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.
Just as the River Foundation is a purpose-driven steward of the San Antonio River, the organization is also an efficient steward of every investment made in its vision.
There are 3.4 miles of trails, including the main trail and its loops and offshoots, that wind along Cibolo Creek.
On Saturday, the City and the University of Texas at San Antonio, are holding a tree-planting event followed by a free tree giveaway at UTSA’s main campus.
Like its neighbor to the northeast, San Antonio also experiences intense downpours. But Austin and San Antonio have vastly different water systems.
Gretchen Daily, a Stanford University environmental science professor, will give a free talk Thursday in Laurie Auditorium at Trinity University.
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.
After Austin’s water utility sent out a citywide boil water notice, SAWS on Monday trucked 5,000 gallons of drinking water to its northern neighbor.
The monarch butterflies are tagged and tracked in a database as they migrate south to Mexico.