North St. Mary's Street is overdue for a "complete street" overhaul, several area residents and business owners said Tuesday.
The Go Vote No campaign on Tuesday released six more audio clips of firefighters union President Chris Steele.
Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff explained how San Antonio could be an “entrepreneurial city” during a State of the County address Friday.
A recent study concludes that the current location could be built out to accommodate the airport's growing needs over the next 50 years.
The board found that Shaw and Soileau did not violate the City's ethics code that prohibits the use of City resources for political activity.
San Antonio City Council will soon consider changes to its decades-old massage parlor ordinance.
Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacquelyn Callanen said she deployed additional machines and staff when she saw higher-than-expected turnout.
How do propositions aimed at referenda rules, city manager salaries, and firefighter labor contracts translate to higher taxes? The answer lies in the City of San Antonio's bond ratings.
The plan includes creating a single entry point to a portion of the public plaza and relocate the Alamo Cenotaph, two of the most contentious elements.
The City agreed to sell about 4 acres of vacant land and parking lots to the University of Texas at San Antonio as part of its downtown campus expansion.