After years of staff and budget cuts, La Prensa de San Antonio is shutting down.
Kelly Field received $5 million from from a state agency program dedicated to assisting communities in the wake of Base Realignment and Closure closures.
The Boeing 737-800 bound was carrying 38 passengers and six crew members on board the aircraft.
The nonprofit Rivard Report, San Antonio’s fast-growing digital media site, invites applications for the newly created position of editor-in-chief.
The city’s procrastinators don’t have much time left to have their say in the general election.
San Antonio voters have an $850 million decision to make in the next 22 days.
Meet the Rivard Report’s new Director of Development, Jenna Price Mallette.
The Rivard Report celebrates its fourth anniversary today, and with our recent transformation to a member-supported nonprofit, this seems like a good time to take a look back and then introduce our growing staff. Four years have streamed by in a flash, yet our beginnings seem so long ago.
It’s been 40 years since certain crude, unprocessed oil has left U.S. soil bound for other nations outside of Canada, but since a ban on such exports was lifted on Dec.
The Rivard Report is seeking an experienced journalist to help cover local government and urban affairs in San Antonio.