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SeaWorld San Antonio announces the opening of Catapult Falls, the world's first launched flume coaster, on March 2, featuring the steepest drop and a 55-foot lift.
The San Antonio Zoo offers reduced $8 admission for Bexar County residents on select days as a sign of community appreciation. Proof of residency is required for the discount.
Texas is preparing for the total solar eclipse on April 8th with viewing events across South Texas, including celebrations at state parks, festivals, and special packages at local attractions.
Experts share tips to manage the heightened skunk activity and their pungent scent during New York's skunk mating season, warning of potential rabies risks and advising professional wildlife removal if needed.
SeaWorld San Antonio is hosting a job fair to fill various positions, offering benefits like free admission and tuition reimbursement. The event is scheduled for three days this week.
San Antonio is preparing for its 29th Basura Bash to clean local waterways, with River Aid San Antonio leading the event and planning further environmental initiatives.
Cocaine bricks valued at over $2 million wash up on South Padre Island; authorities seize the drugs and highlight the ongoing battle against trafficking.
San Antonio's Brackenridge Park is undergoing a community-engaged revitalization as it marks its 125th anniversary, with plans influenced by past challenges and a focus on honoring its heritage and future relevance.
SeaWorld offers free unlimited admission to preschoolers and teachers, with registration open until March 31, for park access through January 4, 2025.
A partnership between the Texas Water Resources Institute and the San Antonio River Authority is working to improve the water quality of the Medina River in Texas due to elevated bacteria and nutrient levels.
San Antonio Zoo is hosting Pokémon Community Day with in-game and physical activities, including exclusive collectible cards for visitors playing Pokémon Go.
After a freeze, New Yorkers are advised to wait before pruning as some withered plants may recover come spring, particularly if preventive measures were taken.
The San Antonio River Authority removed over 2,000 invasive apple snails from the River Walk during its biennial cleanup to protect the local ecosystem.