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  2. KABB - Wikipedia

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    KABB (channel 29) is a television station in San Antonio, Texas, United States, affiliated with the Fox network. It is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group alongside dual NBC/CW affiliate WOAI-TV (channel 4); Sinclair also provides certain services to Kerrville-licensed Dabl affiliate KMYS (channel 35) under joint sales and shared services agreements (JSA/SSA) with Deerfield Media.

  3. KVHP - Wikipedia

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    KVHP (channel 29) is a television station in Lake Charles, Louisiana, United States, affiliated with Fox and ABC. It is owned by American Spirit Media, which maintains a shared services agreement (SSA) with Gray Television, owner of dual NBC / CW+ affiliate KPLC (channel 7), for the provision of certain services.

  4. Fox 29 - Wikipedia

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    Fox 29 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia FOX 29 may refer to one of the following television stations in the United States affiliated with the Fox Broadcasting Company: Current KABB in San Antonio, Texas KVHP in Lake Charles, Louisiana WFLX in West Palm Beach, Florida WTXF-TV in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania WUTV in Buffalo, New York Former

  5. NYC’s New Mask Fine Adds to America’s COVID-19 Confusion

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    People in San Antonio are subject to Texas’ statewide mask mandate. First-time offenders will receive a warning and repeat offenders can be fined up to $250 per violation. Philadelphia

  6. KQVE-LD - Wikipedia

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    KQVE-LD From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia KQVE-LD is a low-powered television station (LPTV) owned by the Daystar television network. It broadcasts on virtual channel 46 and licensed to San Antonio, Texas by Word Of God Fellowship. It is not yet available on Time Warner Cable . References [ edit] External links [ edit]

  7. Timeline of San Antonio - Wikipedia

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    1973 – San Antonio Spurs basketball team active. 1975 – Lila Cockrell elected Mayor, San Antonio's first woman mayor. 1978 – City passes ordinance creating VIA Metropolitan Transit Authority, the public transport system for San Antonio. 1980. San Antonio Botanical Garden opens. Annual Tejano Music Awards begin.

  8. KHBS - Wikipedia

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    KHBS (channel 40) is a television station in Fort Smith, Arkansas, United States, affiliated with ABC and The CW Plus. It is simulcast full-time over satellite station KHOG-TV (channel 29) in Fayetteville.

  9. KXII - Wikipedia

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    Subsequently, on April 29, 2013, KXII began producing an hour-long weekday morning newscast at 7:00 a.m., titled News 12 Good Day, which competed against CBS This Morning on the station's main channel ( Good Day was canceled in September 2015 due to low viewership, with KXII-DT3 concurrently adding a simulcast of News 12 AM ). Technical information