The only way San Antonio will become more competitive is by ensuring its youth shows up at the starting line and competes with every other U.S. city in the race.
Editor's note: The following column by Texas Tribune Executive Editor Ross Ramsey first appeared on the Texas Tribune site on May 18 and is reprinted with permission.
My father, Dr. Lawrence T. Papay, passed away in 2014.
Electric vehicle enthusiasts and those curious to learn more about how to ditch the gas-pump will gather this Saturday at the William R. Sinkin EcoCentro center at San Antonio College for National Drive Electric Week.
Tesla Motors' request for a zoning change that would allow the company to construct facilities for vehicle, tire, and battery sales and installation failed to earn the Zoning Commission's approval Tuesday.
Luxury electric car company Tesla Motors didn't pick San Antonio for its $5 billion battery factory in 2014, and now, less than one year later, the Texas Legislature is rejecting Tesla's bid to establish direct sales stores in Texas.