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App that connects people's requests, complaints to the city launches

San Antonio residents who want to request services or report infrastructure issues to the city can now do so via a smartphone app built by local technology startup CityFlag Inc. CityFlag this week r…
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Hixon Cavender Broadway office project breaks ground, gets new name

The building's new name is linked to its mass timber construction.
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Where are all these new Texans coming from?

In 2016, 531,996 people moved to Texas, averaging about 1,458 per day. When you account for the number of Texans who leave, we're one of the fastest-growing states via migration.
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Houston-based developer enters SA with 400K-sq-ft industrial project

The project will be built on San Antonio's Northeast Side.
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Alamodome’s future in hands of retooled team

New leaders will be tasked with keeping the aging building competitive so that the Alamo City remains in the hunt for major events.
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EDITOR'S NOTES: Corporate-school partnership makes room for interns

Michelle Garcia, Highlands High School’s engineering institute magnet coordinator, had no idea during last school year’s final weeks that she would play a major role in creating a new model for local…
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Who is buying and selling San Antonio?

San Antonio's booming real estate market is drawing buyers from across the globe, and sellers are taking notice.
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Largest wind farm in Latin America begins operations (slideshow)

The largest wind farm in Latin America has started operations about 250 miles south of San Antonio. Mexican officials held a Monday afternoon event to inaugurate the first phase of operations at th…
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Texas Legislature could trump San Antonio's new paid sick leave ordinance

Despite the San Antonio City Council adopting a paid sick leave ordinance on Thursday, many believe it is unlikely to effect next August as scheduled. While concerns were raised in council chambers …
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SwRI opens lab for collaborative robots

San Antonio-based Southwest Research Institute is standing up a new laboratory focused on robots that would potentially work collaboratively and safely with humans for industrial uses. At the new la…
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LA-based company buys 165K-square-foot downtown building

The new owner has been on a buying and selling streak recently.
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Longtime San Antonio restaurateur takes helm of Texas Restaurant Association board

The Texas Restaurant Association named longtime San Antonio restaurateur Jimmy Hasslocher as its new president at its annual TRA Marketplace meeting, which was held in San Antonio last month. Hasslo…
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40,000 people are waiting to try Alamo Drafthouse's subscription movie pass

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema LLC has received a lot of customer interest for its subscription movie pass. The Austin-based chain in July started beta testing the program, Alamo Season Pass, at a theater …
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Pizza spot opens at The Maverick Building

Chef Stefan Bowers said the new pizza spot will be a "college kids paradise."
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San Antonio City Council approves paid sick leave ordinance

The San Antonio City Council on Thursday adopted an ordinance mandating that employers within the city provide paid sick time to workers. The amendment to the city’s health code requires employers i…
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