River Walk

Bill Meador/Flickr (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0) http://bit.ly/2BgjzKZ

A multimillion-dollar development plan hopes to revitalize La Villita Historic Arts Village in downtown San Antonio. A major goal is to encourage more visitors and increase foot traffic in the area.

Jack Morgan

San Antonio holiday activities kick into high gear Friday, with the Ford Holiday Parade.

Maria Carstensen

If you're walking in front of the Lila Cockrell Theatre downtown, you'll see an enormous mosaic created by Mexican Artist Juan O'Gorman

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Large amounts of debris from the demolition site of the Solo Serve building fell into the San Antonio River Walk on Wednesday. About a dozen large plywood boards, scaffolding, and pieces of the once historic building tumbled into river around 3:30 p.m.  Visitor Tim Heidimenn was inside his hotel and saw it collapse.

courtesy Bill Lyons

The City of San Antonio recently revealed the new design of the city's river barges. So, what about River Barge History? The answers lie with a couple of the city's real river barge authorities, and of course, getting onto one of the barges for a tour.