A bill proposed by Congressional negotiators includes nearly $1.4 billion for new border barrier funding, which exemptions for the National Butterfly Center and other key sites in the lower Rio Grande Valley.
Shortly after midnight on Thursday, 124 people stood on the steps of the Bexar County Courthouse and said “I do,” marking a 30-year tradition.
In a letter sent to lawmakers late Wednesday, David Whitley apologized for the way he launched the review efforts but appears to not be backing down from continuing the review.
A major part of the planning process was how to construct the land bridge spanning Wurzbach Parkway with minimal disruption to the busy thoroughfare.
While most City Council members voiced their support for the ConnectSA plan, a few mentioned funding as a serious concern.
Fred Rangel, the lone Republican candidate in the race for HD 125, will face former City Councilman Ray Lopez in the runoff election.
If you’re planning on traveling in West San Antonio on Valentine’s Day, VIA’s newest Prímo route will be free to ride all day.
Two San Antonio Water System tunnel-drilling projects are on the horizon, one to stop fix a hotpot for raw sewage leaks and another to make room for more water from SAWS’ Vista Ridge pipeline.
A federal judge sentenced former State Sen. Carlos Uresti to five years in prison, to be served concurrently with jail time he received for other felony convictions.
Republicans for years have been in maniacal pursuit of widespread voter fraud. It makes fools of them, writes Rick Casey.
A federal judge ruled that the golden-cheeked warbler’s Hill Country habitat remains too threatened by urban sprawl to take it off the endangered list.