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Summer vacation season high time for home break-ins While many Americans get ready to take their summer vacations, security experts warn that vacationers are a prime target for thieves, who are on the prowl for unattended homes."Most vacations are taken within the months of July and August, so you wan
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Balcones Heights Council sets meeting for terminated police chief Fired by the city three weeks ago, former Balcones Heights Police Chief Henry Dominguez will make his case for reinstatement during a special meeting Wednesday evening.Dominguez is appealing his termination to the City Council which has the power to overt
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Fire Marshal does not govern ambulance dispatch The State Fire Marshal does not have rules and regulations on whether fire departments that receive calls for a fire with reported injuries must dispatch an ambulance from their own fire station.Any such rules would be governed by local municipalities, ac
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Hundreds show up to candlelight vigil for drowned football player Family, friends and the community at O'Connor High School are mourning the loss of one of their own.On Tuesday night, they held a candlelight vigil for Joshua Biggles, 15, who drowned on Sunday night, south of Medina Lake at Paradise Canyon."Josh was
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Rising beef, avocado prices take toll on restaurants Rising beef and avocado prices are starting to take a toll at restaurants nationwide and, locally, Mexican restaurants stand to take a big hit.As of February, beef prices hit a 27-year high and recently avocado prices also spiked."In the last two wee
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Council members say goodbye to Julian Castro Tuesday was an exciting day for the Alamo City as District 2 City Councilwoman Ivy Taylor became mayor of San Antonio, the first African-American woman to ever do so.But before her confirmation, there were some heartfelt goodbyes and warm wishes for now-f
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Community to hold vigil for O'Connor football player The O'Connor High School community is coming together Tuesday night to mourn the loss of a fellow student and football player.The candlelight vigil for Joshua Biggles, 15, is set to start at 7:30 p.m.Biggles drowned at Paradise Canyon, just south of Medin
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'Operation Coyote' targets human smugglers Halfway through its 90-day "Operation Coyote," U.S. Homeland Security Investigations reports it has targeted many of the human smugglers behind the child exodus arriving in the Rio Grande Valley.We realized we need to increase our presence, said
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Casey Kasem's remains flown to Canada, funeral director says Casey Kasem's body was flown to Canada a month after he died, a funeral home director told CNN Tuesday.Kasem's corpse was taken from a Washington state funeral home last week before the radio icon's daughter could enforce a court order against it being re
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New York choke hold death leads police to review training procedures New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton ordered an extensive review of the NYPD's training procedures after the death of Eric Garner, the man who was held in a choke hold and died while police attempted to arrest him, Bratton announced at a pres
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