The Texas House Appropriations Committee has approved the 2020-21 spending plan, House Bill 1, which moves to the floor of the 150-member House.
The CEO of three popular attractions across from the Alamo says officials’ sense of urgency regarding his and other businesses seems to be lacking.
Challenger Greg Brockhouse says Mayor Ron Nirenberg “doesn’t want to defend his record.”
A major part of the planning process was how to construct the land bridge spanning Wurzbach Parkway with minimal disruption to the busy thoroughfare.
Ex-regent Wallace Hall says the UT System, despite 2015 reforms, lacks proper safeguards to ensure the wealthy can’t skirt the normal admissions process.
The ruling denies the City’s argument that it is immune from the litigation and sends the case back to the 4th Court of Appeals, which will review a lower court’s breach of contract decision.
On Tuesday, City Manager Erik Walsh will field questions from residents during a citywide conference call about the City of San Antonio’s next budget.
The newly declared presidential candidate brought his off-the-cuff, frenetic campaign style to three Iowa towns that outline the Mississippi River.
Empowering Youth has created a curriculum to guide high school students and through the process of voting and show the importance of doing so.
Former U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke of El Paso announced his expected presidential bid Thursday morning with a video.
Score the Project SA aims to bridge the communication divide between developers and the community by scoring projects’ alignment with community goals.