A Texas Tribune analysis of state data found that heat killed at least 268 people in Texas — with a large portion likely migrants — in 2022.
Mandatory tests could come as early as next year and there is no funding available to assist low-income motorists who may need costly repairs.
After a devastatingly dry year and scorching summer, San Antonians will be glad to learn forecasters expect relief is on the way.
With new data, the San Antonio River Authority has launched the lengthy process of updating Bexar County’s floodplain maps.
Commentary: The greatest risk for CPS Energy between now and 2030 is not having sufficient power to support the growth of our community, and the reserve capacity required for extreme demand periods and natural emergencies.
The new trail extension means the southern portion of the Salado Creek Greenway now stretches from Jack White Park to Southeast Military Drive.
Commentary: As a member of CPS Energy’s Rate Advisory Committee, I need to remind our community of the dangers of continuing our reliance on fossil fuels, including natural gas.
Commentary: Space poses endless questions, its mysteries deep enough to keep us curious for a lifetime.
About $1 million from the city’s new climate resiliency fund has been earmarked to go toward the installation of experimental pavement sections in all 10 council districts.
CPS Energy is assuring residents behind on payments they will not be disconnected during the approaching cold weather this week.
CPS Energy assumes natural gas will be affordable and reliable, but one member pointed out that it has been neither in the recent past.
While it’s unclear yet how cities can qualify for funding through the Inflation Reduction Act’s climate provisions, the city wants to be ready to apply.
San Antonio’s newest mural, unveiled Wednesday, pays homage to the city’s water history and celebrates the region’s indigenous roots.