U.S. Rep. Will Hurd, who recently broke with his party to vote for reopening the government, spoke with the Rivard Report in a wide-ranging interview.
Thousands of people filled the streets of San Antonio's historically black East Side on Monday to commemorate Martin Luther King Jr.
K9s for Warriors, a Jacksonville, Florida-based nonprofit, is planning to start construction on a service-dog screening facility on 3.3 acres of land it will lease from the City for $1 a year.
SAWS performs more than 7,000 water quality tests every year to constantly monitor the city’s water supply for safety.
Last week's announcement that San Antonio air traffic surpassed 10 million passengers in 2018 represents one of the many accomplishments realized in City Manager Sheryl Sculley's 13 years of service.
On Saturday morning, Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged supporters to help get out the vote.
An environmental group found that groundwater under 16 Texas coal plants had unsafe levels of contaminants, the pollution being linked to disposal pits for spent coal.
Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh, the finalist for the city manager's job, will be meeting with stakeholder groups across the city over the next two weeks.
Since revamping the Center City Housing Incentive Policy, the City has deemed eligible four new projects totaling 528 units.
To support those affected, businesses and organizations around town are offering free or discounted goods and services.
The Trump administration no longer supports requiring Texas to obtain federal approval of changes to its legislative and congressional maps.