Most City Council members agreed that the money should be used as originally intended: to support tourism marketing efforts.
The San Antonio Housing Authority is partnering with a private developer to build a 215-unit apartment complex in the Lavaca neighborhood.
Councilman Rey Saldaña (D4) said this week he will not vote in favor of a proposed hotel fee unless some of the money is set aside to fight homelessness.
The effort to fill Sculley's job will be complicated by the new, voter-approved restrictions on the tenure and pay of future city managers.
The City of San Antonio formally dropped its lawsuit against the evergreen clause in the firefighters union contract on Thursday.
The announcement comes less than a month after voters approved a city charter amendment limiting the pay and tenure of future city managers.
Designs for the Broadway overhaul are almost finalized, but some cycling advocates aren't pleased with the lack of bike lanes on some portions.
The Lord's Kitchen, a funky burger joint in the near East Side, has been serving up classic hamburgers for 25 years.
San Antonio will start implementing big plans for Hemisfair's Civic Park this year and more are in the works for Tower Park.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg formed an ad hoc committee charged with reviewing options for revising the recently-adopted paid sick leave ordinance.