Come January, more than 200 local tech professionals will mentor students on their path toward educational and career opportunities.
U.S. Rep. Joaquín Castro and former Ambassador Antonio Garza said political discourse about immigration has shifted in the last 20 years to a harsher tone.
Leading up to its 2018 convention in San Antonio, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is conducting a nationwide listening tour.
The downtown campus currently offers its more than 4,500 undergraduate and graduate students degree programs from three UTSA colleges.
The grant funds SAISD’s Pipeline for College Success program, an initiative aimed at increasing the number of students who enroll in and complete college.
City Council District 5 is now home to a pilot program in which private-public partnerships aim to address the housing needs of low-income residents.
A panel of urban experts analyzed ways in which communities can better influence how development proceeds to the benefit of all socioeconomic groups.
The projected race between O’Rourke and Republican U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz is shaping up to be one of the most-watched contests in the November 2018 elections.
Maintaining a strong environment for job creation and economic development remains atop Bexar County’s agenda, County Judge Nelson Wolff said Monday.
District 5 must better address issues such as affordable housing, reliable transportation, and higher paying jobs, Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales said.