Crews began installing the final 53 of 2,400 air conditioners for residents living in SAHA apartments. The work will be done by the end of July.
The School Parks program has enhanced 27 local school parks over the last five years that are typically open to the public after hours and during summer.
Texas will ask a federal appeals court in New Orleans to end the Affordable Care Act in its entirety — without offering a replacement plan.
*Sponsored* Meals on Wheels’ Friendly Visitor volunteers are matched with a homebound client who’s interested in a weekly visit.
Bexar County’s HPV vaccination rates are higher than the state average but lag areas such as Houston and El Paso.
Domestic violence in San Antonio has reached epidemic levels – so what can City, State, and federal leaders do to fight it?
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants protected bike lanes and the people riding those bicycles to be part of the Broadway fabric. I am with the mayor.
A program at Our Lady of the Lake’s Woolfolk School of Communication Sciences and Disorders helps youth use tech to overcome their communication challenges.
Designed with low-income and rural communities in mind, the $7.20 test does not require a hospital or lab analysis and yields results in as few as 13 days.
Nestled into a residential neighborhood on the city’s Northeast side, Abode Contemplative Care for the Dying is a three-bedroom home that serves as a safe and comfortable space for people to die.
Toronto urbanist Gil Penalosa was invited back to San Antonio by the local chapter of Women’s Transportation Seminar.