In a budget discussion, Saldaña asked the City manager and staff to look for funding to provide legal defense for immigrants and refugees.
A contractor sent debris from the historic Solo Serve building spilling into the downtown River Walk when a roof and wall collapsed after supporting structure was undermined Wednesday afternoon.
The $5.1 million improvement project includes reconfiguring existing travel lanes to accommodate bicycle lanes, four vehicular lanes, and a median.
All 50 Mexican consulates across the nation on Friday opened “Centros de Defensoría” or advocacy centers, aiming to protect the legal rights of Mexican immigrants and other Mexican citizens living in the United States.
Mayor Ivy Taylor and Councilman Ron Nirenberg (D8) are known for being at odds on several issues, but during a mayoral debate hosted by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, they teamed up to defend the 2017 Municipal Bond after Manuel Medina called it a fiscally irresponsible package that prioritizes projects by “friends of the City.”
This year’s dealers will bring a variety of works to the San Antonio community, from old master prints to contemporary photographs and drawings.
The exhibition showcases works from the Brooklyn Museum’s European art collection as well as pieces from the McNay’s growing modern art collection.
Andrew Goodman and Chef Stefan Bowers are at it again. Battalion, the duo’s new Italian eatery in Southtown’s historic Fire Station No. 7, opens Tuesday.
After being released and living through the threat of deportation, Romero has found courage and pledges to be a voice for others in similar situations.
Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller criticized one school system’s introduction of “Meatless Mondays,” calling it nutritionally unsound.