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.
Several roads in Bexar County remained flooded Friday morning after a cold front and associated thunderstorms brought heavy rains to the region.
Portions of four lakes on the Guadalupe River in Guadalupe and Gonzales counties are open again, with some areas near the dams still restricted.
In court filings, officials from the Alamo and General Land Office accuse Tap Pilam Coahuiltecan Nation of seeking “preferential treatment for themselves.”
Interest in mass-timber construction as an alternative to concrete and steel is taking off in North America.
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday passed a pledge for the city to do its part to stop the effects of global warming.