Sylvia Gonzalez is officially – if temporarily – the alderwoman for Place 3 on Castle Hills City Council, after a judge’s decision Monday evening.
San Antonio saw 241 delegates from among its 12 sister cities and two friendship cities visit at various events during its Tricentennial year.
A Bexar County judge delayed until Wednesday a decision on whether to accept an agreement to delay implementation of the City’s paid sick leave ordinance.
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Former gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis announced her candidacy for the Democratic nomination in Congressional District 21, a longtime GOP seat.
The City and a coalition of businesses suing it over a paid sick leave ordinance set to take effect Aug. 1 have agreed to delay its implementation.
The Alamo will remain a cemetery only in a symbolic sense without more stringent legal requirements for treatment of any human remains.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word gathered in solidarity with a protest in Washington, D.C., decrying the detention of migrant children.
Castle Hills City Alderwoman Lesley Wenger and Sylvia Gonzalez, whose Place 3 seat was declared vacated by the city attorney, were arrested Thursday.
The City looked set to delay enforcement of its paid sick time law in light of a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality until a Thursday intervention.
Republican leaders sent a letter Thursday to Texas district and county attorneys, emphasizing that a new hemp law does not decriminalize marijuana.