The station includes 10 fueling lanes for compressed natural gas, or CNG, used to fuel VIA’s fleet of 308 CNG buses.
Vireo numbers have grown, thanks to work by the states, the U.S. Army, Mexico, private landowners, and environmental groups, federal officials said.
Owned by the State of Texas, Rancho Sierra remains undeveloped and for sale because of federal protections for the golden-cheeked warbler.
A car auction company that purchased an abandoned tire dump site on the Southside has removed all tires from the property.
UTSA assistant professor Antonio Petrov moderated the final event of the speaker series “On the Edge of Future: Narratives of the Making of a City.”
A March letter states that the Environmental Protection Agency would consider “all or portions of Bexar County as, at best, unclassifiable.”
A fungal disease that has devastated bat populations across the eastern half of the United States has spread as far south as Kendall County.
Former Judson ISD Superintendent Willis Mackey will join the board of the municipally owned electric and gas utility after a 8-3 council vote in his favor.
Council was set to vote on Mackey last week, but a spokesman for Mayor Nirenberg said the mayor moved the vote to give more members time to meet with Mackey.
An increasing number of solar panels in San Antonio has bumped the city up two places on an environmental nonprofit’s solar ranking list compared to last year.