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Alpha Wolf+Cloudbreak Happens To Be The Vision For Electric Camping

June 22, 2021

There happens to be a wonderful combo of Heimplanet and Cloudbreak Geodesic tents attached to the be of an Alpha Wolf electric truck. Alpha Wolf+Cloudbreak knows exactly what they're doing. This essentially is something showi...Read More



Lightscape Holiday Trail to Illuminate Botanical Garden in Light Show

May 27, 2021

Lightscape brings its immersive mile-long trail of holiday lights when the exhibit opens this Winter at the Botanical Gardens. It will illuminate the garden's 38 acres from November 19th through January 2nd. ...Read More



Pools will Reopen This Weekend, but With New Rules Due to the Pandemic

May 7, 2021

Pools will begin to open Saturday for families to relax and splash around as life has slowly returned to normal. You mean crawled? This has occurred only after being open a few weeks last year amid some of the pandemic's wors...Read More



Migrant Children, Unaccompanied, Arrive at a Second Emergency Shelter

April 20, 2021

Migrant children, that are unaccompanied, went into a second emergency shelter that was just opened in a Southern state. Migrant Children Will Housed at a Much S...Read More



Hundreds of People to Transform a Hall Into a Shelter for Migrant Children

April 1, 2021

Hundreds of people working quickly in a mad dash to turn an exhibit hall into a safe space 2,400 migrant children are expected to arrive in San Antonio to seek shelter. A humanitarian disaster is what our former "great" presi...Read More



Scientist Invents a ‘Game Changer’ in Lifesaving Heart Transplants

March 15, 2021

Scientist Leon Bunegin, a retired anesthesiology university professor from Lone Star State, has been working for the past 40 years in his academic lab. There, he may have found the solution to having to transport human organs...Read More



Alamo City Mayor Says Citizens Should not be Billed for Disaster

February 23, 2021

Alamo city Mayor Ron Nirenberg said he thinks the Electric Reliability Council of the Lone Star state — not individual residents — needs to pay for sky-high electricity bills. That was generated by icy weather that left ...Read More



Governor Greg Abbott Highlights COVID-19 in State of State Address

February 3, 2021

Governor Greg Abbott said the state of our state is brimming with promise. This was one of the many pronouncements made by the governor on Monday night's State of the State address. Abbott was referring to Texas. He also took...Read More



Alcohol-to-Go is Closer to Becoming Law to Help Businesses Survive

January 14, 2021

Alcohol-to-go sales and to keep it in the state is the plan of Texas Governor Greg Abbott in the middle of a pandemic and tense transition of presidential power. A...Read More



Food Bank Finds Thousands in Unclaimed Property

December 21, 2020

Food Bank Experiences a Christmas Miracle The San Antonio Food Bank has said it enough unclaimed property to provide nearly 140,000 meals to the community. In f...Read More