The frequency and severity of weather events, including the recent flooding along the Llano River, have left communities ill-prepared.
Food waste is receiving increasing attention from managers, activists, policymakers, and scholars, who call it a global social problem.
With the world’s oceans and rivers increasingly choked with plastic waste, the San Antonio Zoo is challenging local businesses to do their part to help, starting with the straw.
SAWS manages, inspects, and cleans more than 12,000 miles of underground water and sewer pipes, which is equivalent to the distance from South Texas to Australia.
Unusually wet and cold weather kept monarch butterflies in San Antonio weeks after their usual peak migration season this year.
Under a final plan by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, San Antonio will receive nearly $61.6 million of the $209 million headed for Texas.
Approximately 50 gallons of a flammable chemical leaked from a valve at the Calumet Specialty Products refinery, according to City’s Office of Emergency Management.
San Antonio Water System customers’ bills will rise again next year after the utility’s board approved a set of rate increases that start January.
CPS Energy had a bumper year for selling electricity onto the Texas power grid and is now using that revenue to pay down some of its debts, according to utility officials.
Across most of the state, heavy rainstorms are hitting Texas more often than previously thought, according to a study by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
San Antonio Zoo biologists plan to introduce dozens of horned lizard babies reared at the zoo to a 2,000-acre ranch.