Commentary: A lawsuit filed more than 13 years ago by the City of San Antonio went from being a legal victory to a defeat with a price tag attached.
Commentary: Chip Roy has some legitimate complaints about Democrats and the border, but ignores the flow of guns from the U.S. into Mexico.
Commentary: Following the latest mass shooting, Dan Patrick, John Cornyn, and Greg Abbott want to talk about anything but guns.
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s reluctance to delay implementing the paid sick leave ordinance shows the limits of the mayor’s power.
Commentary: Julián Castro’s seemingly off-the-cuff interruption during the first Democratic presidential candidates’ debate was the product of thorough preparation.
Commentary: Whether the results of arbitration favor the City or its firefighters, it looks like union President Chris Steele will come away unscathed.
The U.S. Supreme Court issued two anxiously awaited rulings that could have particularly high impacts on Texas and San Antonio.
Commentary: Mayor Ron Nirenberg says Jim Greenwood showed skills in moving projects along and reaching out to the business and other communities.
Commentary: It’s important to know how much San Antonio’s climate action plan will cost. Another vital question: What are the costs of doing nothing?
For the first time outside independent political action committees played a major role in the mayor’s race, spending upwards of $500,000.