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Bob Daemmrich for the Texas Tribune

Three months after first questioning the citizenship status of almost 100,000 registered voters, the Texas secretary of state has agreed to end a review of the voter rolls for supposed noncitizens that was flawed from the start.

Hildalgo County

The mayor of a small Texas border town was arrested and charged with election fraud and illegal voting on Thursday.

Courtesy Plus One Robotics

Plus One Robotics, a San Antonio startup at the forefront of robotic vision and machine learning, is growing. Its software is paired with vision sensors and teaches robotic industrial arms to see. Using soft grips, they can pack and sort boxes.

Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

"Building the City You Deserve" is how San Antonio’s mayor set the foundation for his 2019 re-election campaign. But is it enough to be re-elected? Ron Nirenberg wants voters to look at the progress of projects started under his tenure and see him as a fellow resident who wants the best for San Antonio.

Joey Palacios | Texas Public Radio

Greg Brockhouse has emerged as the main challenger to Mayor Ron Nirenberg in the 2019 municipal elections. The District 6 councilman is attempting to unseat an incumbent mayor, and he's gambling his political career on this fight.

Camille Phillips | Texas Public Radio

Opposition to the changes implemented by Superintendent Pedro Martinez is taking center stage during this May’s election for the San Antonio Independent School District board of trustees.


Kathryn Fink | American Homefront

After years of complaints, the Pentagon is trying to reform the way it manages the moving process for military families. The current system is plagued by delays, lost shipments, theft, and lack of accountability.

Texas Public Radio

Rackspace CEO Joe Eazor has been replaced less than two years after taking the reigns at the San Antonio technology company. Kevin Jones — formerly the chief executive at Dallas-based MV Transportation — began at the company Wednesday.

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The Bexar County District Attorney’s Office may now reject some cases that charge the homeless or mentally ill with criminal trespassing.

Ryan Poppe | Texas Public Radio

Texas lawmakers overwhelmingly approved an effort to allow farmers to grow industrial hemp in the state.

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