For four years, State environmental regulators, the AG’s office, and San Antonio Code Enforcement have all been trying to crack down on the operator of a failed recycling venture that specialized in processing construction waste.
Operating CPS Energy’s J.K. Spruce coal plant cost $121 million over the last five years compared to alternative forms of energy, a Sierra Club study found.
Camp Founder Girls was modeled on a summer camp founded in 1924 by San Antonio resident Mattie Landry. The camp was one of the first summer camps for black girls in the country.
Central Bexar County was under a flash flood warning Monday afternoon as thunderstorms dumped heavy rains on San Antonio.
A bill that would allow the San Antonio Water System to sell water from the Edwards Aquifer to developers in fast-growing Kendall County has been blocked.
A trip to the gardening center can often turn into pleasant time spent wandering around a shady oasis of trees and plants. That’s especially true if the store is big enough to require a map.
The raise comes as CPS Energy officials prepare to make a case for hiking rates in the face of declining revenues from selling power onto the state grid.
Experts in energy, utilities, manufacturing electric vehicles, and public policy that convened at the Pearl Stable on Wednesday for a summit.
A vision to limit the worst effects of climate change and remake the U.S. economy got its first public hearing in San Antonio at an event on the West Side.
A youth coordinator shares his experiences of helping children paint a mural on the wall of the church that fed him when he was homeless.