Beto O'Rouke's narrow loss to Ted Cruz helped the state's Democrats take a substantial step toward turning Texas purple.
San Antonio’s business community has put aside its anger at Mayor Ron Nirenberg over the decision not to pursue the 2020 Republican convention.
The King William Association board voted to oppose the city’s sanctioning of any non-owner-occupied short-term rentals in the neighborhood.
Confederate statues and plaques, the naming of schools and streets after Confederate leaders, and license plates honor a one-sided history.
With Propositions A, B, and C, the firefighters union is cleverly wrapping its own desires inside a cover of sweet, populist proposals.
The latest battle of the Alamo is over. Mayor Ron Nirenberg, unlike William Barret Travis, chose to surrender.
If the fire union-backed charter amendments pass, union boss Chris Steele still won't be as powerful as Harold Flammia, the legendary head of the police union.
We may have been naive to be surprised that a San Antonio company named La Cantera would be sued in 2018 for enforcing an "English-only" policy.
Rick Casey talks to two San Antonio high school students who spent the summer learning about the horrors of the Holocaust.
The firefighters' union will have three controversial charter amendments on the Nov.