If there is a 20% tax increase on Mexican goods and NAFTA gets thrown to the curb, the U.S. economy – and particularly Texas – will be negatively affected.
On the same day as the annual Point-In-Time count, USAA announced that it will contribute $1.3 million to help fight homelessness in San Antonio.
Hundreds of people joined elected officials on park grounds to celebrate the completion of a $16.2 million improvement project.
The revised Brackenridge Park Master Plan, which will go in front of City Council in February, was informed by community input from event-based activities.
Navigating the medical landscape can be confusing and frustrating for consumers, and providers sometimes struggle to keep track of patients’ medical information.
Thousands of people sauntered through downtown Saturday to enjoy libations and food during the San Antonio Cocktail Conference’s Stroll on Houston Street.
Gutiérrez tomará el lugar de Carlos Sada Solana, quien se convertirá en subsecretario para América del Norte a partir del 23 de enero
In his new role, Gutiérrez faces Trump’s promise to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border, deport of thousands of immigrants, and renegotiate NAFTA.
City officials broke ground Friday on a $2.6 million improvement project for Martin Luther King Park that will add lighting, connect the Eastside park with an adjacent sports complex and add monuments to emphasize the park’s historical significance.
As San Antonio faces rapid population growth in the next decades, one part of the city’s population – the homeless – should not be forgotten by the larger community