Technology & Entrepreneurship

Carson Frame / Texas Public Radio

A national nonprofit that helps active duty service members, veterans and military spouses on the path to becoming tech entrepreneurs is in San Antonio this week. Patriot Boot Camp kicked off its second round of technology workshops on Friday.


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City officials are encouraging the local entrepreneur and tech communities to help solve some of San Antonio's pressing technological dilemmas. 


Paul Flahive | Texas Public Radio

Seven city departments are vying for a chance to collaborate with outside startups to deliver services better.

The hope is that entrepreneurs will apply for the CivTechSA program to work with city departments.


Carson Frame / TPR News

  A non-profit for military entrepreneurs celebrated the launch of its San Antonio chapter Friday.


While investigating a spate of evening car break-ins in a neighborhood on the west side of Bexar County,  investigators from the Sheriff’s Office thought residents might have photos or surveillance camera footage that could help, but didn't have a quick way to request that information.

"So we went old school," Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar said. "We literally sent my deputies from community policing door to door."

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