Dozens of property owners from unincorporated areas outside of San Antonio squeezed into a Capitol hearing room to testify in support of annexation reform.
Topics discussed included foster care, mental health care, the “bathroom bill,” sanctuary cities, public education, taxes, and transportation.
On Nov. 5-6, 290 authors ranging from cookbook writers to celebrities-turned-authors will gather at the Texas State Capitol for a weekend of nearly 150 free panels, book signings, cooking demonstrations, and children’s activities.
Dr. Ralph Wells, a respected local medical doctor and beloved member of the King William community, died in his home Wednesday morning.
Update: The second annual Bike Bash has been cancelled.
It is a big week for the Austin-turned-San Antonio tech company Easyexpunctions.com.
Two checks totaling $30,000 from the University of Incarnate Word (UIW) and a group called the Compadres & Comadre of Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas were presented to the Kumamoto Earthquake Relief fundraising campaign during a Tuesday evening ceremony that celebrated the strong relationship between the two cities and welcomed Japanese Consul General Tetsuro Amano to San Antonio.
PechaKucha San Antonio will host its 23rd installment on the August 23 at the Charline McCombs Empire Theatre, 226 N. St.
Research on nonhuman primates at the Southwest National Primate Research Center (SNPRC) at Texas Biomedical Research Institute is now funded through 2021 thanks to a $40 million grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
San Antonians will have another chance to help the families of the Orlando shooting victims on Saturday, Aug.