San Antonio River Authority

The San Antonio River Authority, Bexar County and the City of San Antonio are almost ready to unveil the first completed segment of a 4-phase plan to improve San Pedro Creek.

San Antonio River Authority

Fiesta weekend is upon us, and here are a few ideas about where to go and what to do.

Jorge Rodriguez-Gerada

The San Pedro Creek Improvements Project got some unwelcome news, according to the San Antonio River Authority, which manages the project.

SARA’s public art curator Carrie Brown said that unwelcome news centers around the cost overruns for a large 45-foot-tall by 20-feet-wide piece of art titled "Plethora," which was commissioned by the county in celebration of the tricentennial.

Courtesy San Antonio River Authority

Spanning more than 3,600 square miles, the San Antonio River Authority's purview includes creeks and connected waterways in Bexar, Wilson, Karnes and Goliad counties. 

Joey Palacios / TPR

San Antonio was spared the full force of Hurricane Harvey, leading locals to ask the question: What would have happened if the storm hit closer to home? 

The Texas Hill Country is already referred to as "Flash Flood Alley," prone to retaining water after excessive rain.