Immigrants’ rights supporters arrived at Milam Park on Friday afternoon to march in protest against the provisions of SB 4 and possible changes to DACA.
Children in foster care in the greater Houston area are again finding themselves displaced as flood waters have wiped out around 50,000 homes.
The Mayor’s Hurricane Relief Fund was one of dozens of charitable initiatives started locally since Hurricane Harvey blew across the Texas coast.
In an attempt to highlight the importance of vaccinating children, school districts are sending out this reminders to their students: No Shots/No School.
Of the 20 items on the special session’s agenda, nine bills passed, including two restricting abortion access in Texas, which have been signed into law.
Texas Oncology has opened the doors to its new comprehensive outpatient cancer center near the South Texas Medical Center.
A crowd of 200 filled the Ella Austin Community Center Saturday afternoon for a town hall meeting centered around health care and the Affordable Care Act.
Police officers, firefighters, and paramedics work in a culture that separates the helper from those in need of help.
There were 2,086 documented sexual assaults in Bexar County in 2015, according to the Department of Public Safety’s annual crime report.
Bexar County leads the state in infant opioid withdrawal and has the third highest per capita rate of overdose deaths in Texas.