Mayor Ivy Taylor was surprised to find herself the subject of a viral video featuring her answer to a question about the causes of poverty.
While San Antonio wrestles with formulating rules for short-term rentals, the Texas Legislature is considering a bill that would limit local regulations.
Citizens listened to political players defend and challenge the largest bond package in San Antonio’s history during the Rivard Report’s Bond and Brew event.
Preliminary renderings of the Alamo Plaza redesign sparked heated comments, strong criticism, and both far-fetched and well-thought out suggestions.
The passage of two so-called “bathroom bills” could mean an initial $411.8 million loss for the San Antonio region’s gross product each year.
While San Antonio’s public utility updates its water management plan that outlines strategies and goals for the next 50 years, it’s clear that officials don’t think a once-a-week watering proposal should be part of it.
San Antonio is taking first steps toward developing its own climate action plan as part of a broader, more holistic approach to preserving “the good life.”
The opportunity for reflection on history is at the core of the Alamo Master Plan, which is slowly working its way toward a first draft this summer.
By late 2017, an advanced water catchment system, a sculptural pavilion, and “rescue trees” will become part of Confluence Park on the Mission Reach.
A large canopy from the front door to the gas pumps and a covered outdoor seating area represent improvement from the initial designs, commissioners said.