More than 22,000 runners took to the slick streets of downtown San Antonio Sunday during the 10th annual Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon.
For the 26,000 runners registered for the annual Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll marathon, this weekend provides an opportunity to experience a community runner’s high. For San Antonio motorists, the marathon and several associated events means navigating road closures.
San Antonio was left off the list of four finalists currently being considered for two Major League Soccer expansion teams, according to an announcement Wednesday by the league.
The Believe It Foundation on Friday announced Believe It Bikes, a citywide adaptive bike program for children with physical disabilities.
The local organizing committee for the NCAA Men’s Final Four will begin on-site and online registration for volunteers Wednesday at Main Plaza.
When new coach Samantha Mendez arrived at Memorial High School in 2015, the volleyball program was a mess.
Thirty games into the season, Ryan Roushandel was a little-used player. In the 31st game, he became a hero, a history-maker.
Officials on Wednesday announced a 10-year extension of Valero’s longtime sponsorship of the Valero Texas Open in San Antonio.
After 28 seasons, Carter, 55, has decided to retire. If he wins that elusive state championship — Reagan fell short in the 2006 finals — Carter and the Rattlers will celebrate a perfect ending. If not, Carter will say goodbye to a career no one imagined.
Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich delivered scathing criticism of President Donald Trump’s administration and his recent comments on professional athletes.
When Justin arrived on campus in 2015 from San Antonio Christian High School, he was built like an upside down exclamation point: 6-foot-7 and 180 pounds dripping wet. Today he packs 205 pounds of muscle on a 6-9 frame. What happened?