The Mass was filled with symbolism, song, lament, and an emotional, sometimes thunderous homily delivered by Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller.
Amid all the noise in Washington D.C. and in Austin, other legislative decisions of great importance to San Antonio drew far less media attention.
The driver of a tractor-trailer that became a death chamber for 10 immigrants crossing into Texas from Mexico and left nearly 30 others suffering from heat-related injuries and trauma has given federal investigators an unconvincing account of events.
I boarded the Interjet nonstop flight to Mexico City for a father-son sojourn, a seven-day whirlwind exploration of Mexico City’s history, culture, and thriving contemporary culinary scene.
Some conservative political leaders mistakenly equate transgender individuals and others in the LGBTQIA community with sexual deviancy and criminal behavior.
The governor’s 20-item wish list is leftover business from the regular session that began Jan. 10 and ended May 29.
It seems counterintuitive to suggest that Giles-Parscale has a serious brand and identity problem here at home.
Almost every one of us is guilty of not living up to our own standards. Why not use the election to redouble our individual commitments?
Mayor Ron Nirenberg, in one of his very first pronouncements since taking office, was right to contain his enthusiasm.
More than 600 people gathered at the Arneson River Theatre in the late afternoon heat to watch the outdoor inaugural celebration.