The Alliance of American Football has committed to holding a league-wide training camp here in January with the possibility of making it an annual event.
The attorney, chairman at San Antonio’s Jefferson Bank, and former King Antonio died Aug. 3. He was 86.
The City Council will decide in September whether to approve modifications proposed to two development incentive policies.
A lawsuit alleges that the firefighters union illegally funded efforts to gather petition signatures to place charter amendments on the November ballot.
The lawsuit says that while seeking signatures in designated “free speech areas,” petitioners were threatened with arrest.
Nirenberg called Monday’s win a crowning achievement for the Alamodome, but now addressing issues known to be a concern to the NCAA has become a priority.
San Antonio will learn Monday whether it will be picked to host the NCAA men’s basketball Final Four within the next eight years.
Office space near U.S. Highway 281 and Loop 410 is plentiful and a lot of it is occupied, but not much of it has been renovated in recent years.
City Manager Sheryl Sculley on Tuesday approved the controversial mixed-use project after nearly a year of rejections, revisions, and divisiveness.
With several large projects already underway near the Pearl, Jefferson Bank is the latest major business to make plans to move into the corridor.