The American Institute of Architects celebrated its annual People + Place awards Tuesday night.
A group of anonymous City Council staffers is considering suing the City of San Antonio for possible violations of labor laws.
Leaders from the transit agencies of Houston, Austin, Dallas, and San Antonio discussed how to provide the best service to riders at a Tuesday panel.
The SAY Sí arts program announced Tuesday that it will relocate to a new, larger facility on the West Side.
A San Antonio River Authority proposal to more than double property taxes could be dead in the water.
Faced with two natural gas plants reaching the end of their lifespan, CPS Energy is prepared to begin buying power from an existing Texas natural gas plant.
A gap in mental health services in San Antonio can result in potentially unnecessary trips to local emergency rooms, an analysis has found.
San Antonio ISD trustees OK’d approximately $20 million in projects near Fox Tech, and Bexar County is set to foot the bill.
In February, the Alamo Trust, Tobin Endowment, and San Antonio Symphony will present an Alamo-themed musical, “Remember.” Tickets go on sale Dec. 1.
At the 2019 Texas Mobility Summit, local and state leaders discussed the future of Texas mobility and the need for non-highway options.