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Exhibition - Lol: The Art Of Staged Comedy At Mcnay Art Museum

Sick of reality. Need a good laugh. Prescribe yourself a dose of humor and get immersed in the comical designs of Leon Bakst, Giorgio de Chirico, Susan Hilferty, Gregg Barnes, and many more. Explore …
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Alamo Colleges taps longtime UTSA eco dev leader to oversee workforce development

Alamo Colleges has named Robert McKinley as its new vice chancellor of economic and workforce development. McKinley is the senior associate vice president for economic development and chief engageme…
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Housing inventory tightens despite a drop in home sales

San Antonio home sales dipped for the second straight month, while housing inventory saw a 10 basis point drop during September.
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Paid sick leave opposition optimistic relief will come from courts

What happens in Austin's Third Court of Appeals could determine the fate of an ordinance affecting San Antonio businesses set to take effect in August 2019.
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Watchdog group gives Whataburger an "F" on antibiotics use

A new report from a national watchdog group gives San Antonio-based Whataburger and 21 other fast food chains an "F" over how antibiotics are used in their beef supplies. U.S. Public Interest Resear…
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UTSA plans new housing and Roadrunner Village for main campus

The University of Texas at San Antonio plans to launch a comprehensive new housing initiative for its main campus that will include building a new mixed-use village along its southern border. That p…
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Hackers view small suppliers as easy path to high-profile targets

The hackers had just stolen a new season of "Orange is the New Black." But they didn't get it from Netflix. Instead, they found the files on the servers of a small audio production company. Using a …
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Ransomware: Is the worst yet to come?

For hackers, it's close to a perfect crime. Ransomware offers plenty of easy targets, lots of money and virtually no way to trace it. It's become a favorite tool of nation-state hackers and transnat…
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It’s time law enforcement gets serious about cybercrime

When someone breaks into your home, you don’t hesitate to call the police and report the crime. But, when someone plants a virus on your computer, do you still call the police? How do you even determ…
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How insiders pose risks to an organization’s networks

The picture looked innocent. Just a sun peeking over the horizon. The caption: “Happy Fourth of July.” But embedded in the digital photo's ones and zeroes, authorities allege, was a trove of technic…
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NSA cybersecurity adviser asks SA businesses for help with Chinese hacks

The national agency is looking to collaborate with the private sector to identify attacks and "push out" intruders from U.S. business networks.
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Bankruptcy puts 37,000 acres of West Texas up for sale

A 37,000-acre West Texas ranch is up for sale after a federal bankruptcy court ordered the sale of the property and all of its assets. KC7 Ranch near Balmorhea in the Davis Mountains will be liquida…
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(Exclusive) Mayor’s committee close to recommending: Stay on current airport site

A group headed by Denim Group principal John Dickson concluded that the existing airport's real estate can serve the city through 2068.
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SwRI to develop $119 million power plant using supercritical carbon dioxide technology

Power plants of the future may generate electricity using desk-sized turbines running on carbon dioxide instead of steam — if a project in San Antonio proves successful. Southwest Research Institut…
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New Alliance league announces first game at the Alamodome

The eight-team Alliance of American Football will kick off its inaugural season a week after Super Bowl LIII with a pair of games on Feb. 9, including one from San Antonio’s Alamodome. The San Anton…
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