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Phil Green, chairman and CEO of Frost Bank speaks during the press conference detailing the $200 million workforce development program, SA: Ready to Work on Monday.
Phil Green, chairman and CEO of Frost Bank, speaks during a Monday press conference detailing the $200 million workforce development program SA: Ready to Work. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
A New Braunfels company filed an air quality permit to open a new rock quarry near Camp Bullis on Tuesday.
Equipment sits in a rock quarry near Camp Bullis on Tuesday. A New Braunfels company has filed for an air quality permit at the site. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Wondra Chang shows her debut novel, Sonju. It was recently selected as one of the Best Indie Books of 2021 by Kirkus Reviews. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Gov. Greg Abbott is greeted with applause by Texas business leaders and organizations who formally announced their endorsement of the governor’s bid for re-election at Sunbelt Material Handling Thursday Feb. 10, 2022.
Gov. Greg Abbott is greeted with applause by Texas business leaders and organizations who announced their endorsement of the governor’s bid for reelection Thursday at Sunbelt Material Handling. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
An attendee wears "BETO" socks during a rally for Beto O'Rourke's candidacy for governor of Texas at The ESPEE on Thursday.
An attendee wears “BETO” socks Thursday at the Espee during a rally for Beto O’Rourke’s campaign for the Democratic nomination for Texas governor. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Conservative Texas House District 122 candidate Elisa Chan answers audience questions about her campaign Monday during a citizen forum hosted by the Hill Country Conservative Network at Leon Springs Baptist Church. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Members of Bexar Grotto and other caving groups clean up trash from a sinkhole that recharges the Edwards Aquifer.  Sitting 50 feet underground, the case is located on a private ranch in Comal county.
A pile of trash is shown during a cleanup of a sinkhole in the Edwards Aquifer recharge zone. Members of Bexar Grotto and other caving groups helped remove trash from the site. Extending 50 feet underground, the cave is located on a private ranch in Comal County. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report

Bria Woods

Bria Woods the Raba Family Foundation Next Generation Fellow- Multimedia Journalist at the SA Report. Bria holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Trinity University and a master's in multimedia...