A report released Thursday found that Texas had about 835,000 uninsured children in 2017, an increase of 83,000 kids from the previous year.
As diverse as many portray San Antonio to be, many Muslims who live here feel a sense of disconnect and isolation, and that needs to change.
In 1967, Kathrine Switzer ran the Boston Marathon. She's bringing her story and talking with other trailblazing women on a panel on Nov. 29 at Trinity University.
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
Food waste is receiving increasing attention from managers, activists, policymakers, and scholars, who call it a global social problem.
Thus far in 2018, at least 22 transgender people have been killed in the United States.
Vision Zero is an initiative to reduce – and eventually eradicate – traffic fatalities through better enforcement of laws, better street engineering, and better education.
Half a century ago, the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights convened at OLLU to investigate the challenges facing Mexican-Americans in the South.
City Council unanimously approved a resolution Thursday to support women's health, safety, and economic opportunity.
An investigation into a UTSA professor's possible discrimination against a black student found that racial bias was not a factor.
The conference will highlight issues like immigration and voting rights that may not have been a focus at the 1968 hearings.