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News and events in and around San Antonio, as well as Bexar, Comal, Kendall, Guadalupe, Wilson, Atascosa and Medina counties.

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The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed suit Monday against La Cantera Resort and Spa on San Antonio's far Northwest side for discrimination and retaliation.  

San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg, front, discusses the new federal courthouse.  Pictured in back, from left, are congressmen Henry Cuellar, D-Texas; Will Hurd, R-Texas; and Tom Graves, R-Georgia; and judges Nelson Wolff and Xavier Rodriguez. 9/24/18
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Local and federal officials announced plans Monday for a new $117 million federal courthouse to be built downtown on West Nueva Street, across from the San Antonio Public Safety headquarters.  

Blue Hole spring
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Record-setting rainfall has an ancient spring on grounds near the University of the Incarnate Word flowing again, according to its caretakers.

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A town hall about the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association's proposed city charter amendments was abruptly canceled Thursday night after fire union president Chris Steele announced he would not attend.

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Updated Sept. 21, 4:45 p.m. with a statement from Bexar County Party Chair Monica Ramirez Alcantara.

A day after an endorsement of city charter amendments, Bexar County Democratic Party Chair Monica Ramirez Alcantara said in a statement that the announcement had created "serious concerns" among the party’s county executive committee.