At a time when the number of people testing positive for HIV is on the decline nationwide, San Antonio is trending the other way.
San Antonio for efforts toward achieving health communities, but was given no overall medal. The City of San Antonio is determined to improve that ranking.
When middle schooler Alex walked up to the judge’s bench with his mother, you could feel the tension between them.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
On Thursday, City Council raised the number of backyard chickens that San Antonians can own without a permit from three to eight.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and other speakers at a summit on Friday said members of San Antonio’s business community can help improve local air quality without hurting their bottom line.
San Antonio’s ozone levels have decreased in recent years, but they are still higher than a proposed new national standard announced in 2015.
Many adolescents in Texas find themselves in need of foster care services. At any given time, about 28,000 children are wards of the state.
City leaders will visit schools in Southside ISD, SouthSan ISD, and East Central ISD to help combat childhood obesity through fitness initiatives.
The Mind Science Foundation’s Plugged In conference Oct. 5 will focus on emerging technologies and the future of being human.
The San Antonio team will study and develop policy recommendations to enhance resilience among the LGBTQIA community.