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By: Jennifer Saucedo
Police say 45-year-old Guadalupe Esparza was shot in the head while exercising at Sunrise Park Monday night. Investigators say Esparza was an innocent bystander. Officers say a fight between two different groups sparked the shooting.
"Words were exchanged and at one point one of the actors in the car pulled a shot gun out of the car and started shooting," said San Antonio Police Department Spokesman Sergeant Javier Salazar.
Esparza was transported to SAMMC and is expected to survive. Police are searching for several suspects. Investigators say they were seen in a small white or silver car.
If you have any information on the shooting, please contact the Homicide Division at 210-207-7635.
Perry, Texas Legislature to honor fallen soldiers
May 25, 2013 08:12 GMT
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- Gov. Rick Perry is addressing a joint session of the Legislature to honor Texans killed in combat.
Lawmakers from both chambers will crowd onto the House floor Saturday to join relatives of those fallen for a tearful tribute to soldiers from the state killed on the battlefield.
It will be a solemn start to a busy -- perhaps even frantic -- final weekend of the 140-day legislative session, which ends Monday.
Perry has not commented on whether he will call lawmakers back to work for a special session to tackle unfinished business.
But settling disputed voting maps is likely to keep the Legislature working until June.
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst, who oversees the Senate, also has said he'd like more time to revive tighter abortion restrictions and looser gun laws.
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