Insubordination as a disciplinary offense disproportionately impacts students of color, living in poverty, and with special educational needs.
In 2001, the University of Incarnate Word agreed to a $2.44 million payout to settle racial discrimination claims.
We may have been naive to be surprised that a San Antonio company named La Cantera would be sued in 2018 for enforcing an "English-only" policy.
Call To Action is committed to LGBTQ equality, women’s ordination, racial justice, and lay empowerment in the Roman Catholic Church.
SAMMinistries runs several homelessness prevention programs and provides permanent shelter to 150 people.
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission on Monday filed a federal lawsuit against La Cantera Resort & Spa for discrimination.
Bexar County Sherrifs Deputy saved the life of a 24-year old male by administering Narcan, the nasal spray version of Naloxone, a medication that can temporarily stop or reverse the effects of an opioid overdose.
Around 70 people attended a community meeting to help the City figure out how to spend $1 million allocated toward addressing displacement.
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation awarded the 2018 Culture of Health Prize to San Antonio for its commitment to health equity.
Democracy is Ours will host area candidates Celina Montoya, Stephanie Phillips, Claire Barnett and Joi Chevalier at a Monday panel about women running for office.
Exonerated death row inmate Anthony Graves will visit the University of the Incarnate Word on Wednesday, Sept. 12 for a free public lecture.