The City-owned utility is the only local government entity that doesn’t take public comments at its regular meetings and doesn’t stream them live on video.
The state’s highest court decided against CPS Energy and AT&T in a case involving CPS Energy’s business dealings with AT&T and Time Warner Cable.
The station at the edge of Walmart’s parking lot has six 150-kilowatt and two 350-kilowatt chargers, the first fast direct-current chargers in San Antonio.
A construction crew carrying out bond-funded improvements will close a section of De Zavala Road on three nights over the next two weeks to make room for water line work.
Big Sun Community Solar plans to provide enough solar capacity for 500 to 600 CPS Energy customers installed in an expected 15 solar carports around the city.
Asked whether he believes that the Earth’s climate is warming rapidly as a result of human activity, CPS Energy trustee Ed Kelley said he’s “read a lot of reports on both sides of it.”
New markings on South Alamo between César Chávez and Pereida are part of a project involving street surface upgrades and the addition of 5-foot-wide bike lanes.
It’s part of a project involving street surface upgrades and the addition of 5-foot-wide bike lanes between Pereida and South St. Mary’s Street.
Interstate 10 entrance ramps near Fair Oaks Ranch and the Dominion have reopened, according to TxDOT.
For now, the far right-hand lanes of Wurzback Parkway at the bridge construction site will remain closed in each direction 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays.
Among the ideas to improve San Antonio’s air quality are asking the public to drive less on bad-air days and identifying specific sources of pollution.