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This month Bradley Jones sued Texas state Rep. Patricia Harless, R-Spring, her husband Sam and two other employees of Fred Fincher Motors in Houston, which the Harlesses own, for repeatedly shocking him with a stun gun over the course of 9 months for amusement.

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"I've not heard you mention the turf because that is what it was about, the Turf," said our caller named Joe who described himself as of the era of the Ghost Town Gang and others that were the topic of our discussion.  From the Olmos pharmacy to the far southside there were small-time gangs all across the San Antonio of the 50s and 60s.  Now in their 70s these old men recount, some with bravado, the histories of their neighborhoods and gangs to Mike Tapia, associate professor of Criminology at UTSA.  Tapia is conducting interviews, compiling for future generations the history of the barrios.  

UTSA’s College of Business has been named the lead sponsor of the National Society of Hispanic MBAs Conference planned for San Antonio this year. 

The partnership will help attract top academic and professional talent to the national conference.

Gerry Sanders, dean of the UTSA College of Business, says the lead sponsorship for the 2013 conference offers UTSA the opportunity to showcase the school’s students to top national employers, and to build on current employer relationships.

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  The UTSA Small Business Development Center is offering a half-day class on Wednesday for people interested in starting a new business.

SBDC Marketing Associate Rebecca Montalvo said the short class offers the first steps for new business ideas – and answers questions people have about getting started:

University of Texas at San Antonio

The University of Texas-San Antonio has been named as one of the top 100 universities among young universities of the world, and this is the second year in a row the school has received the honor from the Times Higher Education.

Times Higher Education is considered one of the most respected higher education ranking authorities in the world. UTSA is one of only eight universities in the U.S. to receive the ranking.

UTSA Communications Director Joe Izbrand said the coveted ranking means UTSA has reached a global reputation as a rising star  in research.