Lowering San Antonio’s ozone levels will require finding specific sources of pollution instead of imposing widespread measures, a expert said.
The vast majority of existing businesses would see no changes, though some may be required to report additional information to the TCEQ.
We know it’s not enough to just offer new beverage options – we also need to ensure people know about them and have access to them.
Community health leaders joined together on Wednesday to discuss bridging the life expectancy gap between north and south San Antonio.
After releasing a short trailer of an interview with Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood on the topic of vaccinations on Monday, Vaxxed TV posted the full video on its YouTube channel Tuesday morning.
Brace yourselves, Síclovía is coming.
The sight of a stray dog or cat is a daily occurrence in much of San Antonio.
I am no longer the City’s Director of Metro Health and all indications are I might be the last trained physician to hold that post, but the focus shouldn’t be on me or what others are saying about me.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley released a statement via email Wednesday evening detailing the “personnel matter” cited as cause for the dismissal of Metropolitan Health District Director Dr. Thomas Schlenker: “his lack of leadership, continued disregard for direction and repeated instances of unprofessional conduct.”
The City of San Antonio fired Metropolitan Health District Director Dr. Thomas Schlenker last Wednesday for what City officials called a “personnel matter.”