One national public policy group believes the Alamo City could generate more than $1 billion by leasing San Antonio International Airport to a private company or investors.
More than 30 families with deep ties to Castroville have formed a group and are pooling funds to create a destination district in the city’s downtown area.
That continued explosive development northwest of San Antonio comes at a cost. And Boerne, a quaint town grappling with its own growing pains, could pay a steep price.
KSAT’s David Elder has embarked on an adventure called “Texas Eats,” an hour-long show that airs on Saturdays at 10 a.m. on KSAT 12, KSAT.com and our streaming app.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year for pumpkin spice fans.
The city of San Antonio will soon begin construction of a 24,000-square-foot police station just blocks away from Pearl.
Cedar Fair Entertainment Co., which operates Schlitterbahn waterparks in New Braunfels and Galveston and nearly a dozen more theme parks, plans to spend as much as $200 million on its properties for the 2022 season.
The State Fair is well-known for its creative and crazy food creations, like deep-fried potato salad and deep-fried latte for coffee lovers. This year’s finalists continued to deliver on the shock factor of menu items.
Several news reports indicate Elon Musk’s The Boring Company is interested in digging huge tunnels throughout Central Texas for transportation.
The hashtags #FrozenHoney and #FrozenHoneyChallenge have led TikTok users to their kitchens for some sweet creations made from a few ingredients, but the latest trend has some experiencing an unpleasant side effect.
Northwest San Antonio’s Leon Springs community has something cooking up this Thursday-- a new Chick-fil-A restaurant!
Frito-Lay is not a brand known to stay inside its box with creative Cheetos flavors. What may come as a surprise, though, is their latest experimental flavor of Mexican Street Corn.
Eddie Chatman from Chatman's Chicken is serving up life lessons to his employees.
The Good Kind in Southtown has been everything they can to stay open during the pandemic.
The coronavirus pandemic has made it hard for many restaurants to survive and Leon Valley restaurant, Machu Picchu Peruvian Grill doesn't think it can last much longer.
For over 40 years Gilbert's Mexican Restaurant has been a staple in San Antonio and now they are struggling to get a steady stream of customers in.
Papa's Burger is set to open second location at 6900 San Pedro Ave.
Smashin' Crab is ready for crawfish season.
Craving something sweet?
Looking for a new, low-calorie option for a light snack?
As April is the time to celebrate Fiesta in San Antonio, you can bring the Fiesta party to your kitchen!
Tiff’s Treats will give customers a gift to celebrate Chocolate Chip Cookie Day on Aug. 4.
The San Antonio Business Journal has crowned these local employers multiple times
McCormick- yes, the spice and seasoning company- is looking for someone to take on the role of Director of Taco Relations.
A Burger King in Nebraska is likely going to be hiring soon because a handful of employees just quit.
Have you ever tried using the ridges like this?
Meemo's Bakery has a promotion for the day that you don't want to miss.
The parent company of Taco Cabana announced Thursday that will sell the brand to a major restaurant operator.
CPS Energy is calling on state leaders to strengthen its ties with the rest of the U.S. power grid in order to avert another disaster like the one that shut off powers to millions in February.