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Past articles by Alec:

Texas Secretary of State encourages people to vote, even if they dislike both candidates

Texas Secretary of State Carlos Cascos visited San Antonio on Thursday. He's touring different cities in the state in his Chevy Suburban, nicknamed Vomo, which stands for voting-mobile. → Read More

Northside ISD changes student mock presidential elections process

Changes are in the air for students at Northside ISD's 71 elementary schools. → Read More

Group seeks to increase transparency, conservation to Medina Lake

Homeowners near the lake say the agency in charge of water levels is not managing the lake properly → Read More

Fundraiser held for 7-year-old girl shot in head last Saturday

The mother of a Kerrville girl who was shot in the head a week ago said her 7-year-old daughter is getting better. → Read More

Scammers claim to be with San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association

The San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association, or SAPFFA, said scammers have been calling people asking for donations using names that sound remarkably similar to theirs. → Read More

San Antonio Salvation Army crew headed to Florida

San Antonio Salvation Army volunteers are making their way to Florida to help with the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew. → Read More

Demolish local iconic restaurant or save it?

Commissioners met Wednesday to weigh the facts and move toward making a decision that could determine the fate of the old Malt House restaurant. → Read More

Elderly man hit, killed on busy far West Side Street

The San Antonio Police Department said an elderly man was hit and killed while trying to cross a busy far West Side Street near the 8300 block of Culebra Road, just west of Rimrock Trail. → Read More

BCSO investigating woman's body found near Haven for Hope shelter

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said a woman found dead alongside Martin Street, right outside the Bexar County jail, just west of downtown, near Haven for Hope, may be a victim of a crime. → Read More

Social media changing how presidents are portrayed

A Trinity University political scientist, a tech CEO, and a former three-term Texas state House representative, elected to serve from 1991-1997, all agreed that modern-day political campaigns have changed. → Read More

Historic and Design Commission to decide on fate of Malt House

West Side lawyer and activist Charlie Jones said the old the Malt House off Zarzamora was where many powerful lawmakers and legislators gathered for lunch for generations. → Read More

SA police take on SA firefighters in charity softball game

Police and firefighters took to the softball diamond to slug it out for charity Saturday. The annual Guns and Hoses charity softball game was played at Nelson M. Wolff Municipal Stadium off of U.S. Highway 90. → Read More

Hundreds attend Head for the Cure 5K at KSAT

Hundreds of people attended the Head for the Cure 5K run/walk Saturday at the KSAT 12 studios. → Read More

Texas lags behind Louisiana, New Mexico in film production tax incentives

Native Texan and filmmaker Josh Mills worked his way through New York and Los Angeles and now hopes to bring a taste of Tinseltown back home to Texas. He said, unfortunately, it's much cheaper to make films in Louisiana and New Mexico. → Read More

Huntleigh Park man discovers beehive with 75,000 bees in his backyard

Retired father of seven, grandfather of eleven, and great grandfather of five Lawrence Sullivan was cutting his grass two weeks ago when he felt multiple sharp sudden pains. → Read More

1 person shot to death at Northwest Side motel

Police are responding to a Northwest Side motel after a person was reportedly shot to death. → Read More

Organization helps business owners improve revenue, strategy

Cafe Commerce is a public-private partnership that helps entrepreneurs and small business owners at just about any stage, from conception, to growth, to exit strategies. → Read More

Parishioners ride motorcycles to crash site where pastor's daughter died

Last Chance Ministries was a packed house Saturday, as a vigil was held Saturday to remember Victoria Robles, who was killed in a crash along with two others this week, and to stand by her father, Pastor Jimmy Robles. → Read More

Volunteers build new Habitat for Humanity homes on West Side

An army of volunteers showed up Thursday at the intersection of Glendale Avenue and Hopeful Path to build new homes for Habitat for Humanity. → Read More

US Army major surprises her children with visit from Middle East

On Wednesday afternoon, U.S. Army Maj. Brandi Burrowes made a surprise visit to see her three children. She traveled to Steele High School in Cibolo all the way from Afghanistan. → Read More