An attorney for the Second Baptist Church said it might sue the City if its zoning change request to allow a temporary migrant shelter is denied.
Hundreds of firefighters solemnly walked through downtown to honor fallen firefighter Greg Garza, who was killed while on duty last week.
The East Side park is a result of a land swap deal the City reached with a developer who planned to build a five-story apartment complex on the site.
This Sunday, a flock of cyclists – including at least two San Antonio City Council members – is set to ride south on Broadway Street to highlight the need for continuous bike lanes.
Continuing a decades-long search for sustainable solutions to homelessness, San Antonio could shift toward a “housing first” strategy.
The San Antonio City Council unanimously approved Thursday a contract with a California firm to develop a strategic plan on policies to address homelessness.
San Antonio City Council members will participate in awareness efforts to make sure Bexar County residents are counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg appointed a group of City Council members Wednesday to oversee a review of how they pay their staff and potential increases to district budgets.
A nonprofit plans to transform nearly 16 acres of vacant land into a campus that will provide housing and support services for homeless people in San Antonio’s East Side.
Local police, fire, and other public safety agencies will conduct training exercises around Hemisfair in downtown San Antonio over the next few weeks.