After Donald Trump’s first month in Washington, he has made straight for some of his most controversial campaign promises – moving ahead with plans for his border wall, attempting to ban refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries, and escalating his war with the media.
More than 100 longhorns selected for the annual Western Heritage Parade and Cattle Drive wove through downtown San Antonio Saturday morning.
Cloud-based innovation and artificial intelligence are in the early stages of radically disrupting traditional business models, and San Antonio has an opportunity to play a central role in the trend, Rackspace CEO Taylor Rhodes said at a panel discussion Thursday.
UTSA Libraries Special Collections is calling for signs, posters, buttons, stickers, and other non-digital items from this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. March and San Antonio Women’s March.
Artists and community members discussed ideas Wednesday for 10 public art projects to be installed along the City’s World Heritage Trail this year.
Officials called on locals to spread the word about the “vital” investment in San Antonio’s infrastructure represented in the 2017 Municipal Bond.
When President Donald Trump’s administration silenced federal scientists and instructed the Environmental Protection Agency to freeze its grants Tuesday, a San Antonio scientist decided to take a cue from last weekend’s Women’s March and take a stand.
Uncertainty about potential changes in the country’s immigration laws and their enforcement are causing students to worry about their future in the U.S.
The move comes after residents living near a hut in Haskin Park complained that it damaged the park and was built without community input.
Vazquez, 40, was charged with a second-degree felony of sexual assault and was being held on a $50,000 bond in the Bexar County jail.