Part of the new process involves identifying encampment areas and deploying a strong outreach team that effectively communicates with homeless individuals.
In addition to the tongs and trays used in typical Mexican panaderías to pick bread to go, the bakery will feature a coffee station and a cake display.
The lawsuit declares that the controversial “sanctuary cities” law is unconstitutional and should be blocked from taking effect on Sept. 1.
Mayor Ivy Taylor believes “it was premature” for the City to join the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund in a lawsuit against Senate Bill 4.
San Antonio will pursue litigation against Senate Bill 4, the state’s controversial immigration law also known as the “sanctuary cities” law.
For U.S. Reps. Joaquín Castro (D-Texas) and Michael McCaul (R-Texas), there’s no shortage of drama in Washington these days.
On a rainy Tuesday, the first day of early voting, 7,471 San Antonio residents cast votes in the mayoral and City Council runoff races, marking a 7% higher turnout than the first day of early voting for the May 6 general and bond election, when a total of 7,001 people turned out to vote.
Councilman Alan Warrick (D2) retracted a previous statement he made Friday about being drugged at On the Rocks basement bar Thursday night.
Warrick publicly admitted late Friday afternoon that he passed out and woke up on a park bench just outside City Hall early Friday morning.
From the solemn procession of fire trucks up U.S. Highway 281 to firefighters lining highway overpasses in tribute, the powerful ties that bind firefighters all over the nation were evident Friday as thousands honored fallen firefighter Scott Deem during a Catholic funeral service at Community Bible Church.