Amid ridership decline and a new fee structure, California-based Bird and Razor are now the only electric scooter-share companies remaining in San Antonio. Here’s what that means for the city’s scooter program.
VelocityTX, an incubator for life science startups, is set to open in February in the former Merchants Ice complex in East San Antonio.
Darnell Smith, who played football at San Antonio’s Taft High, is Texas A&M-San Antonio’s first athletic director. The school will compete in the NAIA.
The San Antonio scooter scene has shrunk again with California-based Lime opting to leave the market amid a nationwide contraction.
San Antonio cybersecurity experts spoke Tuesday about the looming cyber threat in light of escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
Gorditas Doña Tota relies on its established brand in Mexico to draw its largely Hispanic clientele, but it’s aiming to become a bigger player in town.
A South Texas hotel group has purchased the former Nix Medical Center, a nearly 90-year-old acute care facility in downtown San Antonio.
Julián Castro exited the 2020 presidential race on Thursday. The former San Antonio mayor declared it wasn’t his time in a video message to supporters.
In the Society for Creative Anachronism, generations of San Antonio residents have found their scene while celebrating medieval times.
Rick Morris’ digital health startup GaitIQ is taking aim at Alzheimer’s disease using technology that senses subtle changes in the way patients walk.