Reaching San Antonio’s waste goal will require a shift in mindset among many residents, with some businesses leading the way.
With a crude oil pipeline over San Antonio’s main water supply averted – for now – City officials are weighing whether to oppose such projects in the future.
House flippers in San Antonio have discovered a creative way to find new properties to buy: going after homeowners who have had water service shut off.
San Antonio native Robert Hammond had no experience developing parks when he began trying to save a freight rail line in New York.
San Antonio Water System customers will see their bills rise again next year, this time to pay for water from the Vista Ridge pipeline.
An incumbent seeking a second term faces a challenger in a race for a San Antonio River Authority board seat representing parts of the West and South sides.
It might not be the biggest park, but the wide-angle views put San Antonio’s Comanche Lookout Park in a higher league.
Sister Therese San Miguel serves as the chaplain for the cemetery known for its elaborate decorations for Día de los Muertos.
A San Antonio summer camp designed to be accessible to children and youth of all ability levels will also become a hub of water education.
With CPS Energy set to exceed efficiency goals set in place a decade ago, utility officials are now considering how best to continue encouraging customers to use less energy.