Before the Senate’s midday vote Monday to reopen government, federal employees and tourists in San Antonio got a taste of a shutdown.
The Office of Historic Preservation will collect, print, and present submitted images at a public input meeting on Jan. 29.
The Republican primary to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith (R-San Antonio) has drawn 18 candidates – a staggering number.
As an allergy, asthma, and immunology specialist, I am a strong supporter of raising the age for legally purchasing tobacco from 18 to 21.
Tourists will experience a slightly different version of San Antonio’s Spanish-colonial Missions if they choose to visit on Monday.
For students and educators facing this imminent and seismic threat, everything beyond that is simply on hold. It’s a bitter injustice.
San Antonio found out last week that its decision to not submit a bid for Amazon HQ2 proved to be a surefire way not to make the short list of finalists.
One year after the Women’s March in Washington D.C. that protested the inauguration of President Donald Trump, groups in cities around the world are hosting marches and rallies to mark the anniversary throughout the weekend.
The U.S. government shut down early Saturday morning after Congress and the president could not come to an agreement on how to continue funding.
Bexar County Commissioners approved a $350,000 matching grant Friday to fund the San Antonio Symphony that will come from money earlier set aside for Tricentennial support.
SA2020, a community vision turned nonprofit, revealed the results of eight years of work towards a “better San Antonio” on Friday.