Where a child lives in San Antonio may shape their economic future regardless of whether or not they grew up in a poor household.
Thousands of local residents rely on assistance from the San Antonio Water System to pay their water and sewer bills, recent data from the utility shows.
Cities across the U.S. including San Antonio are still reeling from regulatory battles with rideshare companies Lyft and Uber. Now, there's a new game in town: e-scooters.
The percentage of those with health insurance dropped slightly in San Antonio last year, the latest U.S. Census bureau data shows.
This month marks the seventh straight month of rental increases in San Antonio, according to a report released Tuesday by Apartment List, a San Fransisco-based real estate service.
Data from the Texas Education Agency shows that economically disadvantaged students perform differently in traditional public schools than in charter schools.
The eviction rate in San Antonio has increased more than 25 percent since 2000, new data from Princeton University shows.
Federal changes to funding, staffing, and administration of the 2020 Census has led cities like San Antonio to take counting marginalized populations into their own hands.
A data-driven look at the City's 2019 budget proposal.
More than 1.5 percent of kindergarten students in Texas claimed vaccine exemptions based on religious or personal beliefs in 2017, recent data shows.