Three witnesses who were in the Chacho’s drive-thru line the night Marquise Jones was shot and killed by an SAPD officer testified in federal court Tuesday.
The City’s Ethics Review Board is moving forward with studying potential ethics code reforms and how the board operates, according to chair Adriana Garcia.
After an eight-year run as the county with the biggest population gains in the U.S., Harris County, home to Houston, has relinquished the top spot to Maricopa County, home to Phoenix, according to new Census data released Thursday.
Several cases working their way through the legal system have placed a national spotlight on the issue of transgender access to bathrooms. While some states have taken steps to allow access based on gender identity, many are considering legislation that restricts bathroom use by the sex assigned at birth.
Changes to the City’s Ethics Review Board, moving municipal elections, and staggering Council terms are among the topics the commission will investigate.
The denizens of the Texas Capitol are already talking about the possibility of a special session. They might be worried, but you shouldn’t be.
We are one month away from early voting for the May 6 General Election. Most of the city’s eligible voters, however, will not, despite all that is at stake.
Under the bright sun en el mero Westside thousands of families, civil rights supporters, and local leaders marched to honor César E. Chávez.
Centro San Antonio hosted a program at the Briscoe Western Art Museum on how “the power of downtown and its regional centers” can make a city stronger.
Originally from Yuma, Ariz., César E. Chávez relocated with his family to Sal Si Puedes, a barrio in East San Jose, Calif.