As San Antonio adjusted its budget amid the coronavirus pandemic, dozens of Black Lives Matter supporters called for City Council to defund SAPD.
Commentary: While unfortunate, the damage at Travis Park Church pales in comparison to the violence toward people of color throughout the history of our country.
Protesters gathered for a fifth consecutive day to march for justice for George Floyd before a 9 p.m. curfew went into effect.
Black Lives Matter protesters in downtown San Antonio dedicated the seventh consecutive day of demonstrations for policing reform to a lesser-known victim of law enforcement violence: Breonna Taylor, who would have celebrated her 27th birthday Friday. While it was the May 25 death of George Floyd that sparked a nationwide wave of protests, nearly 100 […]
The approval of a proposed contract with the City of San Antonio by members of the San Antonio Police Officers Association last week raised the ire and frustration of many of those involved in the local Black Lives Matter movement. They say that, under the current terms, the contract “blocks accountability” for cops who have killed black […]
The five Dallas police officers killed in July would still be alive if the Black Lives Matter movement didn’t exist, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Saturday, and he does not regret criticizing protestors for organizing the march against violence that ended in tragedy. Patrick was widely criticized after the deaths when he called protesters […]
The mayor does not plan to set a curfew Monday. Downtown San Antonio had two this weekend after protests escalated Saturday night.
Councilman Roberto Treviño (D1) and activists have revived a yearslong discussion this week by calling for adjustments to next police union contract.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg told hundreds of people protesting the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis for a sixth day that he alone is accountable for helping “people feel safe” in San Antonio.