District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño has called accusations that he used City resources for his re-election campaign “unfounded and untrue,” adding that he and his staff “go through painstaking measures to make sure there’s an actual separation between campaign and City work.
Commissioners voted to join the City in its lawsuit against the State of Texas in an effort to stop the controversial Senate Bill 4 from going into effect.
The memorial for Sue Duffy Thursday night in King William Park strayed from the typical somber affair.
The Summer of Tech programming at the DoSeum will help fill a gap in summer STEM learning for area children.
All of the 180 projects are at different progress stages, but they are moving forward to meet their ideal completion dates in or before 2022.
The remains of more than 70 humans were first discovered last September during construction work at The Children’s Hospital.
It may not be the same Kelly AFB that he left in the ’70s, but Glawson is pleased that it still sees as much action and innovation as it did at its peak.
The flash mob – located in the park, directly in front of Taylor’s home – was organized by Rosey Abuabara, who encouraged participants to come dressed as their favorite celebrities, Comic-Con characters, or simply “dressed to party.”
Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) retracted a previous statement he made Friday about being drugged at On the Rocks basement bar Thursday night.
The pavilion at Rosedale Park was filled with dancing and spectators sitting in lawn chairs with cold beers in their hands.