Mobile flight simulator brings education, opportunity at several locations in San Antonio
Over the summer, the San Antonio community has gotten a hands-on flight experience with the San Antonio Airport System’s (SAAS) mobile flight simulator — giving children the unique opportunity to experience flying a plane.
Local psychiatrist talks how parents can help children combat social media addiction and cyberbullying
Social media is ubiquitous and unavoidable, especially for children and teens who have grown up with it as part of their world. Dr. Abigail Talley, a child psychiatrist with UT Health Science Center San Antonio, said social media can have several impacts on our children’s mental health. She breaks down the pros and cons of your children and teens using social media and its impacts.
San Antonio mayor’s Youth Engagement Council for Climate Initiatives welcomes new applicants
Previous cohorts have worked on projects including installing bug hotels to increase biodiversity, developing strategies for the city to improve public transportation and EV adoption and advocating for local policy changes.
Crayons don’t cost more, but parents are spending more for back-to-school
Families are expected to spend more than ever for back to school, even though a price check showed simple school supplies cost roughly the same as last year. Still, there are some ways to save on everything from glue sticks to clothing to electronics.