U.S. Census Bureau data reveals Bexar and similar Texas counties are steadily growing in population and diversity.
Post-runoff election voting data paints a similar picture to the one after the May 4 election between Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilman Greg Brockhouse.
San Antonio added more than 20,000 new residents between 2017 and 2018. It placed second among the fastest-growing cities in the U.S.
Officials and business leaders should support visionary thinking rather than resting on laurels and believing we merit a “Millennial City USA” label, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.
Thirteen groups issues the warning, and some are considering suing the State.
In 2018, 34.7 percent of Bexar County voters went straight-ticket Democrat while 23.4 percent voted straight-ticket Republican.
One event at the International Downtown Association conference gave a glimpse into two Southside neighborhoods fighting against the odds to achieve revival.
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Where a child lives in San Antonio may shape their economic future regardless of whether or not they grew up in a poor household.
San Antonio is the nation’s fastest-growing city, and many of the newcomers are from out of state, according to U.S. Census Bureau data.