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Trump’s Deal Meets With Skepticism Among Immigrants in Texas

President Trump has offered a deal on immigration, but the clients at one hair salon in San Antonio weren’t buying it.
Tags: Texas, News, San Antonio, Trump, Illegal Immigration, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Immigration and Emigration, San Antonio (Tex


Trump says San Antonio shows border walls works, despite city being 150 miles from border and having no wall

Donald Trump has cited San Antonio as proof that border walls make the US safer, despite the Texas city not having a border wall and being 150 miles from Mexico. Mr Trump’s comments on Saturday were intended to justify his demand for $5.7bn to fund a US-Mexico border wall. The president may have intended to refer to El Paso, a Texas border city he used as an example in a similar anecdote last week.
Tags: Texas, News, Mexico, US, Donald Trump, San Antonio, Trump, El Paso


Meet Your Business Needs During a Trip to San Antonio

San Antonio is a lively and vibrant metropolis that’s part of the south-central region of Texas. People connect the city to its colonial background and the fine conveniences of all kinds as... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Deals, Entertainment, San Antonio, Texas People


Harris scores 25, Stephen F. Austin edges Incarnate Word

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kevon Harris scored 25 points and sank the game-winning free throws with 27 seconds remaining as Stephen F. Austin edged Incarnate Word 74-71 on Saturday, halting a three-game slide in the Southland Conference. Harris, who surpassed 1,000 career points during the game, broke a 71-71 tie when he was fouled. Shannon […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, San Antonio, HARRIS, Shannon, Stephen F Austin, Kevon Harris, Southland Conference Harris


Timberlake pops in on patients at Texas children’s hospital

DALLAS (AP) — Justin Timberlake pulled some sunshine from his pocket for the patients at a Texas children’s hospital. Timberlake took a break from his “Man of the Woods” tour to pop in and pose for pictures with the young patients at Methodist Children’s Hospital in San Antonio. A video of the kids was widely […]
Tags: Texas, News, Entertainment, Ap, Nation, Dallas, Justin Timberlake, San Antonio, Timberlake, Methodist Children s Hospital


Outdoorsy’s Big Haul & Other Startup Fundraising in TX Tech News

Let’s catch up with the latest innovation news in Texas.—TeVido, an Austin biotech, has raised $1.2 million to help fund a new facility in which the company can use a patient’s own cells to create personalized pigment cell grafts to treat vitiligo, a loss of skin color that affects about 1 percent of the world’s population. Investors included the Texas Halo Fund, the Central Texas Angel Network, and Life Science Angels. TeVido, which is commercializing technology from the University of Texas at...
Tags: Texas, Breast Cancer, Funding, Trends, Tech, Investment, E-commerce, App, Online, Vc, Commercialization, Austin, Venture Capital, Dallas, SEC, Houston


Hunting Land

I live in San Antonio area and am looking at purchasing some land for hunting. I am new to TX and new to this approach of having this as an option. I have 2 major questions I'm hoping to get some help with: 1. People familiar with TX hunting, is there a region that is better to look at? Currently eyeing some plots in Coke, Menard, Kinney, Edwards, Val Verde & Duval counties. 2. People that own hunting land - what lessons learned do you have for land ownership? I can afford around $100k...
Tags: Texas, Weapon, San Antonio, Coke Menard Kinney Edwards Val Verde Duval


Report: Spurs Head Coach Gregg Popovich 'Unsure' if He'll Return in 2019-20

Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich "remains undecided" about returning to San Antonio next season, according to the New York Times' Marc Stein. Popovich is currently in the last season of a five-year contract extension signed in 2014.
Tags: News, New York Times, San Antonio, Gregg Popovich, Marc Stein Popovich


Tips for Planning a Trip to San Antonio

San Antonio can sometimes fly a bit under-the-radar in terms of travel destinations, but it can be a great place to go. San Antonio works well as a travel destination for families, adventure-seekers and older travelers. It’s also a good place if you love history. The following are some of the things to know and things to do in San Antonio, Texas if you’re considering a visit. An Overview of San Antonio San Antonio is the seventh-most populous city in the U.S., and it’s second-most populated i...
Tags: Travel, Sponsored, Texas, Austin, Houston, North America, San Antonio, Downtown, Merlin Entertainments, Northwest Side, University of Texas, San Antonio Texas, Franklin D Roosevelt, St Anthony, Alamo, Lyndon B Johnson


2020 hopeful Castro tells NH voters that ‘everyone counts’

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Democrat Julian Castro is in New Hampshire for the first time as a presidential candidate, and his message to voters is that he believes “everyone counts.” The former Obama administration housing chief and San Antonio mayor was in New Hampshire before the November election campaigning for Democratic candidates. And he’s back […]
Tags: News, Obama, Nation, New Hampshire, San Antonio, Castro, Julian Castro, MANCHESTER N H AP


GAME RECAP: Spurs 105, Mavericks 101

Marco Belinelli comes off the bench to score 17 points and two boards in San Antonio's victory over Dallas.
Tags: News, San Antonio, Mavericks, Marco Belinelli


Redfin Ranks the 10 Hottest Affordable Neighborhoods of 2019

Most of the Country’s Most Popular Affordable Neighborhoods are in Baltimore and Philadelphia Seattle, WA – Jan. 15, 2019 (PRNewswire) (NASDAQ: RDFN) Expensive coastal hubs remain the most coveted places to live, but neighborhoods in Baltimore and Philadelphia are gaining popularity as the most desired affordable neighborhoods in 2019, according to new reports from Redfin (www.redfin.com), the next-generation real estate brokerage. Redfin’s Hottest Affordable Neighborhoods report is an adaptati...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, Washington, Boston, Chicago, Radio, Portland, Philadelphia, Portland Oregon, Baltimore, Kensington, San Antonio, Hamilton, Redfin, Rebecca Hall, Lowell


Parker has triumphant return as Hornets down Spurs, 108-93

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Kemba Walker scored 33 points and Tony Parker enjoyed a triumphant return to San Antonio as the Charlotte Hornets beat the Spurs 108-93 on Monday night, snapping their seven-game home winning streak. Parker had eight points, four assists and three rebounds in his first game back in San Antonio after signing […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Spurs, Tony Parker, Charlotte Hornets, San Antonio, Parker, Kemba Walker


Parker thanks Spurs fans for 'a great memory'

Tony Parker took the court in his first return to San Antonio since leaving for Charlotte amid chants of "To-ny, To-ny, To-ny." He later applauded the fans. "It was a great memory for me that I will cherish for the rest of my life," he said.
Tags: Sport, Spurs, Nba, Tony Parker, San Antonio, Charlotte, Parker


Fans greet Parker warmly in San Antonio return

Tony Parker, amid chants of "To-ny, To-ny, To-ny," took the court at the AT&T Center and joined Hornets owner Michael Jordan as one of just two players to face the team for which he captured at least four championships and a Finals MVP.
Tags: Sport, Michael Jordan, Nba, Tony Parker, San Antonio, Parker, Hornets, AT T Center


Tony Parker receives warm welcome, surprise visit from French family in return to San Antonio

Tony Parker wearing a Charlotte Hornets uniform in San Antonio on Monday was a strange sight, indeed. The four-time champion with the Spurs made his first NBA appearance as a visitor after spending 17 years in San Antonio that included six All-Star nods and a Finals MVP. While the Spurs faithful tormented Kawhi Leonard up his return trip with the Toronto Raptors, there was nothing but love for Parker, who left town as a free agent last summer as the Spurs looked to revamp their roster.
Tags: News, Spurs, Nba, San Antonio Spurs, Tony Parker, Charlotte Hornets, San Antonio, Toronto Raptors, Parker, Kawhi Leonard


Small Businesses in These 12 Cities will be the First to Access 5G Mobile

Major carriers around the world have set 2019 as the year they will start deploying 5G services. For AT&T this will be the case in 12 cities across the United States, and small businesses in these locations will be the first to have access to the new technology. AT&T says it will be the first and only company in the US which will be offering a mobile 5G device over a commercial, standards-based mobile 5G network. Where 5g Service is Live This network is now live in parts of Atlanta, Charlotte...
Tags: US, Sales, United States, Qualcomm, San Antonio, Netgear, SAN JOSE Calif, AT T, Technology Trends, AT T Business, Waco Texas Additionally AT T, Mo Katibeh, Katibeh


Tony Parker: Kawhi Leonard didn't leave Spurs because of me

Last March, Tony Parker – who, unlike Kawhi Leonard, already returned to play regularly for the Spurs – said his quad injury was 100 times worse than Leonard's. Michael C. Wright of ESPN: Parker regrets how that played out and finds it “unbelievable” some fans thought the comments played a role in Leonard's desire to leave San Antonio. If people think that, then they're really wrong,” Parker says, addressing the situation publicly for the first time.
Tags: News, Spurs, San Antonio Spurs, Tony Parker, San Antonio, Parker, Kawhi Leonard, Leonard, Michael C Wright


Brace Yourself: Waves Of 2020 Announcements Expected Soon

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — After months of speculation and secrecy, the 2020 presidential primary season is about to explode. With several Democrats already in the race, a half dozen more are locking down final travel, staffing and strategy to launch White House bids in the coming weeks. While plans may change, the announcements are expected to come in waves, the first featuring a group of ambitious Senate Democrats including New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, California Sen. Kamala Harris and Ne...
Tags: New York, Texas, News, Minnesota, Obama, California, Washington, Senate, White House, New York City, Los Angeles, Joe Biden, Ap, Cnn, Hillary Clinton, New Hampshire


Tough Western Conference schedule keeps Clippers — and opponents — focused

PLAYA VISTA — Not all conferences are created equal: When Detroit — one of those “East Coast teams,” as Coach Doc Rivers calls them — beat his Clippers on Saturday, it was just the Pistons’ second victory in nine games, which improved their record to 18-23 and left them just a half-game out of playoff position. That same record in the Western Conference would be good for 14th. Sign up for Home Turf and get exclusive stories every SoCal sports fan must read, sent daily. Subscribe here. With the...
Tags: Utah, Sports, Sport, West, Soccer, Nba, New Orleans, New Orleans Pelicans, Anthony Davis, Detroit, Rivers, East Coast, Staples Center, San Antonio, Golden State Warriors, Pistons


Herb Kelleher Passionately Pursued His Company’s Purpose

Herb Kelleher, the founder and philosopher of Southwest Airlines, passed away this month at the age of 87. According to his obituary in The New York Times, Mr. Kelleher, was a lawyer who moved from New Jersey to San Antonio to start his own law practice. Then in 1967, one of his clients, Rollin W. […] The post Herb Kelleher Passionately Pursued His Company’s Purpose appeared first on Adpulp.
Tags: TV, Advertising, Brands, Change Agents, Customer Service, New York Times, New Jersey, Southwest Airlines, San Antonio, Herb Kelleher, Kelleher, Brand Evangelism, Lifestyle Marketing, Cause-Related Marketing, Travel/Tourism Marketing, Management Theory


NBA Power Rankings: Surging Spurs and a change at the top

Are LaMarcus Aldridge and the Spurs a force to be reckoned with in the West? We hit the halfway point with a jump by San Antonio amid a top-10 shakeup.
Tags: Sport, West, Spurs, Nba, San Antonio, LaMarcus Aldridge, Surging Spurs


Julian Castro Blasts Border `Tragedy' Sparked by Trump Policies

(Bloomberg) -- Julian Castro, the former San Antonio mayor and Obama administration housing secretary, slammed President Donald Trump’s policy of separating families at the southern U.S. border a day after announcing his 2020 White House bid, highlighting what is likely to be a principal issue in his campaign.
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Julian Castro Blasts Border ‘Tragedy’ Sparked by Trump Policies

(Bloomberg) -- Julian Castro, the former San Antonio mayor and Obama administration housing secretary, slammed President Donald Trump’s policy of separating families at the southern U.S. border a day after announcing his 2020 White House bid, highlighting what is likely to be a principal issue in his campaign.
Tags: News, Obama, White House, Donald Trump, San Antonio, Julian Castro, Trump Policies, Bloomberg Julian Castro


Week 6: From Big Bend National Park to Tucson, Arizona

I felt a tinge of sadness leaving the Big Bend region of Texas. It’s not just the good times I’m leaving behind, but that deep connection to isolated wilderness and myself. Unplugging and returning to nature is so important. It’s only when we get to the vastness, where nothing is pulling at or consuming our energy, can we truly find ourselves. I am here. I am real. My breath is worth something. What do I want tit to represent and why? In the wilderness, you realize silence has a sound. In a nor...
Tags: Travel, Verizon, Facebook, Utah, Usa, Texas, Instagram, Australia, Disney, National Parks, Arizona, Dallas, San Antonio, Cost, Destinations, El Paso


Blues Down Stars – Rookie Binnington Gets 3rd Win

DALLAS — Rookie goalie Jordan Binnington won his third straight start, Vladimir Tarasenko scored two goals and the St. Louis Blues beat the Dallas Stars 3-1 on Saturday night. Binnington, who has played in six NHL games, is 3-0 in three starts. The 25-year-old has allowed only two goals in those starts. Binnington shut out Philadelphia 1-0 on Monday and beat Montreal 4-1 Thursday. He made 21 saves on Saturday, the first time he has started consecutive games. St. Louis Blues Jordan Binnington an...
Tags: Texas, Washington, Sport, Stars, Blues, Dallas, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Montreal, St Louis, San Antonio, Bishop, Dallas Stars, Maroon


Jackson’s shot with 1.6 left wins it for UTSA

SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Jhivvan Jackson scored 17 points including the game-winner with 1.6 seconds left and UTSA beat North Texas 76-74 in a game Saturday between Conference USA unbeatens. Jackson gave a North Texas defender a ball fake then twisted around and put up a shot a few steps inside the arc. Zachary Simmons […]
Tags: News, Sports, Ap, Jackson, San Antonio, UTSA, North Texas, Conference USA, Jhivvan Jackson, Zachary Simmons


Julián Castro Officially Announces His 2020 Presidential Bid, With His First Stop In Puerto Rico

Julián Castro, the former mayor of San Antonio, TX and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development under the Obama administration, is running for president in 2020.Castro announced his bid at a rally in San Antonio on Saturday morning, becoming one of the highest-profile Latinx candidates to ever seek the Democratic nomination, per The New York Times. His first campaign appearance will be on Monday at the Latino Victory Fund’s annual summit in Puerto Rico, where he plans to speak with res...
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Julián Castro is running for president

Former secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro officially announced his presidential bid in San Antonio on Saturday, beginning a campaign that will look to turn his uniquely American immigrant story into a direct repudiation of President Donald Trump.
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