For artist Crystal Tamez, the Peace and Remembrance mural signifies a point in her life when she made the choice to follow her own path.
Seventeen years after he installed it, renowned local muralist Jesse Treviño spent the week working on La Virgen de Guadalupe Veladora.
What started as an online Lego shop has since expanded to a retail store, a place to host birthday parties and camps, and a popular team-building company.
Today, large puddles of rainwater rest atop a vast surface of cracked clay where the duck pond in the Eden subdivision once flourished.
The Battle of Flowers Association marked its 128th parade Friday morning. Thousands of people wearing colorful clothing and floral crowns came to celebrate.
The 75th annual Texas Cavaliers River Parade entertained thousands of spectators, and the Cavaliers’ foundation raised $1.5 million for children’s causes.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
San Antonio’s Muslim community came together Saturday for a vigil in the wake of deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand this month.
Living at Ventura Hills are about 50 residents and an equal number of staff aiming to make the seniors’ time there as active as age and wellness allow.
Kimble Cattle Co. has been bringing its longhorns to the kickoff event for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo for six years.