Mayor Ron Nirenberg discussed funding for Pre-K for SA, community college tuition, and other second-term goals Wednesday at an event at the Pearl Stable.
Commentary: Political leaders point to mental illness as causing gun violence. Here’s a look at some of the madness that appears daily in local police reports.
Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5), who chairs the transportation committee, chided TCI leaders for failing to answer her previously posed questions.
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Four Guadalupe River lakes will be closed temporarily to boat traffic, swimmers, and paddlers but not drained as originally proposed, according to an agreement Monday.
Former Councilman Judge William “Cruz” Chaw presides over a pre-adjudication drug court that gives first-time drug offenders a chance to clear their records.
A shifting of priorities along the Guadalupe River in the early 2000s has led to the lake drain, according to a former river authority official.
Commentary: “Conversation With the Mayor” will give audience members the chance to pose their own pointed questions to the second-term mayor.
‘We the People’ are invited to a public conversation on the Constitution, Tuesday at TAMU-SA.
A public tax board unanimously approved a $6 million deal that will bring protected cycling tracks on streets adjacent to Broadway Street near downtown.
Commentary: The number of Mexican migrants fell during the economic recession and has continued to fall further after the U.S. economy recovered.