Commentary: San Antonians voting in the constitutional amendment election Nov. 5 should pay close attention to Propositions 5 and 8.
The Bexar County Clerk’s office started selling hunting and fishing licenses in October. Residents and non-residents can buy licenses downtown.
The Bat Loco Bash draws thousands of onlookers to watch the bats under the Camden Street Bridge over the San Antonio River take flight.
As the town rebuilds, it’s looking past tourism to other industries, even oyster farming, that will sustain and grow the coastal economy.
The chief of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says the absence of the 54-year-old Land and Water Conservation Fund is a “substantial loss” for state parks and natural areas.
The permit currently under review by the TCEQ would allow the sewage plant to discharge up to an average of 500,000 gallons per day into Honey Creek.
Biologists and naturalists fear a steady flow of treated sewage will spell disaster for one of the last untouched Hill Country spring-fed streams.
Zebra mussels have appeared just north of San Antonio in Canyon Lake, the furthest south the invasive invertebrates have been found.
Hixon was instrumental in preserving Government Canyon State Natural Area. He passed away on July 18 at age 81.
Ride the murky, green-tinted water along the snaking 6 1/2-mile path, shaded by willows and cedar elms.