San Antonio Police Chief William McManus announced a new policing initiative Wednesday to combat violent crime, which increased by 9.2% over the past year.
The Holdsworth Center represents the biggest private investment ever made in public education in the state.
A variety of local and national leaders, organizations, and others came to honor King’s fight for equality and peace for all people, regardless of race.
The National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) has chosen San Antonio to host its 109th annual convention.
The event marked the first time all three mayoral candidates were together in the same place since kicking off their campaigns.
Since 2010, SA2020 has been tracking San Antonio’s progress as as city that is growing in both diversity and population.
The research project will help the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service determine whether the bivalves should be put on the federal endangered species list.
Bexar County commissioners Tuesday stood against efforts by the Texas Legislature to impose revenue or appraisal caps on Texas counties and cities.
San Antonio’s fourth archbishop and the first Mexican-American bishop in the United States, died of pneumonia and congestive heart failure Monday.
The City and County are finalizing an agreement with Texas Public Radio that will move the nonprofit’s headquarters into the storied Alameda Theater.