Thanks to a proposal by Rep. Sylvester Turner, Texas is set to take a more holistic approach to studying homeless youth, a large portion of whom identify as LGBT.
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In what began as an assignment for the San Antonio Express-News, “Cowboys & Cul-de-Sacs” tells the story of Helotes, a small town just outside of San Antonio city limits experiencing rapid growth that threatens its rural ambiance.
San Antonio voters narrowed their field of mayoral contestants on Saturday. It’s a contest that has big consequences for the Democratic Party.
Following local scrutiny of San Antonio’s strict campaign finance laws, San Antonio mayoral hopeful Leticia Van de Putte has decided to cut her campaign funds in half.
A new horror, and a new film, bring the weeping woman back to life.
In a two-ray runoff for a safe Democratic seat in San Antonio, liberal favorite Trey Martinez Fischer lost to centrist José Menéndez. Why?
Can Democrats turn the cities into a launchpad for their statewide aspirations?
Graywater has the potential to be a significant water conservation method in Texas but cities have done very little to encourage its use.
A Tightly Raveled Mind is suitable for fans of mystery novels and psychological thrillers, as well as any reader who enjoys potshots aimed at uppity Texans.
How did one of Julian Castro’s signature projects—”Modern Streetcar”—become a political train wreck for San Antonio Democrats?