City leaders, area chamber presidents and Walmart officials officially broke ground at the site of a new store to be built on the city’s south side. The 180,000 foot store will be located at I-35 and Palo Alto Road, where Palo Alto meets Patron Street.
Daniel Morales with Walmart said opening stores in communities often sparks economic growth.
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Boy Scouts of America leaders are weighing the possibility of lifting its ban on homosexual members and leaders, but a nation-wide policy could do little to nothing to effect change at local clubs throughout the country.
A statement by the organization said chartered clubs would accept membership and select leaders based on its mission, principles, or religious beliefs.
Thousands of people crowded the parking lot of Cowboys Dancehall this morning for the 35th annual Cowboy Breakfast in what has become a San Antonio Rodeo tradition. Although people show up for the free food, one local college benefits from the remaining sponsorship money
Roughly 35,000 people turned out for this year’s breakfast, and the unseasonably warm 60 degree weather and overcast skies only helped attendance.
Taking in the music, Brenda Duarte was waiting in line for food and said this is her third year attending with family.
The City of San Antonio’s Inner City Reinvestment/Infill Policy for several years has focused on reinvesting in neighborhoods, businesses and properties, particularly in urban areas that have gone untouched for decades.
Laura Rios performs a traditional Matachin song at the closing of Jane Madrigal's exhibit, Journey to the Underworld and Other Forbidden Places before the End of Time, which was on display at Bihl Haus Arts from November 2012 through January 2013.
The installation featured a temple to Coyolxauhqui, goddess of the moon, and artworks dedicated to other indigenous feminine deities revered before the conquest. These works honor the ancient belief that held sacred the feminine principle and equated it with spiritual power and reverence.
Across the country, people marched in memory of doctor Martin Luther King Jr. and the fight for civil rights. San Antonio is believed to have one of the largest marches in the country and the fight for equality here is focused on the rights of African-Americans, and immigrants as well.
More than 100,000 people, including dozens of organizations, marched down San Antonio’s MLK drive in the predominately African-American east side. San Antonio as a whole is mostly Hispanic -- about 55 percent -- and has a large immigrant population.