Faced with a booming population and a disappearing water supply, the city of San Antonio responded by dramatically cutting consumption, pioneering new storage techniques and investing in water recycling and desalination projects. It now boasts that it is "Water's Most Resourceful City."
There are so many programs and projects that Chuck Ahrens of Water Resources and Conservation with the San Antonio Water System can hardly keep track.
Francisco Cortes started at Fox as an apprentice, then rose through the ranks to become Fox News Latino's first director.
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According to one analytics site, <a href="http://latino.foxnews.com/index.html">Fox News Latino</a> drew a healthy 3.3 million unique visitors in June of this year, but it's no longer the only game in town.
This is the first in a three-part series about major American networks trying to appeal to a broader Latino audience.
In a glass-walled conference room at Fox News in New York, reporter Bryan Llenas and two of his colleagues discuss the nature and success of their news site, Fox News Latino, largely aimed at English-speaking Hispanics.
Maybe a dozen feet away, two pundits can be seen heatedly arguing in a Fox News TV studio.
(This post appeared in our Olympics blog, The Torch.)
The American Ashton Eaton can call himself the greatest athlete in the world, today.
With 8,869 points, Eaton took the gold medal in the decathlon. His American teammate Trey Hardee took the silver with 8,671 points.
If you're not familiar, the decathlon is the closest the sports world comes to a standardized test in athletic ability. It spans two days and 10 events, including the 100 meter dash, the long jump, the high jump and the shot put.
Aaron Cross (Jeremy Renner) and Marta Shearing (Rachel Weisz) in an action sequence from <em>The Bourne Legacy</em>. The franchise, now four installments in, marches on with a new lead character and actor. <em></em>
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Eric Byer (Edward Norton) is a bureaucrat who wants Cross dead after shutting down the government program that chemically altered and enhanced him.
As the title of the fourth movie in a perhaps never-ending series, The Bourne Legacy is almost too perfect. Variations on what happened to Jason Bourne in the first three entries can befall new characters indefinitely. If this prospect sounds a little tiresome — well, that's what quick cuts and superhuman stunts are for.