In this week’s The Denominator, we look at SA’s public art, super-fast internet, campaign finance, the family separation crisis, and more.
The two candidates vying for Texas’ 23rd Congressional District show very different campaign donor profiles.
San Antonio has one of the highest concentrations of facilities available to detain immigrants in Texas, new data shows.
City Council’s Public Safety Committee voted Tuesday to explore several ways to reduce instances of gun violence in San Antonio, including the creation of a zoning category that would restrict firearms sales to a designated district.
Next month, local technology startup Cityflag expects to officially launch a new 311 mobile application for San Antonio.
Starting Monday, June 25, several downtown bus stops and routes will be moved as the City of San Antonio begins work on several street improvement projects.
Nearly 5,000 311 calls related to graffiti were made in 2016 in San Antonio, an analysis by the Rivard Report shows.
Students say public agencies could make data about spills more accessible, increasing the issue’s visibility and helping target solutions.
A recent study finds San Antonio among those U.S. cities with the highest percentages of households lacking internet access at home.
U.S. companies are flocking to comply with a new data protection regulation that went into effect May 25.