Texas songwriter and Cheatham Street Warehouse founder Kent Finlay died Monday morning. Finlay was known for helping young musicians hone their craft. Our Hays County bureau chief Russell Wilde remembers the man that would sing your story. 06:25 PM
Rep. Rafael Anchia has filed two bills to drastically reduce greenhouse emissions by 2030. Critics have called environmental regulations unnecessary red tape for businesses, but Anchia says it's time to put the politics behind us in the climate change debate and focus on the practical effects not only to the environment but also to things like industry and even homeland security.
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Look out Hollywood--San Antonio's becoming an attractive town for filmmakers, with industry publication Movie Maker listing SA as the number 10 large city nationwide to make a movie.
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Pilot Killed in Government Canyon Crash Identified
Officials have identified the man killed last week in a plane crash in Government Canyon. The fixed-wing, single-engine aircraft was registered to Thomas Baber. A pilots group later confirmed Baber's death. 04:24 PM
Bill Filed to Limit Use of Capital Appreciation Bonds
State Rep. Tony Dale is trying to cut back on the use of high-risk loans by Texas school districts. Dale announced a new bill Monday that would limit the use of Capital Appreciation Bonds, which are loans that don't require any payments until the end of the bond. 04:42 PM
Witte Museum's 'Build It! Family Day' Exposes Younger Students to Science
Hundreds of kids got their hands dirty Saturday over at the Witte Museum. It was all for the museum's Build It! Family Day. Time Warner Cable News’ Annette Garcia shows us why kids need to be exposed to sciences, sooner than later. 03/01/2015 02:41 PM
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Sports Night: PGA Golf Could be Coming to Austin, HS Basketball Playoffs Nearing the State Tournament
A report out Friday says the PGA’s Match Play Championship could be coming to Austin. The tournament features the top 64 golfers in a head-to-head format. The tournament is said to be played at Austin Country Club and would be next March 23rd-27th. Find out more in this "Sports Night." 02:15 PM
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Students get Sneak Peek at Armed Services Careers
High school students thinking of going into the armed services got a look at what they can expect at UTSA on Sunday. 09:36 AM
West Side Athlete Helps Community While Overcoming Injury
Student athlete Katie Tracy saw a setback after suffering from a season-ending shoulder injury her junior year, but she didn't stop. 09:20 AM
Study Says Food Bank Soil is Safe
Earlier tests showed some of the soil near the food bank contained arsenic and lead, but the city says the soil is safe. 02/27/2015 06:52 PM
Morgan's Wonderland Kicks Off Sixth Season
A local theme park designed with special-needs individuals in mind is celebrating its fifth birthday. Morgan's Wonderland has become the destination of choice for hundreds of thousands of families. Our Annette Garcia shows us why the park is now receiving worldwide recognition. 02/27/2015 06:40 PM
Baby Cafe Celebrates First Birthday
The breastfeeding support center SA Baby Cafe celebrated its very own first birthday this week. The facility is a part of the city's Metro Health District and is helping pregnant women and new mothers across the area. Our Alese Underwood shows us how women from all walks of life are learning the first steps of parenthood. 02/27/2015 06:25 PM