House Speaker Joe Straus fast-track House committee is looking at “economic competitiveness.” That could reframe the bathroom issue for 2018’s elections.
San Antonio 2017 is not an Amazon city, and it didn’t take the city’s elected officials and economic development leadership to say so on Wednesday.
The introduction of autonomous vehicles presents an ethical dilemma as drivers make countless decisions on the road, many of them instantaneous judgements.
We believe it’s important to give readers a range of content that reflects the diversity and, at times, the deep divisions among the many communities that make up our city.
On Thursday, City Council raised the number of backyard chickens that San Antonians can own without a permit from three to eight.
Legislative majorities often cheat when they’re drawing political maps, but a case argued this week in the U.S. Supreme Court could put new limits on lawmaker decisions on who represents whom.
While there were varying views on this topic, what Council members could all agree on is that our neighbors deserve meaningful relief.
For many of us native to South Texas who have indigenous roots, the barrio botánica is a place of reverence and healing, a place of wonderment and respect.
Voting as a partisan bloc might let a majority party pick the next Texas Speaker of the House, but something like it has been tried before. It didn’t work.
No clean clothes. Doctor’s appointments. Transportation. Depression. These are some of the many reasons students gave to explain why they miss school.