A new City pilot program will fund technical assistance and development advice for churches that want affordable housing on their property.
With a crude oil pipeline over San Antonio’s main water supply averted – for now – City officials are weighing whether to oppose such projects in the future.
Dozens of advocates gathered in Austin on Wednesday to push the State Board of Education to approve a proposed African American studies course.
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Julián Castro’s campaign is suggesting that it no longer sees having a national platform as a must. Instead, it’s staking its hopes on a strong finish in Iowa, Nevada and Castro’s home state of Texas.
U.S. Rep. Will Hurd nodded to one of his political priorities with his endorsement of candidate Tony Gonzales: helping create a more diverse Texas GOP.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg want voters to approve redirecting a one-eighth-cent sales tax, now used for aquifer protection, to fund mass transit.
The state jail standards commission found the Bexar County Adult Detention Center to be out of compliance earlier this year.
Commentary: As County Judge Nelson Wolff affirmed his support for preserving the Woolworth Building, local resident Nettie Hinton reminded us why it matters.
The poll found that instead of a simple thank you, most veterans and service members preferred questions about when they served, where they were stationed, and what specific jobs they did while serving.
The Bexar County Military and Veterans Services Center opened one year ago. Since then, 6,000 people have sought assistance.