It was the first meeting between UTSA and Army West Point in San Antonio, home to one of the largest concentrations of military bases in the United States.
After hosting its fifth Mexican national soccer team game in as many years, the City of San Antonio has its sights set on scoring bigger El Tri events in the future.
San Antonian Jesse Garcia completed an 11-year goal in early August, running 24,901 miles. That distance equals the circumference of the earth.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
As the football season gets underway, the UTSA athletic department is anticipating the start of construction later this fall on a key new facility.
Two San Antonio judo athletes, Mariah Holguin and Nina Cutro-Kelly, are competing this week in the World Judo Championships in Tokyo.
Central Catholic High School named its new basketball court for Coach Joe Cortez, who led the Buttons to 10 state championships.
The San Antonio Storybook podcast recalls that time when Henry the Puffy Taco accidentally outran a young fan – and the pair’s epic rematch.
Cindy Gleason works full-time as an anesthesiologist in San Antonio, but carves out time to train in Brazilian jiujitsu a few times a week.
Although the club’s attendance is similar to last year in Double-A baseball, the Missions are 12th in attendance among the 16 Pacific Coast League teams.
Commentary: This Fourth of July is an opportunity to consider what initially united us as a country and rally behind a powerful embodiment of those values.