Bexar County’s medical examiner blames lack of data for the decision not to list heat as a cause on any summer deaths.
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Small groups of 20 or fewer will be allowed to hold limited ceremonies beside the San Antonio River, but U.S. District Judge Biery rejects requests by members of the Lipan-Apache Native American Church to protect the trees and birds.
On the cusp of the 25th march in the city, Deceleration spoke with Diaz about the roots of his own Indigenous awareness and movement away from Dia de la Raza in the late ’90s to what became a tenacious drive for an Indigenous Peoples Day declaration in San Antonio.
Ecologically transformative Westside Creeks Project dogged by gentrification fears advances to final design phase on San Antonio’s Westside.
On August 12, 2023, after enduring nearly a month of triple-digit temperatures Garcia, at age 56, passed away. Residents are now seeking to hold city and state agencies accountable for his death.
A year-long effort to get Garcia off the streets exposed shortcomings of local and state practices—even as the extreme cold of Winter Storm Uri took both of Garcia’s feet. Now extreme heat likely contributed to his death.
A City of San Antonio redevelopment project rooted in the destruction of birds and trees in Brackenridge Park threatens Native American religious practice, a new federal lawsuit charges.
Warning of a deepening rift with the community, San Antonio Councilmembers sought three-week delay to mediate on the bond-funded project that hinges upon bird and tree removals on lands held as sacred by many.