Special Coverage

Written by Joseph Tucker on Oct 30, 2017

Streets are soon to be filled with Wonder Woman lookalikes and Clark Kent emulators but don’t forget about the furry friends who share this day with you. Pets can face many dangers on Halloween if you are not careful. Here are some tips from our friends at the City of San Antonio Animal Control Services on how to keep your pets safe:

Written by rudyarispe on Oct 30, 2017

Impact San Antonio awarded $100,000 each to four nonprofits including Northside Education Foundation/Construction Careers Academy, The Magik Theatre, Project MEND and The Ecumenical Center. The grants were announced during the organization’s Grant Award Night on Oct. 25, 2017 at the Whitley Theological Center at the Oblate School of Theology.

Written by Tatum Forbes on Oct 22, 2017

The 2017 opening of the San Antonio Public Library’s 10,000-piece Latino Collection was the direct outcome of high school students’ impassioned pleas for research and study resources that better reflected the community.

Watch the video interview or scroll down for the rest of the story

Written by Valerie Lambardia on Oct 22, 2017

A new interactive map shows 782,627 Texas children attend schools or daycares within a half mile radius of active oil and gas production facilities that could be hazardous to the children’s health.

The Oil & Gas Threat Map also shows that 320,773 senior citizens and 310 medical facilities are located within a half mile of potentially hazardous oil and gas production facilities.

Written by Laura Acevedo on Oct 19, 2017

Mayor Ron Nirenberg talked with Jenna Saucedo-Herrera, President and CEO of San Antonio Economic Development Foundation during the Oct. 18 #AskRon, which streamed live from Geekdom.

The two talked about the history of the Rand building, Rosella coffee and creating tech jobs in San Antonio including why San Antonio will not be pursuing the Amazon headquarters.