On Aug. 15, the day of the annual solar double illumination, a setting sun in the west casts rays of light through two glass openings.
San Antonio Zoo officials are working toward a bold plan to expand the 104-year-old zoo beyond its quarry wall and create a safari-like experience.
Educators have called the system an oversimplification of a complex grading rubric and characterized it as relying too heavily on STAAR results.
Both the Light building and the Alameda are located in the urban core, which has seen a recent uptick in office space construction and historic renovations.
San Antonio’s public safety agencies need more money to better serve their employees and constituents, two top executives said Wednesday.
River Authority officials say the rate increase is all about responding to the need for better flood preparedness that emerged after Hurricane Harvey slammed the Texas Gulf Coast nearly a year ago.
A County judge denied a request that could have prevented the fire union’s proposed charter amendments from getting onto the November ballot.
The Family Association said Council members voting for Woo would be “at odds with the majority of San Antonio voters who are Catholic, Christian, and Pro-life.”
Biologists and naturalists fear a steady flow of treated sewage will spell disaster for one of the last untouched Hill Country spring-fed streams.
The Texas Education Agency released its ratings for all districts and campuses Wednesday following an overhaul of the state accountability system.