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Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 07, 2014
Using Federal Medicaid dollars, the San Antonio City Council approved an agreement with University Health System to provide adolescent health services specific to teen pregnancy prevention.
Written by Kris@nowcastsa.org on Feb 06, 2014
The temperature remains at or near the freezing level in the San Antonio area and another round of precipitation is expected overnight and into the early morning hours. As the temperature continues to drop, the San Antonio Fire Department would like you to keep the following safety tips in mind: Protect the “4 Ps” – People, Pets, Plants & Pipes People - People should stay indoors or be dressed in multiple layers when outdoors. Pets – Pets should be brought indoors or placed in a warm, protected area outside.
Written by Clarity_CGC on Feb 04, 2014
REPLAY VIDEO: On Feb. 25, at the headquarters of the Valero Energy Corporation, the One in Five Minds advocacy campaign hosted a Forum on Mental Health Care Funding for Texas Children. 
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 04, 2014
Mayor Julián Castro and County Judge Nelson Wolff, along with Councilwoman Ivy Taylor, announced the City and County’s partnership to enhance the Menger Creek Drainage project. The City allocated $6.5 million from the 2012 bond for the reconstruction of the Menger Creek Channel and an additional $4 million is being contributed by the County. Benefits from this partnership will assist in removing properties from the floodplain, and create a natural destination park for the EastPoint Community.
Written by City of San Antonio on Feb 04, 2014
San Antonio Water System’s (SAWS) project to clean downtown sewer infrastructure around Commerce and Alamo streets will begin at midnight, Feb. 1. Phase 1: Feb. 1 – Feb. 5* The Downtown Project’s Phase I will begin on Feb. 1 at midnight. Feb. 1: Two lanes on Commerce St. and one bus lane on Alamo St. will remain closed from midnight until Feb. 5. Feb. 1: Set up equipment to by-pass existing sewer lines. This includes piping and traffic ramps on Alamo.