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Report: WNBA’s San Antonio Stars to move from San Antonio to Las Vegas

Spurs Sports & Entertainment, which owns the San Antonio-based WNBA franchise, has an agreement in place to sell the team to an unnamed buyer who plans to relocate the team to Nevada, sources told ESPN on Thursday night. Photo courtesy of San Antonio Stars/Twitter The San Antonio Stars are on the verge of moving to Las Vegas. Spurs Sports &…

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Manu Ginobili Says Spurs Won’t Be ‘Full Throttle’ to Start NBA Season

San Antonio Spurs guard Manu Ginobili doesn’t think his team is going to come out firing to start the 2017-18 season. "We are not going to start full throttle," Ginobili said Wednesday, per Michael C. Wright of ESPN.com. "We’re not going to start as ready to compete as in previous years. But we’ll figure it out." There is a reason…

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San Antonio Spurs Coach calls the US an ’embarrassment in the world,’ rails against support for Trump

One of the NBA’s most lauded and longest tenured coaches departed from basketball talk and spoke candidly about his views on activism in athletics, white privilege and the presidency. The charged remarks came from coach Gregg Popovich during Monday’s media day, ahead of his 21st season leading the San Antonio Spurs. Without naming President Donald Trump specifically, "Pop," as his…

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August hiring accelerates in Texas, San Antonio ahead of Harvey

Texas hiring accelerated in August as the state added 20,400 jobs, compared with 11,200 in July as the state braced for Hurricane Harvey’s impact, the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas reported Friday. Hiring was also good last month in San Antonio, which added 6,400 new jobs, the Dallas Fed said. That compares with just 400 new positions added in July…

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Charter schools become popular choice in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – Grade school campuses that don’t belong to local public or private schools are popping up all over San Antonio. Tuition-free charter schools are becoming a popular choice for families in San Antonio. One charter school system that is rapidly expanding is GreatHearts. According to a spokesperson, GreatHearts is on track to build a new school in San…

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San Antonio Readies for Hurricane Harvey; Hundreds of Evacuees Arrive

Hundreds of evacuees arrived in San Antonio Friday morning as Hurricane Harvey inched toward the coast, but with the city expected to experience flooding of its own, officials were preparing for the worst. "We’re in a bit of flash flood alley … so we’re making sure everyone is aware of the weather situation," San Antonio mayor Ron Nirenberg said during…

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San Antonio Has Bragging Rights That Dallas And Houston Do Not

The state of Texas doesn’t do anything small. The state is huge, the population is huge, and some of the major cities aren’t exactly small either. The Dallas/Ft. Worth area is one of the largest and fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country, home to a number of businesses and their headquarters. The city lays claim to fame through the Dallas…

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TEA is probing another San Antonio school district

Harlandale Independent School District is under a special accreditation investigation due to complaints about governance, nepotism, contract procurement and conflict of interest, according to a letter sent by the Texas Education Agency to board members and Superintendent Reynaldo Madrigal. The mid-sized school district on the South Side is the fourth in Bexar County to face an accreditation investigation in recent…

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8th Wonder approaches ‘regional’ milestone, expands to San Antonio, Galveston

Houston’s 8th Wonder Brewery has begun selling beer in San Antonio and expects within the next 30 days to be in Galveston. The moves beyond Beltway 8 coincide with the local craft’s entrance into the category of regional craft brewery, the next step in size beyond “microbrewery.” Brewers Association guidelines describe a regional as one that produces between 15,000 and…

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