A federal bankrupcty court has approved a restructuring plan for San Antonio-based iHeartMedia, which declared bankruptcy last year.
San Antonio residents on Thursday will have an opportunity to voice their support for a smoke-free policy proposal for local parks.
USAA employees, about 19,000 of whom are based in San Antonio, will receive 14.8 percent of their annual salary in a payout Feb. 7.
Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen appointed House members to head more than 30 committees this legislative session.
Daytime boarding with resort-style amenities, such as those offered by Lucy's Doggy Daycare and Spa, is part of a multibillion-dollar industry.
A Republican senator criticized by an aide to the lieutenant governor came back with a rebuke – a jab that cost him his best committee assignment.
An exhibition at the Witte Museum and accompanying book by photographer Michael Nye offer insight into blindness and perception.
South San ISD's board will consider reopening campuses that closed less than two years ago because of low enrollment, but it's unclear whether the district's enrollment would support the move.
The pilot program will replace fixed bus routes with vans that riders can summon as needed through a mobile app, similar to Lyft and Uber.
A familiar face will fill the vacant trustee position on Edgewood Independent School District's governing board.