The City of San Antonio will begin work this year on developing economic programs and policies to address gender pay disparities in the city.
Mark Eads, who has led Southside Independent School District through turbulent times since his hiring in May 2016, will offically retire June 30, 2020.
Dozens of advocates gathered in Austin on Wednesday to push the State Board of Education to approve a proposed African American studies course.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd nodded to one of his political priorities with his endorsement of candidate Tony Gonzales: helping create a more diverse Texas GOP.
San Antonio City Council approved a zoning change Thursday that will allow the Housing First Community Coalition to establish a campus that will provide housing and services for older homeless people.
The newest entry in the Viva Macondo digital chapbook is a poem by Gerardo Pacheco Matus.
St. Mary’s University announced it exceeded its largest university fundraising campaign in school history two years ahead of schedule.
Lime, Lyft, and Razor have been recommended to receive three contracts to operate electric scooters in the city beyond this fall.
The City awarded Geekdom a $250,000 grant on Thursday to build out a new division of its startup incubator aimed at creating solutions to civic challenges.
City Council is set to vote next week on a nearly $5 million contract for the San Antonio Police Department’s new records management software.