3 Bexar County Parks temporarily closed due to flooding

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Priscilla Aguirre Oct. 14, 2021 Fall colors at a cold and solitary Raymond Russell Park off IH10 near Camp Bullis Rd earlier this month. GLORIA FENRIZ/STAFFGLORIA FERNIZ/SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS Some parks in San Antonio are not open to the public following Wednesday night’s storms.  On Thursday, October 14, Bexar County tweeted that three local parks …

Cold front will dip San Antonio area temperatures in to 40s

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It will finally feel like October. Candice Avila-Garcia, mySanAntonio.com Oct. 14, 2021 1of3 A cold front arrives on Friday bringing some Fall like temperatures to San Antonio this weekend.  National Weather ServiceShow MoreShow Less 2of3 San Antonio will continue to see scattered rain throughout the day on Thursday, NWS says.  National Weather ServiceShow MoreShow Less 3of3 …

The law that prompted a school administrator to call for an ‘opposing’ perspective on the Holocaust is causing confusion across Texas

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click to enlarge Texas Tribune / Jordan Vonderhaar The new Texas law states a teacher cannot “require or make part of a course” a series of race-related concepts, including the ideas that “one race or sex is inherently superior to another race or sex,” or that someone is “inherently racist, sexist, or oppressive” based on …

San Antonio reaches vaccine milestone and other news you missed

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Good morning, San Antonio! The Alamo City has hit an important milestone in COVID-19 vaccinations. Here’s what you need to know.  More than 75 percent – that’s 1,263,881 eligible San Antonio residents – have been fully vaccinated, according to a news release. That number could increase as 90.7 percent, or 1,516,675 vaccine eligible residents, have received …

Yelp says San Antonio’s Felíz Modern is a Latinx-owned business ‘to watch’

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One San Antonio shop recently received high praise from Yelp. Felíz Modern landed on Yelp’s top 10 Latinx-owned “Ones to Watch” in the Home & Decor category. Yelp’s list was created for Hispanic Heritage Month, which ends on October 15. The local small business was just one of two Texas-based establishments to make the roundup along …

San Antonio rep Joaquin Castro calls for more Latino representation

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U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, who previously submitted 25 Latino movies for National Film Registry, is continuing his push for more Latino representation. Andrew Harnik, STF / Associated Press U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro, who previously submitted Selena and other Latino movies for National Film Registry, is continuing his push for more Latino representation. Castro, a San …

City officials close access to Comal River due to debris from thunderstorms

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Priscilla Aguirre Oct. 15, 2021 The Comal River remains closed due to debris from the recent thunderstorms.  TOM REEL/SAN ANTONIO EXPRESS-NEWS Think twice before heading to the river this weekend.  City of New Braunfels officials closed recreational river access to the Comal due to debris from the recent thunderstorms. According to a Friday, October 15 news …