The City’s Historic Design and Review Commission tabled a vote on a design for the first phase of Alamo Plaza’s redevelopment.
The lengthy legal battle over the 2013 fatal shooting of UIW student Cameron Redus reached the Texas Supreme Court on Wednesday.
The Ethics Review Board took no action on a request to change the rules for the communication blackout period for City Council members and businesses seeking contracts with the City.
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The Bexar County hospital system will have operating expenses of $2.02 billion for 2020, up from $1.9 billion in 2019, as it upgrades facilities.
Though the chair of the Bexar County Democratic Party has already agreed to a joint primary election in March, the Republican Party chair is holding back.
Commentary: San Antonio has a pace that remains slower than East Coast cities such as Washington and New York, but there’s no shortage of people who commit news.
City of San Antonio and firefighter union representatives met Monday for the first in a series of arbitration sessions that will lead to a labor contract.
The City has launched a survey to understand the scope of the digital divide, a problem that affects a quarter of San Antonio residents.
Last year, the Texas congressional delegation had six chairmanships in the U.S. House. Now it only has one.
– via @texastribune
Hobo Fest is no more: After 10 years, Kirby has dropped the Hobo Fest name from its annual Fireman’s Picnic.