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  1. Attendance rates plummet after students stay home in wake of threat

    Attendance rates plummet after students stay home in wake of threat

    The San Antonio Police Department was out patrolling local campuses Thursday after receiving an email threat that alluded to mass violence taking place on April 24. But police officers weren't the only force out protecting area schools.

  2. Absences due to email threat marked unexcused in several S.A. districts

    Absences due to email threat marked unexcused in several S.A. districts

    Students who miss class Thursday due to a string of e-mails threatening violence will be marked as an unexcused absence in several local districts.

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    Texas woman jailed over corn dog incident

    Charmelle Henry wasn't happy with the microwaved corn dog she got from a business in Midland. So she allegedly threw it at the clerk — who gave her another one.

  4. S.A. school districts activate safety plan in response to email threat

    S.A. school districts activate safety plan in response to email threat

    Parents are debating whether to take their children to school Thursday. It's the day mentioned in a string of e-mails by an unidentified author threatening violence at an unidentified elementary school. Districts are activating safety plans.

  5. Soldiers identified who assisted crash victims after accident on I-10

    Soldiers identified who assisted crash victims after accident on I-10

    An accident slowed down traffic on westbound I-10 near the I-35 and two soldiers stepped in to help a person who was pinned while waiting for emergency services to arrive.

  6. Texas releases math, reading STAAR results

    Texas releases math, reading STAAR results

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Almost 80 percent of fifth- and eighth-graders passed the Texas standardized math test on their first try this month while more than 75 percent passed the reading exam.

  7. Caught on camera: Teacher aides abuse autistic boy

    Caught on camera: Teacher aides abuse autistic boy

    Parents in Georgia are outraged after two teacher aides were caught on camera abusing a special needs student.

  8. School says 8-year-old student not feminine enough

    School says 8-year-old student not feminine enough

    Administrators at the school in western Virginia say they have not accused the girl of any wrongdoing and simply want the family to follow all guidelines set for students.

  9. Car crashes through wall and fence, plunges into backyard swimming pool

    Car crashes through wall and fence, plunges into backyard swimming pool

    A car crashed through a rock wall and a privacy fence before plunging into a backyard swimming pool on the city's northwest side Wednesday evening.

  10. Boy released by kidnapper after singing gospel music

    Boy released by kidnapper after singing gospel music

    A young boy's love of gospel music may have saved his life.

  11. Probate Problems: Woman denied share of assets despite being named in friend's will

    Probate Problems: Woman denied share of assets despite being named in friend's will

    The fight surrounds the will of Ardella Baker, who died in May 2010.

  12. Navy baseball players' 'Frozen' lip-sync goes viral

    Navy baseball players' 'Frozen' lip-sync goes viral

    Two Navy baseball players are being recognized for something other than their athletic abilities, after a video of them lip-syncing a song from the Disney film "Frozen" went viral.

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    San Antonio school districts make plan after threatening emails

    School districts across San Antonio are enacting a plan to keep their students safe after NISD and SAPD received threatening emails that alluded to possible violence at a San Antonio elementary.

  14. 10 reasons Coach Pop will beat Mark Cuban every time

    10 reasons Coach Pop will beat Mark Cuban every time

    Let's face it. Game 2 is upon up and all the Spurs fans know what's up: Coach Pop will beat Mark Cuban every time. Click the photos to find out why.

  15. Turf wars: Which grass is best for the Texas summer?

    Turf wars: Which grass is best for the Texas summer?

    Patrick Dickinson, who coordinates the urban water program at Texas A&M Agrilife Research Center in North Dallas, said in the summer, St. Augustine drinks more than double what Zoysia or Bermuda grass varieties do. Buffalo grass drinks even less.

  16. Dog plays dead, steals woman’s car

    Dog plays dead, steals woman’s car

    Subaru’s latest attempt at viral marketing has, well, gone viral. Take a look at what their advertising team came up with on YouTube.

  17. I-Team: Deputy constable on leave, accused of attacking his wife while on duty

    I-Team: Deputy constable on leave, accused of attacking his wife while on duty

    The incident happened April 17 outside a motorcycle dealership near Interstate 35 and Weidner Road, according to an employee who said she witnessed the attack then called 911.

  18. Woman wants $275K for 'abnormally dangerous' duck attack

    Woman wants $275K for 'abnormally dangerous' duck attack

    A Washington woman says she was attacked by a duck with “abnormally dangerous propensities” and is seeking $275,000 in damages, according to court documents.

  19. Floresville police searching for suspect in assault

    Floresville police searching for suspect in assault

    Floresville Police need help locating Brian Lee Quintanilla, a fugitive, Detective George Ortiz said.

  20. Man stabbed in neck during northeast-side attack

    Man stabbed in neck during northeast-side attack

    Officers tell KENS 5 they have a good idea of who the suspect is, and they are interviewing a woman believed to be his mother.