The cave holds a mural with figures that bear common motifs found at many of the roughly 200 rock art sites in the region, according to archeologists with the National Parks Service and Shumla.
The state’s highest court decided against CPS Energy and AT&T in a case involving CPS Energy’s business dealings with AT&T and Time Warner Cable.
Developer fees will pay for less of SAWS’ Vista Ridge pipeline after City Council approved a fee structure that did not assess the maximum amount allowable.
If approved, the San Antonio River Authority’s tax rate would stay the same next fiscal year at 1.86 cents per $100 of assessed value.
Mayoral candidate and Councilman Greg Brockhouse (D6) is proposing planting trees and expanding voluntary energy conservation programs as an alternative to the City-led climate plan, which Brockhouse called “dead.”
The station at the edge of Walmart’s parking lot has six 150-kilowatt and two 350-kilowatt chargers, the first fast direct-current chargers in San Antonio.
A deadly fungus that’s wreaked havoc on bat populations across North America has been identified at Bracken Cave north of San Antonio.
A process that could change the way San Antonio Water System customers pay for water is getting underway.
Big Sun Community Solar plans to provide enough solar capacity for 500 to 600 CPS Energy customers installed in an expected 15 solar carports around the city.
Roughly 5 miles of dirt paths wind through Olmos Basin Park, only a short distance north of downtown. Mountain bikers especially should give these a try.