Twins Adrian and Jennifer Uribe shake hands with UTSA Provost Kimberly Espy. The Lamar High School seniors will be among the first students to receive fee tuition and fees at UTSA through the Bold Promise program announced Dec. 12, 2019.
Camille Phillips | Texas Public Radio

The University of Texas at San Antonio is following the lead of the Alamo Colleges and UT-Austin, launching a free tuition program for students who meet certain eligibility requirements.

A Christmas tree was donated to El Paso International Airport to remember the victims of the Aug. 3 Walmart mass shooting.
El Paso International Airport

A San Antonio-based holiday decor installation company has donated a Christmas tree to El Paso International Airport to remember the victims of the Aug. 3 Walmart mass shooting.