Bexar County’s medical examiner blames lack of data for the decision not to list heat as a cause on any summer deaths.
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On August 12, 2023, after enduring nearly a month of triple-digit temperatures Garcia, at age 56, passed away. Residents are now seeking to hold city and state agencies accountable for his death.
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San Antonio residents call on VIA to install more bus shelters, share DIY tips on cutting the heat at monthly Southwest Workers Union food distribution event.
Volunteers flock to Key Largo to go underwater and help restore one of the world’s most important ecosystems.
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