Top San Antonio news: Woman stabbed in back by family member; ACS warning about Easter animals

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2,500 migrants came through San Antonio last week

Recently the White House proposed sending the detained migrants to sanctuary cities. While the city of San Antonio isn't technically a sanctuary city because of its proximity and history, could it be a target location?

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Woman reportedly stabbed in back by family member during argument at Northwest San Antonio apartment

San Antonio police are searching for a man they say stabbed a woman in the back with a kitchen knife. 

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Jeannie Wyatt, ground-breaking San Antonio money manager, dies at 65

Jeanie Wyatt started the San Antonio firm with $10 million in assets under management, a figure that rose to $3.7 billion.

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San Antonio infant shows all the 'Fiesta feels' in Market Square photoshoot

As San Antonio prepares for the city's biggest party, one local baby is already showing her Fiesta spirit in an adorable photoshoot.

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San Antonio ACS issues warning about Easter animals

The roadside sale or dyeing of baby chicks, ducklings and rabbits is prohibited by the city's animal laws

Read the full story on KENS5.

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