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Local schools report low attendance rates

Violent threat sends school attendance into freefall

An anonymous threat of violence against an unspecified San Antonio elementary school caused a sharp decline in attendance in school districts across Bexar County Thursday.

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Baby doll teaches dangers of shaken baby syndrome

Baby doll teaches dangers of shaken baby syndrome

A new baby can be a big challenge for even the best parents, especially when that infant begins to cry and nothing you do seems to calm him.

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kidnapping suspect

Asst. DA: Alleged kidnapping victim was awaiting trial

The Bexar County District Attorney's Office confirms an alleged kidnapping victim -- who is still missing -- had a pending court date five days after he disappeared.

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Board votes to support changes in healthcare benefits

The San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors voted Thursday to support cost cutting changes in the fire and police health insurance benefits that are a part of their labor union's collective bargaining agreement, city officials said.

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HPD: Man stabs child in neck at playground

A man is accused of stabbing a 3-year-old boy in the neck at a playground in northeast Houston.

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porta potties

Parade route features $1 portable toilets

Vendors along parade routes sell everything from turkey legs to funnel cakes to portable toilet time.

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Spurs pep rally held at new west-side HEB

Spurs pep rally held at new west-side HEB

It didn't take long for San Antonians to partake in a Spurs-themed pep rally hosted by HEB.

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Schools on high alert after threats

Did you allow your kids to attend school today?

Parents on Thursday had to decide whether to allow their children to attend school in light on a recent threat of violence.

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Battle of Flowers set for 35 after shooting

Friday parade marks 35th anniversary of sniper rampage

When the Battle of Flowers parade kicks off Friday, many in the crowd will only know the joy it brings, not the horror of April 27, 1979, when a sniper killed two women and wounded dozens of people at Broadway and Grayson.

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Broadway Hildebrand to shut down this weekend

Broadway, Hildebrand to shut down this weekend

Broadway and Hildebrand will be closed the entire weekend beginning Friday night for construction crews to finish work on a new drainage system.

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Kate Beckinsale

Danny Moloshok / Reuters

40 fetching actresses in their 40s

All of these actresses in this slideshow are in their 40s and they're more beautiful than ever. Take a look and dare to disagree.

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Hubble Space Telescope launch, 1990

NASA/IMAX

On this day: April 25

The guillotine is first used, American and Soviet troops cut Nazi Germany in two, a U.S. Navy submarine completes the first submerged circumnavigation of the globe, and the Hubble Space Telescope is launched, all on this day.

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Obama in South Korean

REUTERS/Larry Downing

N.K. nuke test looms as Obama visits South

President Obama arrived in Seoul, South Korea, Friday to news that North Korea may be counting down to a nuclear weapons test.

Such moves out of Pyongyang are no surprise and are typical for the North's behavior, Obama told reporters while in Tokyo, h...

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