Local business leaders who had opposed three city charter amendments on the ballot are frustrated, if not surprised, by Tuesday’s election results.
Local restaurateur Lisa Wong purchased the property from Esquire Tavern owner Chris Hill for more than $3 million.
USAA announced Tuesday that an Ohio investment company will acquire USAA’s Asset Management Company in a deal worth $850 million.
Decision-makers from the Pentagon to the battlefield all agree on one underlying truth: A capability is only as good as it is relevant.
Founded nearly 50 years ago, Hallmark University is a private university that prepares students for careers in aeronautics, health care, business, and technology.
Blue Duck Scooters has closed on more than $18 million in capital to purchase 35,000 to 40,000 dockless, electric scooters and expand its scooter-share program throughout the Southern U.S.
With the release of initial guidelines, projects under the program to boost low-income urban and rural communities are expected to gain steam.
San Antonio philanthropist Kym Rapier donated $1 million to a program that will repair or replace roofs for some of the city's most vulnerable residents.
San Antonio robotics company Xenex, whose ultraviolet-light-emitting machines can kill deadly germs in minutes, envisions a world in which disinfecting robots are a universal presence in medical facilities.
City Council approved San Antonio's first ordinance to regulate short-term rentals Thursday on an 8-2 vote.
After living without an internet connection for several years at their public housing residence, Valerie Garza and her 18-year-old son, Randy Reyna Jr., decided to purchase a $52 monthly internet plan from Spectrum.