As money pours into the Westside Creeks, will rising property taxes and speculation end up forcing residents from their longtime homes?
CPS Energy trustees voted last week for the utility to perform a deep-dive analysis on its Save for Tomorrow Energy Plan.
Twenty-four hours after the application deadline, CPS Energy has released the names of the 26 eligible board of trustee applicants
A ranch slated for a controversial development could become a park, but only if a water contract to supply 1,600 homes can be changed.
San Antonio will enter Stage 1 water rules Wednesday, ending a four-month reprieve from restrictions despite recent rains.
Commissioners unanimously approved a deal that could avert a 1,600-home subdivision planned near the creek, but one serious obstacle remains.
A San Antonio-based research institute is implementing lessons learned from Winter Storm Uri into a new primate breeding facility.
At their Aug. 26 meeting, commissioners will consider a deal that would conserve 515 acres upstream of the longest known cave in Texas.
After a tour of CPS Energy’s Calaveras Power Station Wednesday, Rep. Cuellar and Sen. Gutierrez fielded questions about Texas’ energy future.
The Mexican ambassador was among the many political leaders, CEOs and economists who spoke at a forum about the border and climate change.
Officials said Monday that Bexar County will carry a designation of “moderate” ozone nonattainment soon — likely in early 2022.
In a new book, Austin environmental planner and ecologist Elizabeth McGreevy lays out the case for reconsidering Texas’ most hated tree.