Abbott said the state and nonprofit organizations should concentrate resources on those already here.
A new City program that gives small businesses the same kind of breaks offered to some large employers has awarded 10 firms fee waivers totaling $158,000.
The Council will add irons to the fire over the coming year, but here’s a look at some pending issues and initiatives carried over from 2019.
*Sponsored* The VIA U-Pass gives access to safe, reliable public transportation to over 100,000 students, staff, and faculty from local colleges and universities.
If approved, the new TAB would have a more broad directive to consider transportation and mobility issues across the city and other industries.
Retiring U.S. Rep Will Hurd’s moderate profile and disagreements with President Donald Trump may loom large over the primary to succeed him.
Gov. Greg Abbott told attendees Wednesday at a Rotary Club of San Antonio luncheon that expansive road development will be phased out in the near future.
San Antonio cybersecurity experts spoke Tuesday about the looming cyber threat in light of escalating tensions between the U.S. and Iran.
Designs for Classen-Steubing Ranch Park, Stone Oak’s third public park, will be completed this summer.
U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar (D-Laredo) highlighted two new programs that could benefit San Antonio’s military mission in the final federal spending bill.
City and San Antonio River Authority workers have drained the river for the first time in four years to remove mud and debris.