Among the ideas to improve San Antonio’s air quality are asking the public to drive less on bad-air days and identifying specific sources of pollution.
A San Antonio Police Department spokeswoman confirmed a woman in her early 30s was struck and killed by a charter bus Tuesday afternoon.
Outside consultants retained by the City found that the $475,000 salary of former City Manager Sheryl Sculley was within the market range.
A major part of the planning process was how to construct the land bridge spanning Wurzbach Parkway with minimal disruption to the busy thoroughfare.
Language suddenly missing from a Senate bill could undermine a city’s ability to enforce local anti-discrimination laws when employers issue benefits.
Despite Beto O’Rourke’s splashy entry in the 2020 presidential field, Julián Castro says he’s getting “good traction with folks” in Iowa and New Hampshire.
To be eligible for the free bus service, students must be currently registered with UTSA or be full- or part-time paid employees of the university.
The HDRC is a required approval step for those seeking to build or alter structures in historic districts and downtown. Here’s what else you need to know.
Criticism from housing advocates is prompting the City of San Antonio to consider accelerating its process for developing housing displacement policies.
If money is diverted for a border wall, Joint Base San Antonio could lose about $10 million for an air traffic control tower, among other projects.
Four candidates are vying for the City Council District 6 seat after Councilman Greg Brockhouse decided to forgo a re-election campaign to run for mayor.