A Texas Department of Transportation study shows that portions of IH-35 in Bexar County rank 35th out of 100 roads in the state that are the most congested. A portion of IH-35 in Dallas ranks 9th most congested.
Combine that type of congestion with the number of people steadily moving to Texas, and a real transportation nightmare could be in store.
The fifth poet to read at a Presidential Inauguration, following in the steps of Robert Frost (1961) and Maya Angelou (1993), Richard Blanco's poetry explores the meanings of identity, place and culture and his story is compelling, having been "made in Cuba, assembled in Spain and imported to the United States."
Women were the topic of this Community Conversation at St. Mary’s University as well as a majority of the attendees. The event hosted four females who have significantly impacted San Antonio in past and present:
Today is the first day that San Antonio will be paying the extra sales tax for the Pre-K 4 SA program, and with enrollment for the first two centers beginning in May and classes scheduled to begin in August there are still a lot of questions.
Beginning the week of April 1, listeners to KSTX 89.1 FM will hear several exciting new programs on the weekends, as well as an expanded edition of Texas Public Radio's award-winning program, "The Source."
Julie Pousson took the microphone and shouted that all people should be treated the same. A closeted lesbian for a long time, Pousson said no one should have to hide in the shadows, and her message resonated with the hundreds of people gathered outside the Bexar County Courthouse Tuesday evening.
Activists held signs, candles, flags, and their pride for gays and lesbians who they believe should have the right to marry the same as traditional couples.