Suds-to-go and delivery of beer and wine to consumers’ doors are coming to Texas thanks to new laws that go into effect Sept. 1.
Central Catholic High School named its new basketball court for Coach Joe Cortez, who led the Buttons to 10 state championships.
Starting Sept. 16, Lake Gonzales, Meadow Lake, Lake Placid, and Lake McQueeney are all to be drained, or “dewatered,” in the language of the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority.
A traffic impact study on adding a protected bike lane on Broadway Street is not yet complete.
The downtown tech district is slated to grow as Scaleworks has added another software company – and a second consecutive e-commerce search firm – to its portfolio.
Catch a Lone Star Philharmonic concert, watch dancers at a Saturday gala, and celebrate Davy Crockett’s birthday this weekend.
The Texas Department of Transportation aims to build elevated lanes between from Loop 410 South – near AT&T Center Parkway – to Farm Road 3009 in Schertz.
Ten San Antonio-area charter campuses failed state standards. The State released accountability ratings for all districts and schools Thursday morning.
San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
UT Health San Antonio comprises six schools and several research centers and institutes whose work includes research and clinical care.