Three weeks after winning the 2022 Scripps National Spelling Bee, Harini Logan, was presented with the first Key to the Alamo award on Friday afternoon.
Photos: Blood moon dots San Antonio sky
A total lunar eclipse, aka a red blood moon, hung above downtown San Antonio on Sunday night.
Photos: Battle of Flowers Parade returns after two-year Covid cancellation
The Battle of Flowers Parade returned to the streets of downtown San Antonio after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
Photos: Hundreds observe fall of Alamo in 1836
Alamo Plaza has been packed all day as hundreds of visitors take in events commemorating March 6, 1836, the day Texian forces inside the Alamo fell to the Mexican.
Dullnig building purchased by Austin company, beginning new chapter in its 138-year history
The iconic circa-1883 Dullnig building on Alamo Plaza has been sold to a company linked to a real estate brokerage from Austin.
San Antonio City Council votes 10-1 to approve new Alamo plan
The effort to overhaul the Alamo complex, which many had taken for dead last year, got a jump-start Thursday when City Council approved a deal with the state that will repurpose the historic Woolworth building and leave the Cenotaph in place.
Nirenberg signs Alamo resolution; City and state to now negotiate on 50-year plaza lease
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush have signed off on the Alamo master plan that has drawn much controversy since the latest iteration was unveiled to the public in early June.
Updated: Alamo plan now solely in Nirenberg’s hands
For the controversial Alamo interpretive plan, what had been a speedy approval process in the past two weeks has now come to a halt, according to two high-ranking officials.