Top San Antonio news: Last two defendants sent to prison in 2016 killing; Fed Cup tennis arrives

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Last two defendants sent to prison in 2016 killing of bystander in San Antonio drug robbery gone bad

Gabrielle Brightman, and Betty Rojas, originally charged with capital murder, pleaded guilty to lesser charges in the fatal shooting of Milton Ray Miles, 37.

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Loquats are the delicious fruit all of San Antonio needs to be eating now

Loquat season is in full swing now in San Antonio, and we give you several ideas for what to do with them.

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Eight Texas counties, including in the greater San Antonio area, among the nation’s top 10 in population growth numbers

Eight Texas counties are among counties across the nation showing the sharpest population gains in a single year, according to new census numbers just released. 

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Fed Cup tennis arrives in San Antonio

Fed Cup tennis has arrived in the Alamo City as some of the WTA's top professionals get ready to rep the red, white and blue at Freeman Coliseum on April 20-21.

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San Antonio firefighter died because his safety device didn’t work, lawsuit alleges

Scott Technologies, Inc. is being sued by the family of firefighter Scott Deem and firefighter Brad Phipps, who was permanently disabled in the fire, for more than $1 million in damages.

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