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San Antonio airport terminals reopened after bomb threat

The San Antonio International Airport was evacuated for about 90 minutes on Wednesday after a caller said three bombs were planted in a parking garage, but police did not find anything dangerous.


San Antonio mayor to deliver Dem keynote

Julian Castro

Julian Castro, the mayor of San Antonio, has been tapped to deliver the keynote address at the Democratic National Convention in Charlotte. Castro, a 37-year-old Stanford and Harvard graduate, has been hailed as an up-and-comer in Democratic politics. He is the first Hispanic to give the Democratic keynote address -- a speaking slot that catapulted a then-little known Barack Obama into the national spotlight in 2004.


Top Cities For Cheap Vacations

Affordable Vacations

If you're thinking that the harsh economy is forcing you into a staycation this summer, you may want to think again. A new study ranking the top 10 most affordable vacation cities says Louisville, Minneapolis and San Antonio are the places to get the most bang for your buck.


Romney campaigns in Perry territory

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney took his economic message into the heart of Texas -- enemy territory -- on Tuesday, telling a San Antonio audience that "career politicians got us into this mess and they simply don't know how to get us out."


AT&T Announces First LTE Cities, Limited to Five in the Summer

AT&T has announced the first cities that will get its 4G LTE service. These cities, Dallas, Houston, Chicago, Atlanta and San Antonio, will see AT&T's version of LTE this summer. Verizon's LTE service, which launched in real (non-beta testing) form late last year, though sans handsets, has vowed to get its LTE service into 175 markets...


Pope selects Latino bishop from Texas to succeed Mahony

Jose Gomez, the archbishop of San Antonio, is named by Pope Benedict XVI to a position in L.A. that puts him first in line to succeed Cardinal Roger Mahony, who faces retirement at 75 next year.

Pope Benedict XVI on Tuesday named a Texas bishop to take over the archdiocese of Los Angeles after Cardinal Roger M.


Coca-Cola agrees to acquire North American bottling operations

Coca-Cola agrees to acquire North American bottling operations

The Coca-Cola Co. has agreed to buy Coca-Cola Enterprises Inc.’s entire North American bottling business — and along with it the company’s bottling plant in San Antonio.


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