U.S. Census Bureau population estimates from 2017-2018 released Thursday show that San Antonio continues to be one of the ...
The Federal Aviation Administration’s Office of Civil Rights has opened an investigation into the San Antonio City Council’s ...
Carmela arrived at My Mariposa Home in March after she ran out of options. Her husband had taken all of her property – and ...
Before the picturesque Museum Reach of the River Walk opened in 2009 as a lushly landscaped linear park dotted with art ...
As San Antonio’s Southwest School of Art prepares to enter its seventh year of offering a four-year degree program, pressure ...
After weeks of tough negotiations, lawmakers have come up with a final deal on how to increase public education funding and ...
Keith Toney’s been here before, but the former District 2 appointee has never been elected to City Council. Now after running ...
Sweeping differences of opinion and policy aren’t an issue between the two candidates involved in the runoff for San ...
As Toyota considers which of its North American plants will get a multimillion-dollar investment in production technology, ...
Monday is Memorial Day, a time to honor those who died while serving in the U.S. Armed Forces. It’s also marks a busy ...
Two years ago, Madison Wilbur graduated from Providence High School with dreams of studying mass communications in college, ...
An international organization aiming to balance consumerism with a focus on arts, culture, and social justice has recognized ...