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SAN ANTONIO - After meeting for more than nine hours, going through multiple offers and counter offers, the city and the San Antonio Police Officers Association did not come to a collective bargaining agreement.The city offered to add $77.5 million to the cost of the current contract. It would give each officer a 13-percent pay increase over five years.The police association countered that offer with $96.8 million, which would include a 14-percent raise over five years. The association said this deal was its “bottom line.”“We have to have a package that continues to keep people here, employed on this police department and attracts new young workers,” SAPOA President Mike Helle said.The city discussed the counter offer and ultimately decided it could not go any higher than the deal it put out on the table.“You saw some movement today from the city. It was a little bit more than we had anticipated doing today, but we felt it was important enough to make some movement,” Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh said.The city offered to continue to negotiate with the union, but the union turned down that offer. City staff said they hope to come to an agreement before the city council approves a budget next Thursday.
House Our Heroes 5k Run to Support Homeless Vets on September 26th.
The second week of Thursday Night Lights kicks off with a great game at Farris Stadium.
Judson is the 4th ranked team in the city, the Rockets will take on the Brandeis Broncos who can send a huge message if they pull off an upset.
Kickoff is Thursday, September 3rd at 7 p.m. We will broadcast live on our sister station the CW35.
SAN ANTONIO – It's time for the Hyundai College Football Kickoff! Each week we’re giving away a pair of tickets and sideline passes to the Valero Alamo Bowl. And we’ll have a new winner every week. Just pick the winners of the Big 12 and Pac-12 match ups we’ve selected, and you could be the winner!
CLICK HERE TO GET STARTED…The holidays mean more than Christmas lights and jingle bells to San Antonio. Since the first game in 1993, the Valero Alamo Bowl has created excitement and pageantry in San Antonio that rings in the New Year with thrilling games in front of capacity crowds and record television ratings.
The Valero Alamo Bowl showcases two of the premier conferences in the country, featuring the #1 Pac-12 team against the #1 Big 12 team after the College Football Playoff selections.
The Valero Alamo Bowl has hosted 22 bowl games and 9 neutral site games at the Alamodome in San Antonio. These 31 games have attracted over 2.29 million spectators (over 50% are out-of-town visitors), generated a direct economic impact in excess of $539 million and contributed over $91 million to higher education through team payouts and local scholarships.
Over 5.6 million viewers watched the 2015 game between #11 Kansas State and #14 UCLA. Click here to learn more…
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