San Antonio led the nation last year in total population growth and was the fastest-growing major metro in Texas, U.S. Census Data showed.
Pedestrian deaths in San Antonio are down since 2016, according to new data, but 51 pedestrian deaths in 2017 is still unacceptable, local leaders say.
Silicon Valley has bet on the romanticized image of 20-something entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas and boundless energy for years. But is it right?
As so-called “smart cities” across the U.S. explore opportunities to deliver more services over the internet, they also expose city infrastructure to cybersecurity threats– and San Antonio is no exception, local experts say.
UTSA will provide $1 million in scholarships to enroll more low-income students, women, and minorities in its computer science program.
Even though Bexar County students are showing gains in most of their preliminary STAAR results from April, scores of at-risk students indicate they are not getting the help they need.
More people are moving from other parts of the U.S. to Texas than to anywhere else. Half of the state’s recent growth was thanks to natural increase.
Men hold a quarter more positions on City committees and boards on average than women do, a recent analysis by the Rivard Report shows.
Ahead of San Antonio’s second annual March for Science this Saturday, some may wonder why people march for that particular cause.
Women in technology who work in male-dominated business environments should “lean in” with humor, empathy, and confidence, said an all-female panel at a local technology conference.