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Written by DeAnneCuellar on Mar 16, 2014
I made a map of free Wi-Fi in San Antonio, using blue dots for public places and red dots for private businesses. Feel free to share and add more locations.
Written by Kris@nowcastsa.org on Mar 13, 2014
On October 5, 2013, a varied group of citizens, engineers, and historians talked about the Hays Street Bridge, trains, and their history in San Antonio, Texas.  Nettie Hinton, a Founding Member of the Hays Street Bridge Restoration Group B.L. Mier, San Antonio Railroad History Museum
Written by karensadams on Mar 13, 2014
To kick-off Child Abuse Prevention Month, 5,846 Cardboard Kids will be placed all over San Antonio on April 3—in office lobbies, doctors’ waiting rooms, coffee shops, grocery carts, playgrounds, libraries, and more, and the creators of each Cardboard Kid will share photos of them using social media as part of ChildSafe’s awareness campaign to heighten attention, intervention and prevention of abuse and neglect of children in our community. Each Cardboard Kid represents a child victim of abuse or neglect.
Written by evrard on Mar 12, 2014
Update/Changeup: Due to the weather, we were not live on March 15 for Affordable Care Act (ACA) Enrollment and Resource Fair presented by West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and Congressman Lloyd Doggett at El Progreso Hall, 1306 Guadalupe St. Video of the event will be posted as quickly as possible.
Written by City of San Antonio on Mar 11, 2014
Commissioners Court on Tuesday approved an order banning outdoor burning in unincorporated Bexar County. Fire Marshal Craig Roberts told the court the Keetch-Byram Drought Index, KBDI, is above 400 and there has been an increase in the number of grass fires.