Passage of any of the three charter measures muscled on to the Nov. 6 ballot by the firefighters union and their out-of-town paid petition peddlers would bring San Antonio's momentum to an ugly stop.
Health agency is demanding that the group, which faces an investigation over questionable billing, pay back $29,431 in costs the state incurred.
On Friday, a judge dismissed claims brought by a joint venture between Oscar Renda Contracting and Southland Contracting.
Our city is poised to manage through even the driest years and prepared to provide a plentiful water supply today and for generations to come.
"Making the Invisible Visible" aims to equip Native Americans with community organizing skills and encourage them to vote.
Councilman John Courage on Thursday told constituents why they should vote down three City charter amendments proposed by the local firefighters union.
The rally was perhaps the most visible public event as the political fight around the issue becomes increasingly contentious.
The City’s website used to rely on a Google plugin to translate information from English to Spanish.
The City of San Antonio has established a temporary set of rules for the approximately 3,000 dockless, electric scooters operating in the city.
A group of panelists spent Wednesday evening talking about parts of Alamo history that have been relegated to the background in public discourse.
Residential bills are likely going up again as SAWS prepares to buy Vista Ridge pipeline water and continues upgrades to its sewer network.