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Film documents history of Underground Railroad in South Texas

Film documents history of Underground Railroad in South Texas

Tags: Sign up for our NewslettersTags: EDINBURG, Texas – A little known chapter of Civil War history makes for a dramatic story told in “,” a documentary produced by the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley.The film is based on the choice made by runaway slaves prior to the Civil War, to head south instead of north, to Mexico using another Underground Railroad.The route to freedom would be longer over treacherous terrain between the Nueces and Rio Grande Rivers.But similar to the one started by Harriet Tubman for those fleeing to the north, heroic mixed race families in South Texas were...

December 27, 2020
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San Antonio Fire Department part of Texas response to California wildfires

San Antonio Fire Department part of Texas response to California wildfires

, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 29, 2020, 6:39 pmTags: Sign up for our Newsletters, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 29, 2020, 6:39 pmTags: SAN ANTONIO – Waiting to board their charter flight to California on Tuesday, 50 firefighters from the San Antonio and Austin area will be on the front lines of the Northern California wildfires.The local firefighters be among 170 from around the state flying to California in two planes provided by Southwest Airlines.“Anybody you see here is a brother who wants to help another brother right now,” said Randy Denzer, a...

September 29, 2020
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Bar owners devastated after Gov. Abbott announces other businesses can expand capacity

Bar owners devastated after Gov. Abbott announces other businesses can expand capacity

, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 17, 2020, 6:00 pmTags: , , Sign up for our Newsletters, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 17, 2020, 6:00 pmTags: , , SAN ANTONIO – ’s once-popular beer pub, Big Hops, is empty, only open for beer-to-go for a few hours on Fridays and Saturdays. Still, Martindale said he was holding out hope Gov. Greg Abbott would allow bars like his to reopen to some extent. Instead, the Abbott announced Thursday that bars would remain closed until there’s a way for them to reopen safely.“It’s devastating. We don’t know what to do next,” Martindale...

September 17, 2020
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SA’s three largest school districts report drops in enrollment

SA’s three largest school districts report drops in enrollment

, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 14, 2020, 6:44 pmTags: , Sign up for our Newsletters, Reporter, PhotojournalistPublished: September 14, 2020, 6:44 pmTags: , SAN ANTONIO – When the new school year began, Barry Perez, spokesman for the , said officials knew it would be “an anomaly” because of the pandemic.“We knew that there would be some families that would look for some other options,” Perez said.He said the district had projected 104,700 students would enroll. Yet, so far, just over 102,00 have signed up.“We’re approximately 3,000 short where we thought we would be," said...

September 14, 2020
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