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San Antonio ranks No. 3 for largest 1-year population increase, July 2015 to July 2016

San Antonio ranked third among U.S. cities in terms of the number of people added from July 1, 2015, to July 1, 2016, with a net increase of 24,473 residents, according to new population estimates rel ...

San Antonio passes over favored Chicago bidder for river boat contract

The San Antonio City Council voted 10-1 on Thursday to award a long-term contract to a joint venture involving Houston-based Landry's Inc. to operate the city's lucrative river boat business.The sel ...

City Council awards riverboat contract to group involving Landry's, passes on Chicago bidder

The San Antonio City Council voted 10-1 on Thursday to award a long-term contract to a joint venture involving Houston-based Landry's Inc. to operate the city's lucrative riverboat business.The sele ...

Open call to pitch changes to San Antonio's city charter

The city of San Antonio's constitution, or city charter, is under review, and local leadership is reaching out to the public for suggestions about potential changes.San Antonio's city charter has be ...

Phoenix tops US in population growth (more than LA, NYC) and why that's good for the economy, business

Phoenix is tops in the U.S. for population growth, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau.Phoenix added 32,113 persons to its population between July 2015 and July 2016. That's more than ...

Construction set to begin on $16M SoFlo area arts center

Nearly two years after the Linda Pace Foundation first unveiled plans for a multi-story arts center in San Antonio's SoFlo district, crews are expected to break ground on the project next week.The $ ...

Nirenberg and Taylor square off over controversial riverboat contract

One day out from the City Council's expected vote on who should get a 10-year contract to operate a new fleet of boats on the San Antonio River, mayoral candidate Ron Nirenberg and incumbent Ivy Taylo ...

Tamaulipas to open San Antonio trade office focusing on energy

Less than one year after getting elected to office, Tamaulipas Gov. Francisco Cabeza de Vaca is fulfilling a campaign promise to open a trade office in San Antonio.Cabeza de Vaca won a six-year term ...

Meet the Texas Research Technology Foundation's newest executive

A telecom industry entrepreneur turned technology incubator executive moved to San Antonio from Fort Worth recently to take a new role inside the Texas Research Technology Foundation.The local non- ...

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From amusing to outright weird: What emojis feature on Twitter's new list

CALIFORNIA, U.S. - Twitter has introduced 234 variations of 69 unique new images and its new emojis that are now available on the site range from amusing to outright weird. From mermaid

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The jungle book 2016

Jon Favreau’s The Jungle Book is being described as a live-action updating of Disney’s 1967 classic animated film, and that description is both testament to how well the film works and how thoroughly blurred the divide between the “real” and the computer-generated has become...

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