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Report: Former POW Bergdahl to Face Charges
A new report indicates that former prisoner of war Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl will be charged with desertion. In an interview last night on Fox News, retired Lt. Col. Tony Schaffer said two military sources told him that Bergdahl has been given a list of the charges. 02:19 PM
National Catholic Schools Week Celebrations Begin
This week marks the 40th annual National Catholic Schools Week, and the Archdiocese of San Antonio is celebrating. Later this week, there will be open houses, special masses and other student and community activities. 02:49 PM
UTSA Building Advanced Computing System
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Capital Tonight: Texas Politicians Rally GOP in Iowa
Two Texas politicians with similar 2016 dreams rally the GOP base over the weekend in Iowa, and we hear from the head of the Texas Cultural Trust on the “State of the Arts.” 02:55 PM
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