A proposed fence has drawn criticism from some residents who said the barrier denies the plaza’s original intent as an open community space.
Two Native American groups wonder what will become of their request, filed last year, to have a larger part of the grounds designated a historic cemetery.
Local nonprofit organizations always help migrants passing through San Antonio. The recent increase in number led the City to step in as well.
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
Organizer Ernest Martinez expects at least 15,000 people to participate in the César Chávez March for Justice on Saturday.
Holocaust survivor Eva Schloss spoke to a packed house at Trinity University, connecting her experience under Nazi Germany to intolerance in today’s world.
Empowering Youth has created a curriculum to guide high school students and through the process of voting and show the importance of doing so.
YOSA wrestled with playing the concert in the shadow of “Leaving Neverland,” but ultimately the student musicians, staff, and supporters decided to go ahead.
A historic ranch home and cemetery near Texas A&M University–San Antonio provide new insight into slavery and black history in Bexar County.
Texas’ lack of a nondiscrimination law that protects sexual orientation and gender identity expression is adversely affecting the state’s LGBTQIA teachers.