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San Antonio’s Week in Photos, July 23-2999newsbuzz

San Antonio Report photographers chronicle the city and its residents. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s evolving landscape.

Eric Warner, special projects manager with the San Antonio International Airport, guides Anthony Williams, 15, through each step of an educational flight simulator Wednesday. Read more here. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
A cyclist waits for the stoplight to signal her turn to cross Broadway Street north of Interstate 35 on Friday evening.
A cyclist waits for the stoplight to signal her turn to cross Broadway Street north of Interstate 35 on July 21. San Antonio officials have abandoned plans to create a bike- and pedestrian-friendly corridor on the portion of Broadway the state now owns. Read more here. Credit: Brenda Bazán / San Antonio Report
A flag honoring Red McCombs flies above the Tower Life building which the foundation now owns.
A flag honoring Red McCombs, who died in February, flies above the Tower Life building, which a group led by McCombs purchased in 2022. His family is ushering in the next era at McCombs Enterprises with new dealerships and major downtown projects. Read more here. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Mindy Corr has been named the general manager overseeing the AT&T Center for the San Antonio Spurs organization.
Mindy Corr has been named the AT&T Center’s general manager, overseeing the arena for the San Antonio Spurs organization. Read more here. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Centro Ambassador Darlene Piña gets an intravenous hydration treatment provided by Centro SA through a partnership with SweatEquity.
Centro Ambassador Darlene Piña gets an intravenous hydration treatment provided by Centro SA through a partnership with SweatEquity. Read more here. Credit: Brenda Bazán / San Antonio Report

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Bria Woods, San Antonio Report contributor

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