A new civics program in the Bexar County jail aims to inform inmates about politics and becoming more involved in the democratic process.
This week in Just This, we examine challenges to the Edwards Aquifer Authority which manages the largest source of drinking water in the San Antonio region.
Attorneys and immigrants’ rights groups who fought against SB 4 say their next move isn’t clear, but they insist they have a handful of options remaining.
As an allergy, asthma, and immunology specialist, I am a strong supporter of raising the age for legally purchasing tobacco from 18 to 21.
Even with the shortened timeline, San Antonio will still be the last city in the U.S. to find out whether it officially meets the air quality standards for ozone.
Around 70 transgender activists and allies gathered at Crockett Park Tuesday evening to protest a ruling delivered in the case of Kenne McFadden.
Commissioners voted Tuesday to start from scratch the process of selecting a company to provide sheriffs deputies with body and in-car cameras.
The U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Tuesday that most of the immigration enforcement legislation can remain in effect.
The Edwards Aquifer Authority has chosen a familiar face to represent parts of north-central San Antonio on its board of directors.
Its economic incentive policies came under fire last fall after the County gave a local credit union $3 million in tax abatements to move downtown.
Officials with the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association did not show Tuesday at City Hall – and, largely, were not expected to.