For the next 22 weeks, the Rivard Report will host episodes of Brandon Seale’s podcast series every Saturday.
Following a ruling last month that Texas was violating a law designed to ease voter registration, a federal judge ordered the state to submit a plan to fix it.
The early voting period for the May 22 primary runoff contests ended Friday, and Bexar County’s elections head said turnout was lower than expected.
When SA’s small-business owners conceived their dreams, they likely didn’t think about the energy needed to power them. Fortunately, they didn’t have to.
There’s undeniable uncertainty heading into Tuesday’s runoffs about how the contests to replace retiring U.S. Rep. Lamar Smith will shake out.
Each of the fire union’s petitions to change the City charter obtained the 20,000 signatures required to place them on the Nov. 6 ballot.
The City of San Antonio has three months to decide how it will use more than $21 million in affordable housing project grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Average weekday ridership is up nearly 5 percent on 11 routes that VIA Metropolitan Transit have improved in 2018, thanks to faster connections.
The increase would raise the average homeowner’s annual River Authority tax bill from $31.30 to $35.68.
Members of the public will get their say on the Alamo redevelopment before City Council’s first official look at the plans for the plaza.
In December, the House updated its sexual harassment policy after reports put a spotlight on widespread misconduct.