Neighborhoods are the focus of new city department

The new department plans to form a connection with residents and their communities to address concerns when changes to their neighborhoods are discussed.

Faces of San Antonio: Is poverty trauma?

A visiting Jesuit priest gives his take on the biggest problem his congregation in the west side faces.

A spiritual home in the spine of the West Side

100-year-old West End Church of God in Christ is low in numbers, but not in spirit.

Inequality is complicated. Let’s talk about it.

Kickstarting a conversation about inequality with Texas Public Radio.

Eleven Weeks Hungry: Coach Pop, San Antonio Food Bank Issue Call for Support

Summertime means hunger for kids in neighborhoods that depend on school lunch.

Why San Antonio has both high employment and high poverty

High employment rates, although good, might be misleading based on the number of low income jobs in the city.