As so-called “smart cities” across the U.S. explore opportunities to deliver more services over the internet, they also expose city infrastructure to cybersecurity threats– and San Antonio is no exception, local experts say.
Even though Bexar County students are showing gains in most of their preliminary STAAR results from April, scores of at-risk students indicate they are not getting the help they need.
Your guide to the weeklong celebration of cultural diversity marking the 300th anniversary of the establishment of Mission San Antonio de Valero.
Millennial populations are growing in activity centers and southeast suburban neighborhoods, but falling near military bases and on much of the Northside.
You can explore the trendline of visits to the Missions since 1983 by using the Rivard Report’s interactive charts in this story.
San Antonio’s Westside is home to one of the nation’s largest databases of contemporary Latinx artists and their work in the United States.
Platforms like Strava can help city officials take a new approach to deciding where bike infrastructure should go by sharing its users’ data.
While 83% of households in San Antonio have both a computer and internet, the issue is not how many are connected, but rather who is connected, and where.
If San Antonio is to live up to its goal of being an equitable city, openness must be reflected in the ways its leaders engage both data and citizens.