The Rivard Report announced three new hires who start this month as we work to sharpen and deepen our coverage of San Antonio.
The work of the Rivard Report’s staff of 15 journalists and business team members is underwritten in San Antonio by major donors and individual members.
Wood, another man, and four women had faced five felony charges relating to destruction of property and two misdemeanor counts of rioting.
A San Antonio-based photographer is standing trial on charges stemming from his arrest during protests on the day of President Donald Trump’s inauguration.
We hope you will follow our board of directors’ lead and support the Rivard Report’s continuing growth and our community journalism.
In the spirit of holiday sharing, several members of the Rivard Report staff went on video to share their most memorable Thanksgiving dishes.
The Rivard Report will host “Conversations with the Council” a series meant to spur dialogue in all corners of the city.
But San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg brought the current trilateral trade talks home by pointing out the almost 200,000 local jobs that are at stake.
With a new editor taking the lead, we believe there will be ample opportunity to win the support and loyalty of more of you in the months ahead.
Beth Frerking will leave the The National Law Journal in Washington D.C. to become the editor-in-chief of the Rivard Report in September.