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By: Fox S.A. Staff
There is now a better sense of the cost of damage from the fire at a storage unit business on San Antonio's northwest side.
Officials now say the fire caused at least $80,000 in damage.
But officials say that number could only rise.
The fire damaged 27 units at Uncle Bob's Storage on Culebra and we're told not all of the people affected have showed up to sort through their belongings.
There's still no word on what sparked the fire.
Senate passes budget, deal reached on education
May 25, 2013 22:08 GMT
By CHRIS TOMLINSON Associated Press
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) -- The Texas Senate has passed a budget, lawmakers have reached a deal on public education changes and Gov. Rick Perry will soon receive a bill requiring drug screening for unemployment benefits.
The Texas Legislature worked Saturday to wrap up regular business before the end of the 83rd Legislative session on Monday.
The Senate approved spending $94.6 billion in general revenue, an 8 percent increase in the two-year budget. That's less than the rate of population growth plus inflation.
The top education policy writers also announced an agreement to cut the number of standardized tests needed for high school graduation from 15 to five. They also changed curriculum standards.
The Legislature has also given final approval to a requirement some people must take a drug test for unemployment benefits.
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