Two pilots ejected from their T-6A Texan II trainer plane before it crashed in a Northeast San Antonio field on Tuesday afternoon.
Myra Evans-Manyweather greets people with a smile, a hug, and warm words.
Freshman Congressman Will Hurd wants San Antonio to become Cybersecurity City USA, a natural progression for a city long known as Military City USA.
Outgoing President and CEO Bruce Miller outlined the past and future of Port San Antonio before an audience of more than 120 business and community members gathered for the West San Antonio Chamber of Commerce's first ever luncheon on Wednesday.
Walk through a concourse at Baltimore’s BWI Airport these days and you can’t help noticing the enormous navy blue and white banner fluttering overhead, advertising the University of Maryland’s degree program in cybersecurity.
The day before he died, Pres. John F. Kennedy visited Brooks Air Force Base (AFB), now Brooks City-Base, to get a firsthand look at developments in aerospace medicine, Air Force Historian Rudy Purificato told his audience Saturday at the Central Library auditorium.
“Why did you move to San Antonio?” It's a question I have heard a lot since moving my family here nearly a year ago. While my wife and I moved here primarily to be close to family, good weather, my school, and the Air Force, my reply more often than not is simply: “Because I go to college here at The Culinary Institute of America.