Heat exposure and asphyxiation claimed the lives of at least eight people discovered inside a tractor-trailer in the parking lot of a Southside Walmart in San Antonio.
Speaking to the State Affairs committee of the Texas Senate Friday, Mayor Ron Nirenberg gave opposing testimony to legislation known as the “bathroom bill.”
San Antonio Chamber of Commerce and 15 local superintendents sent a letter urging the State to leave such privacy matters to local education leaders.
On July 18, San Antonio lawmakers return to Austin for a 30-day special session called by Gov. Greg Abbott, who has a lengthy agenda.
State Sen. José Menéndez and some latino faculty members have expressed concern about the process in which a white finalist was selected to become the next president of UTSA.
Isaiah Gonzalez’s family believes that their son’s death was connected to an insidious social media game.
The Raise Your hand Texas Foundation funds pilot programs aimed at improving the education system, and then supports successful programs as they grow.
James “Rad” Weaver frequently points to his Freshman year at John Jay High School in Northside ISD as the source of his success.
Brainnation plans to fill the city with intuitive, student-focused design that offers something better than the school system of the industrial revolution.
During the school year, SAY Sí, a nationally recognized organization that provides after school arts programming, enrolls 150 students from across the city.