The City Attorney is proposing changes to rules governing protests, parades, and processions that would create an online tool for requesting permits for demonstrations, designate a protest area at the airport, and streamline the permitting process.
On Thursday, City Council raised the number of backyard chickens that San Antonians can own without a permit from three to eight.
The Alamo Heights Farmers Market was a familiar sight to some, as a market had operated at the Quarry for years, but was discontinued in late 2014.
The recent legislative session featured several defeats for local control, and the special session in July could mean more of the same.
Both mayoral candidates explicitly and enthusiastically endorsed our policy proposals, some of which will require city funding.
With its current lease terms expiring, South Texas Heritage Pork is looking to permanently plant its business roots on a long-term ranch property.
The Texas House and Senate both have bills in committee that would prevent the legal use of a warfarin-based poison in traps designed for wild hogs.
City Council passed an ordinance this month that is intended to reduce the spread of oak wilt throughout the city, which is killing thousands of San Antonio trees a year.
San Antonio’s new chapter of the McCombs Business School held a special panel presentation on autonomous cars Wednesday evening at the Pearl.
Beyond chemical threats, humans are destroying important habitats that Monarchs rely on during their long migration. As cities expand and many forests are reduced, locations for milkweed and other important plants decline as well. But climate change is the biggest threat.