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Good morning and TGIF!
What are your plans this weekend? Leslie says she’s attending a going away party tonight then having a spa day with her daughter on Sunday. I wasn’t invited.
Since Lake Dunlap has been drained by this week’s dam failure, I’m planning to go kayak fishing with my son at Medina Lake on Sunday. I bet we wind up swimming at some point with temperatures hovering near 90 degrees. Oh yeah!
Have a great day and a better weekend!
– Mark & Leslie
Here’s what’s on Good Morning San Antonio for Friday, May 17:
A spill gate at Dunlap Dam failed Tuesday morning, sending a wave of water cascading downstream and dramatically lowering the level of the lake upstream. A spokeswoman for the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority said it is too soon to say what will happen with the damaged spill gate or, therefore, how long the lake will stay low.
The San Antonio Zoo is celebrating its upcoming summer down under with koalas, kangaroos and emus. Koalas are returning to the zoo after more than two decades for a summer vacation from the San Diego Zoo.
Whether it be for breakfast or lunch, the time spent inside Heartstone Bakery and Cafe is delightful. The restaurant has been a part of San Antonio since 2006, and is now opening a second location at 3920 Harry Wurzbach Rd.
A 15-year-old is now undergoing therapy and an 11-year-old is still in the intensive care unit after a fire that badly burned them broke out earlier this month on the Southeast Side. San Antonio fire officials said the fire started after they tried to put gas inside a go-kart in a garage.
Whataburger has hired financial service giant Morgan Stanley to help the San Antonio-based fast food chain “explore options” for the company’s future growth. While the options remain unclear, Reuters reported earlier this month that the company is looking into possibly selling a minority stake to a private investor or an equity firm.
District 5 on the West Side is rich with culture and home to hard-working families, some of whom have built their own businesses. Unfortunately, the area also claims an unfavorable distinction as being one of the most murderous districts in 2018.
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