City of San Antonio

Late last year, San Antonio City Council heard an ambitious plan that would have added millions in tax revenue, tens of thousands of residents,  and 66 square miles to the city by annexing five surrounding areas. It would have been the largest addition in 20 years.

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Residents of suburban developments are sometimes the most likely to find themselves stuck without a ride when they need one. Established San Antonio neighborhoods outside Loop 1604 and across from UTSA next week will get a taste of what ride-sharing services could mean for them.

Limited options and the need to see transportation evolve prompted District 8 City Councilman Ron Nirenberg to invite suburban residents next Wednesday to meet with Lyft representatives and learn more about ride-booking services. 

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Appearing on ABC’s "Good Morning America," the two Jay John High School football players that blindsided a referee during a game in Marble Falls are sticking to their story.  The players contend they were ordered to make the ref pay for alleged racial slurs during the game.


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This weekend the University of Texas Health Science Center will host the Texas Biomedical Institute, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, UTSA, and others for a symposium on how to get scientists to explain tough science to a general audience.


  • Teresa Evans, Director of the office of Career Development at the University of Texas Health Science Center
  • David Weiss, Dean of the Graduate School of Biomedical Science at the University of Texas Health Science Center

The ambush-style murder of Sheriff Deputy Darren Goforth at a gas station in suburban Houston on Aug. 29 has added new urgency to warnings about a growing "war on cops" in America. After the arrest of the suspect, an African-American man named Shannon J. Miles, the local district attorney called for more public support for law enforcement.