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People all over San Antonio waited in long lines for hours to score some of the best deals for this year's Black Friday. [Read More]
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Are you ready? San Antonio's seventh annual Mayor's Light Up Downtown Contest starts Friday. You can vote for your favorite downtown holiday lighting displays from... [Read More]
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Tuesday marks the 54th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy's first and only visit to San Antonio. It also marks the last full day he... [Read More]
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John Hagee, Max Lucado recognized for their influence... [Read More]
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Cool temperatures in the 70s will make a nice addition to the Thanksgiving table for San Antonians this year. [Read More]
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San Antonians walked and rode bicycles to Hemisfair Park on Sunday to participated in the third World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims. [Read More]
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Hundreds gathered at Hemisfair Park on Sunday to remember more than 125 San Antonians who lost their lives in traffic accidents this year. City officials... [Read More]
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San Antonians gathered Thursday to remember transgender victims killed by violence in the U.S. this year. Naomi Brown, with The San Antonio Pride Center, said... [Read More]
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October marks the third-highest month for San Antonians arrested on felony drunken driving charges, records obtained by mySA.com show. [Read More]
San Antonians will soon have a new place to grab a quick bite- 151 Saloon's food truck park is set to open this weekend. [Read More]
Days after Devin Kelley killed 26 members of Sutherland Springs' First Baptist Church with an AR-15 assault rifle, Academy (the store where Kelley had legally... [Read More]
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday approved an incentive package to bring a new financial services client delivery center to the city. Ernst and... [Read More]
Community Bible Church wants to see more San Antonians at houses of worship than ever before this weekend.        ... [Read More]
Community Bible Church wants to see more San Antonians at houses of worship than ever before this weekend. [Read More]
District 4 City Councilman Rey Saldana on Wednesday made a plea to the community to come forward with information into the shooting death of a... [Read More]
More than 100 people got a small glimpse of what it takes to be a member of the San Antonio Police Department's SWAT team. [Read More]
From its cuisine and art to its music and dancing, India brought its culture to the thousands who descended on La Villita for food and... [Read More]
San Antonians are an especially stubborn lot when it comes to Mexican food; we have our firmly held opinions, our favorite places ... and, frequently,... [Read More]
Nonalcoholic Fatty Liver Disease affects 40% of San Antonio residents. [Read More]
Evidenced by multiple recent events themed after iconic Mexican illustrator José Guadalupe Posada's beloved character la Calavera Catrina, many San Antonians couldn't wait for Día... [Read More]
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