More than 70 kids descended on Kazen Middle School on Saturday, ready to test their skills at the 24th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Chess Tournament.
U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue visited Castle Hills Elementary School on Friday for a roundtable discussion on school lunches.
The keynote speaker of this year’s MLK march will talk about effecting societal change, in line with this year’s theme: “Dream. Believe. Unite. Do.”
The SUV will be produced alongside Tundra pickups, making San Antonio the exclusive producer of Toyota’s large-body on frame vehicles.
Water from five counties away is gushing down Huebner Creek as testing on the San Antonio Water System’s new pipeline begins.
DreamWeek is still going strong, cocktail lovers raise their glasses, gamers gather, and Monster Jam is back at the Alamodome this weekend.
City Council agreed to delay votes on zoning changes in the Lavaca and Government Hill neighborhoods near downtown San Antonio.
Of the $10 million in grants made at the end of 2019, $3 million was given to nearly 100 nonprofits through the Area Foundation’s annual competitive process.
Selena Forever/Siempre Selena is a small new exhibition at the McNay Art Museum that promises to be a big hit with late Tejano superstar Selena Quintanilla-Pérez’s legions of fans.
The new exhibition, which runs through July 5, features five photographs taken by award-winning San Antonio photographer John Dyer, who got the opportunity to take pictures of Selena in 1992 and again in 1994, just months before she was murdered at age 23 by the woman who ran her fan club and boutique clothing stores.
The Texas House Natural Resources Committee chair weighed in on San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s plans to shift a tax to protect the Edwards Aqufier.