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Police: Armed man fatally shot after threatening family at South Side restaurant

Police: Armed man fatally shot after threatening family at South Side restaurant



2017-12-07T04:30:10+0000

Police say a man licensed to carry a concealed weapon saved the day

A man is dead Wednesday night after attempting to rob a another man and his family at a South Side restaurant, police said.


My San Antonio from the Express-News: https://trib.al/x1aY8jZ

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STAR WARS LIGHT SHOW: A San Antonio family created this out-of-this-galaxy Star Wars light show at their home. It's complete with Darth Vadar, Star Wars music and 17,000 lights! bit.ly/2jQAaPG
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Caleb Leeper This is why I'm going to grad school. So that I have money to do this to my house one day.

I would be pissed if I lived next to them haha

, I'm sorry but this has nothing to do with Christmas at all is going to the point people don't even know what true meaning of Christmas is that Jesus is the reason for the season course I love Christmas lights but keep the traditional

Actually I did not watch the video but I think the girl has no right to beat up her boyfriend in public. Maybe they should report the matter to their village elders but if the neighbour refuse to pay his rent they should just kill the landlord and forget about the missing car.

If this is a Christmas light display.. I would REALLY prefer that they synchronize it to “ We three Kings”.. for the season!!!!

Oh hell no. 1.. Do this for halloween. What in the world does this have to do with Christmas? 2.. Don't do this if you're my neighbor... I will ruin you 😂😂

Hey fox 4 do u want a scoop? How about u tell tue city to fix them freaking cameras at bith mockingbird, amd lovers lane intersection ... theyre both down and keep on flashing ... i have to receive like tons of other people like me tons of red light tickets? How about that? Another one os on cole and lemmon avenue pfff irritating

Carolina Macias it has nothing to do with Star Wars imo.. if you were to drive by it without the music itll just look lame. But cool lights!

if anyone want to know the song. it’s a cover of: The Imperial March - Celldweller

Jessica Pittman let's go see this when we are there. I don't care for star wars but it's pretty. Kay Pittman

I bet the neighbors are annoyed lol

Anybody else notice Taco Cabana’s tacos are getting smaller? Why are they doing this to us?

It's too much....not very Christmas like I think

I wouldn't even bother putting up lights on my house if I lived by them lol Tarsis Matamoros

Don’t get me wrong..I love it but..that song has me wondering if they are devil worshippers??!! Lol

Ricky Angulo omg! And I can't even get the lights on my tree to work lmao

Yeah I love Star Wars but this is terrible. Don't care for techno

Wow imagine the electricity bill for the month lol

Juanita Soto u see this lol!! And is San Antonio

Gianni Carson I think this warrants a trip to Texas

Christmas... when else can a person spend $11,000 on a light display?

I don’t like star wars but that’s pretty cool 😂

I'm still waiting for the christmas lights

And then someone blows their house up....there's the "power of the dark side", impressed?

“I find your lack of stocking stuffers disturbing” <heavy breathing>

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A North Texas teen has captured the world's attention after helping a Dallas BMW Marathon runner, who was in visible pain, cross the finish line. "I'm not just going to be here and cheer for her to get back up," the teen recalled. "I'm going to help this amazing athlete up!" bit.ly/2Av80UT ... See MoreSee Less

 

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now that, my friends, is how we should treat each other!!! high five, you sweet child......this is how life should be done!!!! i pray my children grow up to have that kind of compassion for others!! her parents deserve a pat on the back!! God bless her!!

Her parents have done such an amazing job raising that fine young lady. Sometimes in life we have to work as a team. Bless her heart and future. Shes truly an amazing person she didn’t doubt not even one second to help someone in need. Bravo 👏🏽

The world really needs more wonderful people like this. Selfless and kind acts makes this a better world for all of us and our children.

Good for this teen helping. But what I don't understand why would someone want to do this to themselves.

That was me at work today waiting for 5pm😩

That's good and all, but she should not have been named the Winner. She had help. What about the people who actually finished it without help. This is a competitive sporting event. After all said and done she should have been ineligible to receive 1st place.

Awesome class! So blessed to be helped by such a caring person! Her world is not yuan about her,bless the parents of this young Lady! God will continue to carry you through your life!

The best part about it is this is who she is all the time. Great family.

Great young lady her parents should be proud

Keep pushing eachother for a better tomorrow, together 👏

Which was totally against the rules, but hey, whatever.

Nice to see another example of someone with their priorities straight

Nice what she did helping her, dumb on the other runners behalf.......

Awesome teen. Parents should be proud.

That's one amazing young lady

This how we do it in TEXAS 🙌🏻

My days of crossing finish lines and determinations like these are over

I watched that as it was happening, I had tears in my eyes.

I think the teen should have won. js

That was so awesome

It's great to see something nice happen instead of all the negativity 😉

What an absolutely Wonderful young lady. Her parents must be so very proud ❤️

Watched this live Sunday. Great display of dedication and determination.

#greenhillschool

More someone carried across the finish line

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I was really Hoping that Mack Brown our former head Coach was going to be named the New AD but this guy is a great choice too and happy with Him being named AD just thought Mack Brown would Be the perfect person for the Position but welcome to Austin Chris Del Conte

Hate to see him leave TCU, but welcome to UT!

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December 11, 1886
A small group of black farmers organized the Colored Farmers' National Alliance and Cooperative Union in Houston County, Texas to discuss solutions to economic problems resulting from falling commodity prices, rising farm costs, and high interest rates. They received a federal charter two years later. The Alliance declined after a clash over a failed cotton strike in 1891.
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December 11, 1886
A small group of black farmers organized the Colored Farmers National Alliance and Cooperative Union in Houston County, Texas to discuss solutions to economic problems resulting from falling commodity prices, rising farm costs, and high interest rates.  They received a federal charter two years later.  The Alliance declined after a clash over a failed cotton strike in 1891.
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