The plan will go before the full City Council on Thursday. A vote on the plan is scheduled for Oct. 17, San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg said.
Starting Sept. 16, Lake Gonzales, Meadow Lake, Lake Placid, and Lake McQueeney are all to be drained, or “dewatered,” in the language of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority.
On Thursday, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, or ERCOT, issued a level 1 “energy emergency alert,” calling for voluntary conservation measures.
Parts of the Alamo are closed off as archaeologists working on the early phases of the site’s redesign have begun to dig into the oldest part of the site.
CPS Energy announced a peak demand record of 5,109 megawatts set between 4 and 5 p.m. Monday.
The tanker that almost struck a ferry Monday was the latest example of many residents don’t want even larger carriers going in and out of the inner harbor.
Leaders of San Antonio’s three key water agencies talked about the water issues facing the region at a West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce panel Friday.
Nearly $6 million in Volkswagen settlement money will be used to replace older, diesel-powered buses in Bexar County with newer models that run on compressed natural gas and diesel.
An updated version of the City’s climate action plan has been stripped of its most controversial strategies to cut greenhouse gas emissions.
The family of a woman killed in a deadly sewage sinkhole in 2016 will receive $12 million as part of a settlement agreement.