Nineteen mayoral and City Council candidates stated their support Sunday for affordable housing, immigrants’ rights, and living wages.
Is it worth Castro giving up his seat in Congress for a long-shot challenge to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, particularly when another Democrat is already running?
Earth Day arrives this year with serious questions about the United States’ commitment to preserve a clean environment.
City Council honored the work the volunteers who participated in this lengthy process by approving more than 94% of the bond committees’ recommendations.
What happens when reporters don’t know a major language of their communities?
The presence of more than 300 citizens at a Tuesday evening meeting was a testament to people’s strong feelings about anything to do with the Alamo.
As groups of legislators and tourists wound through the Capitol building, and a group of vaccine advocates from across the state gathered to talk strategy.
Texas lawmakers intentionally diluted the political clout of minority voters in drawing the State’s House districts, a panel of federal judges ruled Thursday.
Citizens listened to political players defend and challenge the largest bond package in San Antonio’s history during the Rivard Report’s Bond and Brew event.
Two bills pending in Congress have sparked a flurry of activity from groups who fear data previously available from the federal government might be lost.
Short-term rentals are more than a hotel alternative – they distribute tourism dollars more evenly across San Antonio.