The driver of the tractor-trailer that became a death chamber for 10 migrants in July pleaded guilty to federal charges connected to the smuggling incident.
House Speaker Joe Straus fast-track House committee is looking at “economic competitiveness.” That could reframe the bathroom issue for 2018’s elections.
San Antonio 2017 is not an Amazon city, and it didn’t take the city’s elected officials and economic development leadership to say so on Wednesday.
Ann Hussey and John Tosh bore witness to the history of the former Kelly Air Force Base and, years later, preserved those moments for future generations.
Striking a balance between economic development and housing opportunities is one of District 3 Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran’s biggest challenges.
The announcement is the latest of the Trump administration’s moves to unravel several nationwide and Texas-specific environmental regulations
As NAFTA talks resumed, members of the local business community heard relative optimism about the future of commercial relations between Texas and Mexico.
The Rivard Report will host “Conversations with the Council” a series meant to spur dialogue in all corners of the city.
The Trump administration’s announcement that the U.S. will withdraw from UNESCO will have little impact on the San Antonio, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said.
The City purchased the 84-acre property at 856 Gambler Rd. for nearly $2.3 million in 2012 and is providing incentives to the developers.
House Speaker Joe Straus is putting together a committee to make sure Texas does not make the same kind of mistakes as it chases new companies.