The bridge connects two halves of Hardberger Park in Northwest San Antonio over Wurzbach Parkway, which cuts through the middle.
SAWS officials say they’ll be ready to take the water when it starts flowing in 2020, regardless of the outcome of a lawsuit with a construction contractor that has threatened to hold up a portion of the project.
Based on robust activity in the monarchs' primary Midwestern breeding grounds, one monarch expert predicted "the migration should be the strongest since 2008."
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.
Starting Tuesday, outdoor irrigation use is permitted any day of the week before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m.
A plan to bring highly radioactive waste to West Texas has restarted, and anti-nuclear activists are back at work trying to get it killed for good.
The vast majority of existing businesses would see no changes, though some may be required to report additional information to the TCEQ.
Members of the Devils River Conservancy have launched a campaign called “Don’t Blow It,” to advocate against wind development along the Devils and Pecos rivers.
This week, the University of Texas at San Antonio announced it had renewed its research partnership with Cibolo Preserve, a 644-acre island in an ever-growing sea of development established by San Antonio entrepreneur and philanthropist Bill Lende.
Organizations assigned a parking spot each used their space to show what their vision for McCullough Avenue.
Clear, cold water now bubbles up from depths, contained by a stone well at the Headwaters at Incarnate Word sanctuary next to the University of the Incarnate Word campus.