Abbott vows legal challenge to immigration order
Texas Gov.-elect Greg Abbott is pledging to challenge President Barack Obama's executive action on immigration in court.
Trinity students react to Obama's immigration address
Members of the Trinity University debate team and the Trinity Progressives group were part of a KSAT 12 watch party to view the president's speech Thursday night.
President Obama addresses nation on plan for immigration reform
Obama's plan will shield from deportation nearly 5 million immigrants now in the U.S. illegally.
Supporters say Obama within his rights on immigration action
Supporters and opponents of President Obama's immigration reform plans are both voicing their opinions.
Immigrants anxious ahead of President's executive action
After repeated calls for action, President Barack Obama defied Congress Thursday night with what’s being called the most sweeping executive action on immigration in decades.
Multiple candidates crowding field for mayor, state senate
Local lawmakers are playing a political game of musical chairs.
KSAT 12 to air Obama immigration address on MeTV
Despite ABC not planning on carrying President Obama's primetime address regarding immigration, KSAT 12 has plans to air his address.
Immigrants anxiously wait as President Obama's speech looms
President Barack Obama is expected to unveil his plan for executive action on immigration Thursday night.
EXCLUSIVE: Van de Putte announces mayoral bid
Sen. Leticia Van de Putte sat down with KSAT's Steve Spriester for an exclusive interview in which she revealed her plans to run for San Antonio mayor.
Union president to city council: Fire Sheryl Sculley
The president of the San Antonio Police Officers’ Association called on the San Antonio city council Tuesday to fire City Manager Sheryl Sculley.
Texas Republicans expect big role in new Congress
When Congress convenes again in January, it will have a decidedly Republican flavor. And two high-ranking Republicans from Texas may play big roles in the Senate and House in determining what legislation gets passed.
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