Special Coverage

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 19, 2015

About 275,000 families in the U.S., including more than 6,000 in San Antonio, will get free high-speed home Internet under ConnectHome, a demonstration project announced July 15 by President Barack Obama and Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro.

“America’s challenge in this 21st century is to remain the world’s undisputed land of opportunity," said Castro. "By expanding broadband adoption, ConnectHome will provide more Americans with the same high-speed access to knowledge and opportunity that millions of people already enjoy.”

Written by Guest on Jul 17, 2015

A group of children at risk for Type 2 diabetes will soon be attending Camp Power Up with fun activities, field trips and wellness education to help them learn ways to live a healthy lifestyle and beat the odds of a diabetes diagnosis.

Written by evrard on Jul 15, 2015

We've just made it is easier than ever before to donate to support community news by joining other leading nonprofits — like Wikipedia, (RED), KQED and The USO — in using Square Cash $Cashtags for fundraising.

Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 13, 2015

Mayor Taylor’s Statement on Confederate Monuments

SAN ANTONIO (July 9, 2015) — “Slavery and the Civil War are part of the American legacy. For more than 200 years we’ve been trying to fully realize the revolutionary premise of democracy: all men are created equal.

Written by Rudy Arispe on Jul 13, 2015

"The Power of a Dream," Which Tells the Inspiring Story of SA Native's Ambition to Play College Football Despite Obstacles, Premieres July 26 at Palladium

Eric Castillo was 28-years-old when he boldly decided to pursue a dream that most would not dare to imagine at such an age. Yet, the 2001 Marshall graduate declared to family and friends that he was going to play college football – despite having no previous experience on the field.