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Centro San Antonio, a nonprofit that is a booster for downtown and receives city funding to manage things like the River Walk recently delivered a privately funded study on the feasibility of a downtown AAA baseball stadium. The San Antonio Express-News has been trying to get a hold of the study, but efforts through Centro and the City have been rebuffed.

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City leaders and the San Antonio Police Officer’s Association are praising a long-awaited deal on a new contract.  There are some concessions on each side but both welcomed the end of two years of negotiations at a City Hall press conference Wednesday. 

 

Chris Eudaily / TPR News

The City of San Antonio and Bexar County are entering into an $18 million agreement to purchase Toyota Field in hopes of securing a Major League Soccer franchise.

Toyota Field is the soccer stadium currently owned by Gordon Hartman and where the San Antonio Scorpions play as a minor league team. The stadium would require voter-approved upgrades before being ready for an MLS team. 

Ryan Loyd / TPR News

San Antonio has been locked in a contentious battle between public safety unions and city negotiators for more than a year. We check in with both sides to find out how close we are to a done deal when it comes to Police and Fire contracts.

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After a journey of five years, the Chamber Orchestra of San Antonio makes their first concert appearance at Pearl Stables.

Conductor Carlos Izcaray will lead works by Mozart, Wagner, Monteverdi, Varese, J.C. Bach and Ives. The program is called "The Perennial Contest."