davco9200 on Flickr

For 40 years, Roy Maas Youth Alternatives has served runaway, homeless and abused youth in San Antonio, working to create brighter futures for children by promoting individual success and healthy relationships in a safe, healing environment. RMYA programs have served nearly 80,000 high-risk youth since 1976 and the organization continues to grow, with a new short-term emergency shelter currently under construction.


Bill Wilkinson, Executive Director of Roy Maas Youth Alternatives

Gage Skidmore

"The history of contemporary American conservatism is a story of disappointment and betrayal," writes author E.J. Dionne Jr. in his New York Times best-selling and "notably fair-minded" book, "Why the Right Went Wrong: Conservatism -- From Goldwater to the Tea Party and Beyond." 

Flickr user Steven Perez (silas216) / cc

Right now the I-35 to  I-10 bypass is only a dream. There’s no actual plan and no transportation studies have been made to look at the feasibility.

Over the weekend San Antonio Express-News reporter Rye Druzin was escorted out of the Austin Education Summit by Dallas County Sheriffs.

The reason? He still doesn't know exactly why, but he is pretty sure that reporters weren't welcome.

From shark repellent and caffeinated meat to the high-tech fashion of war and diarrhea as a national security threat, "Grunt: The Curious Science of Humans at War" by best-selling, non-fiction writer Mary Roach addresses oddball topics not found in any other book about our nation's defenders.