The cave holds a mural with figures that bear common motifs found at many of the roughly 200 rock art sites in the region, according to archeologists with the National Parks Service and Shumla.
Membership has been shrinking in the Elks and other fraternal and service clubs around the nation, but two San Antonio Elks members are fighting the trend.
San Antonio’s progressive-leaning City Council that took office in 2017 could swing back towards a more philosophically divided body this year.
Move over, Dos Equis Man. A local musical depicts former Mayor Phil Hardberger’s life of service, piloting, sailing, traveling, and climbing mountains.
Incumbent Mayor Ron Nirenberg vs. Councilman Greg Brockhouse bears striking similarities to Nirenberg vs. incumbent Mayor Ivy Taylor in 2017.
A decade after Texas A&M-San Antonio was approved as a stand-alone institution, university officials are planning for the future and significant growth.
Today, large puddles of rainwater rest atop a vast surface of cracked clay where the duck pond in the Eden subdivision once flourished.
Oscar Stewart, who spent much of his youth in San Antonio, chased the shooter and saved lives at a suburban San Diego synagogue in April.
Chemical engineering freshman Landen Taylor entered the Red Bull Paper Wings contest on a lark
As the town rebuilds, it’s looking past tourism to other industries, even oyster farming, that will sustain and grow the coastal economy.