A federal judge temporarily blocked a Trump administration policy under which Gov. Greg Abbott opted out of accepting refugees in Texas.
A new City Council committee will soon consider creating a formal group that would serve as a voice for San Antonians who rent their homes.
The center will house 1,000 H-E-B employees as the grocer consolidates and expands its tech and e-commerce division in San Antonio.
*Sponsored* The VIA U-Pass gives access to safe, reliable public transportation to over 100,000 students, staff, and faculty from local colleges and universities.
CPS Energy officials hope to continue their existing energy efficiency programs for another year while they work to set up the next 10 years of initiatives.
San Antonio Water System officials discussed a potential path for taking over the City’s program to protect sensitive land around the Edwards Aquifer.
Between 2013 and 2018, VIA Metropolitan Transit saw overall ridership numbers drop while investing more money into its operating costs.
A QuikTrip gas station proposed in Government Hill faces significant neighborhood opposition.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg plans to propose using future borrowing to help preserve land over the Edwards Aquifer.
Bloomberg is hoping to capture more undecided voters by convincing them he is someone who can “get things done rather than just talk about it.”
Commentary: The U.S. Census Bureau projects that, by the middle of 2020, nonwhites will account for the majority of the nation’s 74 million children.