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Here's what San Antonians Googled for the most in 2018

bizjournals Friday, 28 December 2018
Alphabet Inc., the umbrella company for Google, keeps track of the most searched terms in cities around the world each year.  In San Antonio, topics like World Cup and 'mega millions results' were the most popular in 2018. Former San Antonio Spurs player Kawhi Leonard, who now plays for the Toronto Raptors, was on the list. Several celebrities who died this year including longtime chef Anthony Bourdain, fashion icon Kate Spade and cartoonist Stan Lee.  Popular films Incredibles 2 and Black…
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