A luncheon discussion about the South Texas Medical Center’s history and future impact will take place on Monday, Sept. 24.
The City of San Antonio is seeking information for a potential autonomous vehicle pilot program that would inform how driverless cars are used.
The Central Business District has been earmarked to test innovative lighting solutions and parking accessibility and enforcement.
A City Council committee on Tuesday recommended Brooks and the South Texas Medical Center as proving grounds for smart-city technology.
A mile-long stretch of Wurzbach Road between I-10 and Fredericksburg Road is known for its variety of international food offerings, from the Far East to the Middle East and beyond.
Though he retired as Frost Bank's chief executive officer 20 years ago, Frost arrives at the office every morning to attend to civic responsibilities.
With an investment of $5 million in 2017 bond money, the UT Health Science Center's Cancer Therapy and Research Center in San Antonio could complete its new partnership with Houston's MD Anderson Cancer Center and stop thousands of San Antonians from leaving the city to seek treatment elsewhere.
I read with interest and a bit of envy the multitude of personal reflections on some of the wonderful San Antonio neighborhoods featured in the Rivard Report series "Where I Live."
Tuesday is Veterans Day, and in a small San Antonio ceremony held Monday, that meant listening to Dominique Eatmon, an East Central High School Choir soloist and her fellow choir members sing "God Bless America."
Last night in a crowded room at the Vista at Valero, the who’s who of San Antonio's leadership, bioscience, and medical community gathered to honor Dr. Francisco Cigarroa, a South Texas native and local San Antonio leader, with the ninth annual Julio Palmaz Award for his work in bioscience and biomedical education.