McManus’ handling of of a Dec. 23 human smuggling case involving 12 migrants in a tractor-trailer has drawn criticism from local and state leaders.
Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) and the City are working together to help fund solutions to infrastructure challenges occurring just outside the fence lines of local bases.
Nearly two months after it was supposed to go on the auction block, the former Lone Star Brewery site remains inactive, its redevelopment plans in limbo.
The Historic and Design Review Commission on Wednesday approved supporting the Texas Historical Commission’s nomination of the St. John’s Seminary property to the National Register of Historic Places.
A federal jury found former San Antonio Independent School District trustee Olga Hernandez not guilty on bribery and fraud charges on Tuesday.
Eastside leaders question if the townhomes’ design and density fit into growth plans for the nearby Dignowity Hill and St. Paul Square historic districts.
City and military leaders say one or more private hospital organizations have indicated interest in possibly developing more trauma centers around SA.
The City is examining Centro San Antonio’s Public Improvement District funds after an employee allegedly embezzled $175,000 from the nonprofit’s accounts.
Author David Osborne offered potential ways by which public schools in San Antonio could benefit from operating like charters.
Come January, more than 200 local tech professionals will mentor students on their path toward educational and career opportunities.