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A retailer out of Gulfport, Miss., is bringing items of some faraway lands to North Central San Antonio.
AVAILABLE. GOOD AFTERNOON, I'M DAVID SEARS IN FOR MARK AUSTIN. ALSO NEW AT NOON, POLICE ARE SEARCHING FOR AN ARMED BANK ROBBER ON SAN ANTONIO'S FAR NORTH SIDE.
The historic Woodlawn Theatre stages the San Antonio premiere of the cat and mouse musical, Catch Me If You Can.
Broadway's biggest Blockbuster, WICKED, flew out of the Majestic Theatre on Sunday, March 30, after a 24-performance return engagement in San Antonio presented by Broadway in San Antonio.
A San Antonio pit bull rescue group is standing firm on allegations a dog was nearly severed at the neck on the city's northeast side.
The desert canyonlands formed by the Rio Grande, Devil's, and Pecos rivers may appear inhospitable to travelers driving west of Del Rio on US 90. Rugged limestone canyons cut through sun-drenched desert plains of thorny brush vegetation like sotol, lechuguilla, yucca, and prickly pear.
The San Antonio Independent School District plans to open its second early college high school this year, giving more students a chance to earn college credit while earning their high school diplomas.
The San Antonio branch of light maker Sylvania Lighting Services was closed as part of its parent company's move to shed more than 900 jobs in the United States.
NEW THIS MORNING, POLICE BELIEVE THEY FOUND THE MASK AND MACHETE USED TO ROB A VICTIM.
The U.S. Small Business Administration , San Antonio District Office and the South-West Texas Border Small Business Development Center Network will honor the district 2014 Small Business Week Winners at an awards ceremony to be held on May 30, 2014, from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Omni Hotel, 9821 Colonnade Boulevard, San Antonio.
In time for summer vacation planning, Trip Advisor has announced the top 25 travel spots in the U.S., as determined by travelers.
Houston-based engineering firm S&B Infrastructure Ltd. has opened a Laredo branch office to serve the Eagle Ford Shale and to contend for oil well projects and more in the region.
And now, local brokers Joshua C. Dym and Kevin Crawford have joined forces to find the buyer who could write the next chapter for The Church Property, an historical building in the King William District south of downtown.