Google has added a new feature that allows businesses to identify as veteran-owned, and a handful of San Antonio bars and restaurants have opted in.
Military City, USA has a weekend full of events honoring veterans and active-duty service members.
City Council discussed what to do with $4.1 million of the City's $2.8 billion fiscal year 2019 budget Wednesday.
Jeree Milam is a family nurse practitioner who commissioned into the U.S. Air Force Reserves in 2016 to become a flight nurse.
Todd Nelson served 20 years active duty in the U.S. Army, including combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, and now works at USAA's Federal Savings Bank.
Brian Dillard served 10 years active duty in the U.S. Air Force as a cybersecurity specialist.
Officially designated as Military City USA since June 2017, San Antonio will host a number of Memorial Day events over the long weekend.
Hundreds watched the military's finest demonstrate discipline, precision, and esprit de corps, during the first of a two-day military appreciation event commemorating San Antonio's 300th birthday.
Kelly Field received $5 million from from a state agency program dedicated to assisting communities in the wake of Base Realignment and Closure closures.
City and military leaders say one or more private hospital organizations have indicated interest in possibly developing more trauma centers around SA.