Some City Council members have expressed concerns about how the $850 million 2017 municipal bond will be spent and spread out over the 10 council districts.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick set the stage for the debate surrounding SB 6, which would require transgender people to use bathrooms based on “biological sex.”
The 2016 presidential election season may be over, but San Antonians are gearing up for another, likely heated election in 2017 – the race for mayor.
Thieves stole boxes of toys from the shelter’s donation center, but the San Antonio community rallied together to replace what was taken and then some.
The City of San Antonio has made the nonstop flight to D.C. one of its biggest priorities during this year’s U.S. Legislative session.
More than 1 million people are expected to move to San Antonio and the region by the year 2040.
The City of San Antonio has had a tumultuous relationship with rideshare ever since it entered the market in 2014.
The proposition of reallocating the funds to McAllister Park was “in the spirit of cooperation and compromise,” but got mixed reviews from others.
Pop had a few words to share about the recent presidential election.
San Antonio’s local economy could suffer from the law, business owners argued at a Tuesday press conference