Dead immigrants found in SA + SSA come to UTSA + Tex-Mex Charms SA

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First, today’s weather:

Some sun, then turn cloudy. High: 93 Low: 72.


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Here are the top stories of the day in San Antonio:

  1. On Monday, June 27, “A city worker heard a scream for help from a truck on a remote back road in San Antonio and discovered a horrific sight.” When the police arrived, they found 46 dead people and 16 survivors who were taken to hospital. According to Police Chief William McManus, “three people were arrested, but it was not immediately clear if they were linked to human trafficking.” “Our condolences. All those responsible will be brought to justice,” Roberto Velasco Alvarez, head of the North America department at Mexico’s Ministry of Foreign Relations, tweeted. (San Antonio Patch)
  2. On Friday, July 1, 31 individuals from the Southwest School of the Arts (SSA) will bring their areas of expertise to UTSA and help facilitate a smooth transition to expand arts education for our region as new employees. “We are thrilled to partner with our new colleagues from SSA as they join the UTSA familia,” said Veronica Salazar, UTSA Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President for Business..She added, “Together, our teams will work collaboratively to ensure a successful transition for our growing downtown community.” (UTSA)
  3. There are many “home-seeking” pets in San Antonio, and if you are interested in adopting a home, the San Antonio Humane Society can help with the process and “fill you with what to expect upon adoption.” For details and a video, please visit: (KENS5.com)
  4. On Monday, June 20, James Avery released the hit “Tex-Mex Charm Collection” in San Antonio! Incantations include “a taco truck, a molcajet filled with guacamole, a Texas sorbet, and festive maracas.” They can be purchased online through his website at all James Avery US stores, including “19 San Antonio area locations”. (mySA)
  5. Next year, the popular “YouTube show Spy Ninjas” will be stopping in San Antonio during its national tour. The live production show will take place Friday, March 11, at the Tech Port Arena located at 3331 General Hudnell Drive. “Like our YouTube videos, we will combine martial arts with stealth action and detective work to fight hackers, all with the help of local Spy Ninjas fans,” said Tom Greenwood Mears, Executive Producer of Spy Ninjas. Tickets start at $30 and can be purchased at techportcenter.com or by calling 1-800-514-3849. (KSAT San Antonio)

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Gabriella Canto Cauvilion

About me: I am an active mother of two adult sons and a lifelong resident of San Antonio. I got my BA in Spanish from the University of Texas at San Antonio, and in my spare time I dive into creative writing. Thank you for reading Patch, and feel free to get in touch if you have any news and events that you think might interest our readers!

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