SA2020, a community vision turned nonprofit, revealed the results of eight years of work towards a “better San Antonio” on Friday.
The San Antonio City Council’s Governance Committee on Wednesday approved a proposal for establishing an open data program for city, county, and other local area governments.
San Antonio’s Westside is home to one of the nation’s largest databases of contemporary Latinx artists and their work in the United States.
Hate crimes increased nationwide in 2016, FBI statistics show, yet there are barriers to accurately reporting them, regional and national experts say.
If you live in San Antonio, chances are you drive a car to and from work. And chances are, according to new estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau, you’re also driving alone.
San Antonio appears to be growing quickly relative to other Texas cities but not making as much progress in educational attainment or income.
How should residents ask the City of San Antonio for infrastructure to protect pedestrians and cyclists?
Saturday is Veterans Day, the anniversary of the signing of the 1918 armistice that ended World War I. And if you wanted to find a veteran to thank in San Antonio, the Acadiana Cafe was the place to be.
Platforms like Strava can help city officials take a new approach to deciding where bike infrastructure should go by sharing its users’ data.
CI:Now’s Viz-a-lyzer allows users to explore Bexar County data across several key indicators at varying geographic levels over time.