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WSA made a draft copy of its Board Plan and attachments available for public comment on January 11, 2019 through February 6, 2019. The plan and attachments may be accessed on the WSA website
Public comments may be submitted in writing to Workforce Solutions Alamo, 100 N. Santa Rosa Ste. 120; Attn: Board Plan Comments, San Antonio, Texas 78207, or e-mailed to localplan@wsalamo.org or faxed to…

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The irony of President Donadl Trump praising a virulently anti-immigration essay written by conservative stalwart Pat Buchanan has not been lost on many. The essay, published at CNSNews, declares that "mass migration from the global South, not climate change, is the real existential crisis of the West." Buchanan insists that the border "is eventually going to be militarized and defended or the United States, as we…

LOS ANGELES - The most entertaining NFL season in recent memory is about to get better. As we reach the heavyweight phase of the playoffs, the remaining four Super Bowl contenders won't ruin the fun just to be functional. They're not stodgy winners obsessed with tradition and refusing to change. They're all part of the same movement that has made this season - only one year removed from a period of controversy, protest and declining interest - so captivating
They represent the best…

For years, public health experts have been arguing that where people live matters crucially to their health and life span, even though factors such as genetics or access to health insurance typically get more attention.
Health systems and governments have embarked on massive projects to decode people's DNA, in the hopes that the information will lead to a new era of tailored treatments and personalized prevention.

WASHINGTON - At the sight of another flash of red behind the Washington Capitals' net - the goal light sparking on - the organist at Capital One Arena played an appropriately gloomy tune and fans started toward the exits. St. Louis Blues forward Vladimir Tarasenko had just scored on a power play to make it a three-goal game, and any hope of a Washington comeback was extinguished
The fans didn't have much reason to stay, and some who did booed the Capitals as…

A year ago at 8:07 a.m. local time, thousands of people in Hawaii received a terrifying message on their cellphones from the state's Emergency Management Agency
"BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL."
This alert was repeated on television and radio and amplified dramatically through social media. It took 38 minutes for officials to send an official follow-up alert…

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Patty Mills #8 of the San Antonio Spurs is fouled by Tony Parker #9 of the Charlotte Hornets on Monday, January 14, 2019 at AT&T Center
Patty Mills #8 of the San Antonio Spurs is fouled by Tony Parker #9 of the Charlotte Hornets on Monday, January 14, 2019 at AT&T Center.
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Patty Mills #8 of the San Antonio Spurs is fouled by Tony Parker #9 of the Charlotte…

Only a week ago, few outside of Venezuela knew of Juan Guaidó. But the 35-year-old industrial engineer has suddenly emerged as a cause celebre, heralded by global leaders for his challenge to the near-total power of President Nicolás Maduro
Following May elections internationally derided as a fraudulent power grab, Maduro was sworn in for a new six-year term Thursday. One day later, Guaidó - the new…

Four workers in Texas and West Virginia, who are being forced to continue working their "essential" federal jobs without paychecks due to the government shutdown,...

With the government shutdown stretching on for an unprecedented 24 days, the U.S Department of Agriculture has asked Texas and other states to issue February...

Longtime Spur Tony Parker is putting fans in their feelings as he posted a photo of his return to the AT&T Center for his first...

Antarctic glaciers have been melting at an accelerating pace over the past four decades due to an influx of warm ocean water - a startling new finding that researchers say could mean sea levels are poised to rise more quickly than predicted in coming decades
The Antarctic lost 40 billion tons of melting ice to the ocean each year from 1979 to 1989. That figure rose to 252 billion tons lost per year beginning in 2009, according to a study published Monday in…

One San Antonio Whataburger turned into the 'Chapel of Love' as a local couple decided to have their second wedding ceremony at the Texas-based burger joint.