San Antonio City Councilman Manny Pelaez talks about a developer’s move to bulldoze more than 30 acres of wooded acreage.
Lourdes Castro Ramírez, who chaired the task force that produced the most comprehensive study of SA’s housing needs to date, joins us to discuss its findings.
Frost Tower, the first office high-rise to join downtown’s skyline in three decades, has reached its full height and will open for business in 2019.
Viola Barrios’ children today carry on her legacy, honoring their mother with the enduring gift of generosity she instilled in them.
With the impending redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, I invited historian Lewis Fisher to share details about the various structures at the iconic site.
In this week’s podcast, Judge Sid Harle discusses the 2014 killing of Elmendorf’s police chief and he had to acquit the killer.
A variety of Fourth of July celebrations began on the holiday’s eve Tuesday and carried well into Wednesday in locations across San Antonio.
This week the Rivard Report’s Brendan Gibbons broke the story that UTSA has been replaced by a private consulting firm in the city’s climate action effort.
Sure, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, or AMLO, is the leftist frontrunner of the Mexican presidential race. But he’s not the next Hugo Chavez.
Graham Watson-Ringo has been named managing editor of the Rivard Report, where she will lead the growing editorial team at the nonprofit news organization.