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.
Calhoun County residents spent years documenting pellet pollution outside Formosa Plastics’ Point Comfort plant.
Archaeologists excavating the area found multiple human bones and bone fragments in August and September, including teeth, toe bones, and a rib.
To persuade someone to pick up their trash, sometimes you have to get them to pick up a paddle.
Human bone fragments have turned up in an archaeological dig to find the foundations of the Alamo’s Church and Long Barrack.
When it comes to clean power, CPS Energy outranks nearly every major private-sector utility in Texas, though its initiatives fell short of other city-owned utilities in a recent report.
After four years of riding off-road in San Antonio, McAllister Park feels like an old friend, and it’s always gratifying seeing friends change for the better.
The private companies building Vista Ridge have said the pipeline is “substantially complete.”