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A review of water well records and city ordinances in Bexar County shows that private wells are more prevalent in some muncipalities.
SAWS stopped disconnecting customers in March and will forego an annual rate increase for the first time in at least a decade.
Bexar County commissioners directed staff on Tuesday to look over proposed trail system projects and identify funding options.
The flittering streams of millions of American snout butterflies almost serve as a South Texas version of autumn leaves
The annual Monarch Butterfly and Pollinator Festival runs throughout October with many online events and programs.
Since early July, San Antonio has been under Stage 1 restrictions, which allow irrigation system use only one day per week
Olmos Park has seen an uptick in residents drilling into underground aquifers in hopes of avoiding high water bills and watering restrictions.
An uncertain climate awaits monarch butterflies as they head south for their annual migration this fall.
Wurzbach Parkway will be closed to all traffic for the next two weekends for the ongoing construction of the Robert L.B. Tobin Land Bridge.
CPS Energy received 197 responses to global requests for information for new energy generation, storage, and efficiency technologies.
Council members unanimously approved Edward Belmares to a seat formerly held by San Antonio Water System Trustee Pat Jasso.
City Council approved a new structure to pay landowners not to develop their properties over the Edwards Aquifer’s sensitive recharge zone.
New rules could make it easier and cheaper to establish urban farms in the interest of promoting local, fresh food access.