Growing Empowered Together (GET) is a new grassroots nonprofit in San Antonio with the mission of inspiring progressive Texas Millennials, Americans born between 1982 and 2000, to vote and to volunteer in their communities.
Results from a recent New York Times/CBS News poll showed that more than a third of Millennials will vote for a third party candidate – Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson or Green Party candidate Jill Stein – in November’s election instead of Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump.
The $800 million border security operation passed by state lawmakers has helped seal off parts of the state’s southern border.
As the $596 million 2012 Municipal Bond comes to a close on time and on budget, citizens and City leaders in San Antonio have already begun scoping out projects for the record-breaking $850 million 2017 Municipal Bond.
Now in the third year of its Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) college program, the Southwest School of Art (SSA) in downtown San Antonio was one of several local colleges and universities to take part in the 2016 National Voter Registration Day.
During the past few weeks the presidential polls have shifted from a lead for Hillary Clinton of more than five points to a lead of at most one or two points.
More than a year ago I started an online discussion community for San Antonians to share their ideas and collaborate with each other to improve our city.
This past Friday, academic, psychiatrist, and former director of the National Autonomous University in Mexico (UNAM) Juan Ramón de la Fuente came to San Antonio to give a lecture in Spanish about the binational perspective of drug usage.
El viernes pasado, el académico, psiquiatra y ex rector de la Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM) Juan Ramón de la Fuente dio una plática en San Antonio sobre la perspectiva binacional del uso de las drogas.
DALLAS — Ensuring that children and other vulnerable Texans are not left behind as the state grows should be the focus of the next legislative session, Texas House Speaker Joe Straus said on Tuesday.