The site, designed by Lake Flato Architects and Ten Eyck Landscape Architects, is located close to the Austin 360 bridge.
A poll released in mid-October indicates that young Americans are more likely to vote in the current midterm elections than they were in 2010 and 2014.
Thousands of high school musicians and their families will swarm downtown San Antonio over the next six days as two major marching band competitions take place at the Alamodome.
Applications for The DoSeum’s 2019 STEM Teacher Cohort program are open to teachers of third-, fourth-, and fifth-grade students.
If renovation is just talk, the decaying building should be razed so Beacon Hill Dual Language Academy students can have a playground again.
The goal is to enroll 250 additional Hispanic, minority, and low-income students to become teachers certified in bilingual education, ESL, math, or science.
Sosa and his nonprofit team at Yes! Our Kids Can are attempting to persuade students as young as 4 and 5 to consider college.
The lineup and schedule have been finalized for the three-day event, Nov. 8-10, produced by the Rivard Report in partnership with the Southwest School of Art.
The Parade of Nations unfolds much like the opening ceremony at the Olympics and has become an annual tradition over the past decade.
In a resolution approved Tuesday, commissioners said Bexar County will take “active steps” to ready its downtown property for UTSA's use.
Senior Octavio Santin didn't expect what he called an "autofill option," which allows voters to cast a straight ticket ballot.