Inequality

San Antonio is on pace to fill its affordable housing gap … by 2294

A deep dive into the challenges of building housing that people can afford in San Antonio, and the federal program and local policy that have caused so much rancor.

Lending a hand where it’s needed most: Why one couple left Stone Oak for the East Side

Through their nonprofit SA Heals, Charles and Jennifer Foltz are trying to change lives in their drastically different, and distressed, neighborhood on the East Side.

Federal judge says Texas still needs oversight to fix its ‘broken’ foster care system

In a 116-page order, U.S. District Judge Janis Graham Jack said Texas has dragged its heels on foster care reform and said the state continues to need oversight as it tries to fix its system.

Like San Pedro Creek, these apartments are being renovated — and its residents are worried

Residents of Soapworks and Towne Center don’t see themselves sticking around long enough to enjoy the San Pedro Creek transformation that’s happening in their own backyard.

When the dust settles on MLK Jr. Drive

It was another successful Martin Luther King Jr. march for the city of San Antonio. But there’s still work to be done. So, now what?

The two sides of Martin Luther King, Jr.

Many want to remember a Rev. King who gave only one speech — with only one line.