Health agency is demanding that the group, which faces an investigation over questionable billing, pay back $29,431 in costs the state incurred.
The San Antonio Food Bank experienced historically low inventory levels at the beginning of September but is rebuilding its stock.
On Sept. 30, San Antonio launched a city-wide initiative to provide blood transfusions inside ambulances to people who have suffered major blood loss.
Since 2004, proceeds from the Red and White Ball have supported work within BioBridge Global and its subsidiaries.
The School of Osteopathic Medicine has been spearheading school-based vaccination clinics on San Antonio’s South and West sides for the past two years.
From Oct. 12-21, shoppers who purchase a $50 Cure Cancer Card will receive a 20 percent discount at more than 250 retail, restaurant, and service locations.
Hosted by Morgan’s Wonderland, the 50th annual state Special Olympics Summer Games will bring 3,000 participating athletes to San Antonio.
The Dixon Wellness Center on the Southeast Side offers medical, dental, and behavioral health care, physical therapy, and oral surgery.
Good weather and free parking helped turn out participants for the 15th Síclovía family-friendly fitness event downtown on Sunday.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time when survivors, mental health advocates and others unite to save lives.
The funding includes two separate grants, totaling $1.65 million, to be distributed evenly over three years.