An eight-year legal battle that challenged the Edwards Aquifer Authority’s unique board structure came to an end last week in its favor.
Avoiding crowds will be a challenge for Texans wanting to use public lands this weekend. Getting the right equipment has also been difficult.
Crew members working on an energy pipeline for Kinder Morgan struck the Vista Ridge water pipeline Thursday and caused a leak.
Commentary: A kayak trip down the almost deserted Paseo del Rio was magical. Why not open the River Walk area periodically to paddlers?
The coronavirus pandemic left the San Antonio Water System board commemorating their completed water project at a virtual meeting.
San Antonio’s Zoning Commission approved a rezoning request that would allow construction of houses and townhomes over the Edwards Aquifer Recharge Zone.
A dispute over a summer camp’s proposal to discharge its wastewater into a Hill Country stream is headed for a judicial review.
Concentrations of a pollutant tied to fossil fuel burning showed a significant decline across the state, according to satellite imagery.
A new federal agreement asks transportation and energy companies to participate in conserving thousands of acres of monarch butterfly habitat.
Wurzbach Parkway is scheduled for weekend closures through May so steel beams can be laid for the land bridge that will connect Hardberger Park’s two sides.
Visitors will have to wear face coverings, stand 6 feet apart, and avoid gathering in groups of more than five. Also, no camping allowed for now.
With most of the city shut down because of the coronavirus, urban anglers are finding more time and solace fishing in clearer San Antonio River waters.
Amid concerns about the spread of coronavirus, some San Antonians with allergies worry that their symptoms could be an indication of something more serious.