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Downtown Development
4:53 pm
Thu November 7, 2013

1948 Deed May Snag H-E-B Plan To Close Main Avenue Downtown

City of San Antonio

Update (11/8): City officials and H-E-B both told the Express-News that they are aware of the newly-discovered deed, but don't see it presenting any problems for the plan to close Main Avenue.

H-E-B released a statement on the deed:

“It is our understanding that the grantor's rights were acquired by H-E-B as a part of the Arsenal property when it was purchased in 1982.

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The Source - October 29, 2013
3:04 pm
Tue October 29, 2013

The Source: Streamlining Health Information | H-E-B Downtown

Flikr.com User LTD Team

In the first segment:

Having all your health information at the fingertips of your doctors is more than just a useful desire, according to several recent studies it is an endeavor that would save time, millions of dollars per year to consumers as well as improve health outcomes.

As part of the Affordable Care Act, hospitals and healthcare providers are required to implement a lot of changes in the way that medical records are accessible. Health information exchanges are being built throughout the country in counties and cities.

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Developing
12:46 pm
Thu October 24, 2013

H-E-B's Updated Downtown Plan Still Leaves Residents with Questions

H-E-B and representatives of the city met Wednesday with Southtown citizens concerned about a deal to bring a grocery store downtown, at the cost of closing a street. The King William association and the anti-street closure group mainaccess.org are working to protect their neighborhood.

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The Source - July 18, 2013
12:28 pm
Thu July 18, 2013

The Source: Rolling Stone's Boston Bombing Cover | The Militarization Of The Police

Tomorrow's Rolling Stone Cover has people up in arms
Rolling Stone

Segment 1:

The announcement of the July 19 cover for Rolling Stone magazine has created a firestorm for the company with several retail outlets calling foul and stating they won't carry tomorrow's issue. Walmart, Wallgreens, C.V.S. and San Antonio-based H-E-B are among the stores you won't be able to purchase the edition from here in San Antonio.

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Higher Education
3:17 pm
Tue April 9, 2013

UTSA Names Student Center In Honor Of H-E-B

UTSA President Ricardo Romo next to a giant shopping cart with some horsepower.
Eileen Pace TPR

UTSA has renamed its student center the "H-E-B University Center" in thanks for the company's extensive contributions to the university's capital campaign.

Last week UTSA announced the receipt of a $5 million gift and the creation of the H-E-B Faculty Research Excellence Fund, which brings H-E-B’s overall support to more than $7 million.

The $5 million was matched by other private gifts to total $10 million for endowed professorships and chairs in all of UTSA’s nine colleges. It is the largest private challenge gift in UTSA history.

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Community Health
4:12 pm
Mon January 14, 2013

Slimming Down More Than A Resolution For Showdown Participants

Nancy Martinez said she wants to embrace a healthy lifestyle to pass on to her family.
Joey Palacios Texas Public Radio

As the second edition of HEB’s 16-week Slimdown Showdown begins, the 25 competitors participating this year are taking physicals through the Methodist Health System.

This week is Fit Camp where the contestants attend classes on healthy living and do tests to see where they are physically. On the first day, 34-year-old Juan Ramirez of San Antonio is taking a stress test on a treadmill.

Ramirez said the $10,000 grand prize is not the main goal, instead he wants to lose about 60 lbs. and get a better handle on his lifestyle.

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Healthy Living
11:05 pm
Thu January 3, 2013

Nutrition Labels Hope to Encourage Healthy Choices

New nutrition labels depicting "Heart Healthy" and "Organic" are displayed near the price of tomato sauce in one of the store's aisles.
Joey Palacios Texas Public Radio

HEB is the first grocery chain in Texas to roll out a new nutrition labeling system on items in its stores to assist people in making healthy food choices.

Following guidelines from the USDA, color coded icons appear next to the prices of many items on HEB shelves, to indicate the health factors of a particular food. HEB has piloted this program for about a year, and it’s now being rolled out company wide.

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HEB Slimdown Showdown
10:17 am
Thu October 11, 2012

HEB's Slimdown Showdown finishes nearly 1,000 lbs. thinner

Slimdown Showdown Winner Allison Spangler poses with other contestants at the competition's finale. Spangler lost 47 pounds during the 16 week course of the competition.
Joey Palacios Texas Public Radio

HEB’s Slimdown Showdown came to close this week as 24 contestants selected from all over Texas lost nearly 956 pounds collectively during the  16-week competition.

Slimdown winner Allison Spangler is a school teacher at Stevens High School in San Antonio; she lost 46 pounds during the competition.

"My life is completely different," said Spangler. "I feel fantastic and this is only my half-way point."

Spangler said the lower weight has given her more energy and a healthier lifestyle.

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