An alternative Spurs logo was recently leaked on the internet.  The design resembles a black and white basketball with the initials "S.A," also done in black and gray.

UT Health San Antonio

A San Antonio cancer researcher has won a grant worth more than three million dollars to work in the cutting edge field of immunotherapy.

Tyler Curiel, MD, of UT Health Cancer Center was awarded what’s called a “provocative questions” grant from the National Cancer Institute.

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You’ve heard of fake news.  What about fake food?  A New York Times bestselling author has written a book about that. You may not always be getting what you pay for at a restaurant or grocery store. And that could impact your health.

At the San Antonio Book Festival this spring, author Larry Olmsted talked about his new book Real Food, Fake Food. It’s both a cautionary tale and a crusade.

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Ron Nirenberg’s campaign headquarters was a one-time car lot on Broadway across from Maverick Park. This is where former mayors Phil Hardberger and Julian Castro also set up shop and forged paths to the mayor’s office – and now it was Nirenberg’s turn.

At 7PM Saturday when the early voting totals were posted online by the Bexar County Election’s Office it was clear that Nirenberg’s victory was almost a certainty. And as Election Day ballot results came in his margin grew, ending the night with 55 percent of the vote against Ivy Taylor’s 45 percent.

Texas Public Radio news reporters won 8 Lone Star Awards Saturday night, in a statewide journalism contest sponsored by the Houston Press Club.

“It’s great to see so many of our news staff recognized for their excellent work,” said TPR News Director Shelley Kofler.

Two reporters took first place honors:  David Martin Davies for his hard news feature, Lessons Learned from a Night in the Bexar County Jail.” Davies spent a night in the jail to observe the circumstances that may lead to inmate suicide, and the law enforcement efforts to prevent it.