Almost every one of us is guilty of not living up to our own standards. Why not use the election to redouble our individual commitments?
Violent crime has been rising in cities across the country, a trend that has tragically affected our beloved San Antonio.
During the Global Water Dances movement on June 24, thousands of people on six continents will dance to raise awareness for global water issues.
I need San Antonio’s support and we need our City Council to make the right decision and select Entertainment Cruises on Thursday.
Annexation reform is expected to be a hot topic when state lawmakers reconvene for a special session in July.
San Antonio joins a list of more than 300 U.S. Mayors that have signed a pledge to uphold environmental policies aimed at countering global climate change.
The contract was previously set to go to Zoll Medical Corporation, but Council put it on hold in February to give a local company some of the business.
The Houston City Council voted 10–6 Wednesday morning to join a growing lawsuit against Senate Bill 4.
Spoiler: No one knows what the final Senate bill will look like – not even those writing it.
More than 600 people gathered at the Arneson River Theatre in the late afternoon heat to watch the outdoor inaugural celebration.
The Historic and Design Review Commission approved separate projects affecting the San Pedro Creek and the former Malt House restaurant on Wednesday.