City Council members got budget previews from the San Antonio police and fire departments as the budgeting process for 2020 gets underway.
A new pedestrian bridge between Loop 410 and West Military Drive aims to increase safety.
A City commission on Wednesday rubber-stamped a hotelier’s plan to redevelop a historic property on Soledad Street downtown.
San Antonio will host the 2020 U.S. Department of Defense Warrior Games, an annual competition involving wounded or injured service members and veterans.
The Texas Federation for Advanced Manufacturing Education (TX FAME) is a two-year associates program that teaches trade skills and incorporates on-the-job training with a living wage.
Council members express concerns with the efficacy of SAPD’s cite-and-release program.
More than 300 church and community members gathered Sunday morning to worship, pray, remember the shooting victims and to dedicate the new building.
Continuing work on the U.S. Highway 281 expansion north of 1604 will result in lane closures and a closed intersection starting Friday.
A construction crew carrying out bond-funded improvements will close a section of De Zavala Road on three nights over the next two weeks to make room for water line work.
Students at the burgeoning CAST STEM program are getting more space. Officials from CAST schools and Southwest Independent School District gathered Thursday at the district’s main complex to announce a standalone campus for the program.