The newly-created Innovation and Technology Committee explored fresh technology solutions for city services during its first meeting Tuesday.
By a unanimous vote Thursday, City Council approved the Department of Arts and Culture’s new Cul-TÚ-Art funding guidelines.
Cybersecurity threats are growing in San Antonio, a local cybersecurity expert said Thursday, and companies headquartered here are feeling the impact.
Neighborhoods within Loop 410, especially those east and south of downtown, are most vulnerable to losing affordable housing.
Social networking app Strava may compromise the safety and security of not only San Antonio-based warriors, but also military installations across Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA).
The San Antonio City Council’s Governance Committee on Wednesday approved a proposal for establishing an open data program for city, county, and other local area governments.
Lyft contributed $11 million to the local economy in 2017 and saved drivers 500,000 travel hours, according to its economic impact study released Tuesday.
San Antonio’s Westside is home to one of the nation’s largest databases of contemporary Latinx artists and their work in the United States.
Hate crimes increased nationwide in 2016, FBI statistics show, yet there are barriers to accurately reporting them, regional and national experts say.
San Antonio appears to be growing quickly relative to other Texas cities but not making as much progress in educational attainment or income.