Car stolen from SA family racked up hundreds of dollars in fees at city pound
A car stolen from a downtown parking lot in early March was repeatedly cited for parking illegally blocks away and then sat for more than a week at the city’s impound lot, before its owner was finally informed of its recovery.
2 hospitalized in critical condition after apartment complex fire north of downtown, SAFD says
Two people were hospitalized in critical condition, and multiple people were rescued from their balconies during a fire at an apartment complex north of downtown, according to San Antonio Fire Department Chief Charles Hood.
Downtown hotel gets renovation, name change a tribute to historical, environmental city elements
The downtown hotel formerly known as the Marriott Plaza hotel and then, ‘The Otis,’ is updating its name again and undergoing a remodel that better represents its historical background and the Alamo City.
San Antonio Zoo’s routine habitat checks help keep animals, public safe
The San Antonio Zoo has 15,000 animals, including fish and birds and 812 species. Ninety-five percent of them are endangered or critically endangered. That’s why the San Antonio Zoo believes it’s so important to keep them all safe.
Business owners say ongoing construction north of downtown continues depleting revenue
San Antonio has 54 construction projects currently working and city officials say 89% of them are considered on time. Still, many business owners near construction say the limited access to their establishment is driving revenue into the ground.
How to get to the Alamodome for the Spurs game - free parking, bus options and road closures to avoid
This isn’t the same downtown San Antonio from 1973, or even from a decade ago — the boom in development has caused a bevy of road closures in the area. So if you’re one of about 65,000 fans expected at the game, here are some road closures and traffic solutions to help you navigate downtown San Antonio on Friday night.