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Troy Kless


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Troy:

City of New Braunfels to reach buildout by 2035

The Hill Country town is one of the top 10 fastest growing cities in the country. → Read More

Texas mayors outline legislative priorities for the 88th Legislature

Mayors from Texas’ biggest cities including San Antonio, Houston and many others, spoke on the issues they hope can get bipartisan support. → Read More

City council passes resolution protecting abortion rights in San Antonio

The 9-2 vote assures no city funds will be used to document abortion or similar health care that could spark a criminal investigation. → Read More

Suspected driver of 18-wheeler at center of San Antonio migrant tragedy makes first court appearance

Homero Zamorano, Jr. stood before a judge Thursday at the US Courthouse in the Western District of Texas on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Activists push for end to Title 42, provide assistance after deadliest human smuggling attempt in U.S. history

RAICES says it has teams ready to assist the surviving victims, and believes the trailer tragedy highlights a need for border policy reform. → Read More

Mental health expert disagrees with Gov. Abbott’s assertion that any school shooter has a mental illness

During his news conference, Gov. Abbott said anybody who shoots somebody has a mental health challenge. But statistics show that’s rarely the case. → Read More

Update: Suspect in custody; accused of pretending to be San Antonio police officer, forcing way into home

The suspect, Salvatore Alfieri IV, forced his way into a home, taking the victims' phones, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office says. → Read More

'Mind-blowing' | Ukrainian cheesecake shop in San Antonio raises thousands of dollars to support Ukraine defense efforts

This weekend, Laika Cheesecakes and Espresso is dedicating all of its sales to help the Ukrainian army and their family back home. → Read More

'I've connected the dots' | Alamo defender descendant recalls his decades of research into his roots

One man says he learned a story from his family about the Alamo that wasn't in the history books. → Read More

'I've connected the dots' | Alamo defender descendant recalls his decades of research into his roots

One man says he learned a story from his family about the Alamo that wasn't in the history books. → Read More

Here's how you can still get renter's relief after the federal eviction moratorium expires

The Texas Supreme Court extended its own state rent relief program, but other program leaders say help is still available. → Read More

5,300 tons of coal ash removed from barge that ran aground south of St. Johns River

A barge carrying hazardous waste is stuck off of our First Coast. → Read More

US Department of Labor reports largest 1-year consumer price index increase since 2008

From groceries to gas, prices are on the rise for many goods. → Read More

US Coast Guard, salvage teams continue monitoring of oil globules reported from Golden Ray this week

Crews are still working to clean up what boaters call the largest oil leak from the Golden Ray. → Read More

Jacksonville City Council approves doubling gas tax for $930 million in infrastructure projects

The Jacksonville City Council voted 14 to 5 Wednesday to pass the local option gas tax increase, slated to fund more than $900 million in infrastructure projects. → Read More

Jacksonville father identified as swimmer who drowned at Huguenot Park on the weekend

Larry Dupree, 31, was swimming in the water with two of his four kids when a rip current pulled the three individuals away from shore, JSO said. → Read More

Judge to consider allowing evidence of Ahmaud Arbery’s mental health in October trial against men charged in his death

Day two of arguments about what evidence will be allowed at the Ahmaud Arbery murder trial. → Read More

Family says mold problem grew worse inside Arlington apartment unit

A mold problem became so bad that a woman says she thinks it's harming her father's health. → Read More

Student in hospital after stabbing at Brunswick High School

A school stabbing incident in Brunswick Monday left one student in the hospital and another in police custody. → Read More

Jacksonville unemployment numbers down, restaurants still struggling to find workers

Local restaurants say they are having a tough time hiring new employees and some groups say it's not just a problem in Jacksonville. → Read More