After the Paid Sick Leave Commission delivered its proposed changes to the ordinance, an ad hoc City Council committee asked for more time to review the draft.
A city nonprofit decided Tuesday to keep collecting rent from The Baldwin at St. Paul Square apartment complex after it is sold to an Austin investor.
Bexar County was given the green light to adopt the vote center model by the Secretary of State’s office, the elections administrator said Tuesday.
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The lawsuit filed in federal court alleges the State of Texas is ignoring federal laws over the treatment of Native American remains.
Commentary: The United States shouldn’t turn to economic policy levers, like tariffs on Mexican goods, to remedy immigration problems.
Commentary: What the 10 Republicans on Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s would-be hit list have in common: They all voted against one of Bonnen’s pet bills.
Thanks to increased CPS Energy revenue, the City can afford most of City Council’s budget requests.
A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
Bexar County and the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office will each contribute $25,000 to purchase gun locks to distribute for free and fund a gun safety campaign.
Park and airport police filed a lawsuit against the City of San Antonio that calls for pay equity with SAPD officers.