San Antonio Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller said religious leaders are ready back immigrants despite the “sanctuary cities” law.
The Texas House and Senate tentatively passed each other’s priority school finance bills Monday, preparing to discuss potential compromises.
Days after approving an amended version of a House bill on tree regulations, the Senate voted to reverse itself late Monday night.
I need San Antonio’s support and we need our City Council to make the right decision and select Entertainment Cruises on Thursday.
Some residents say the proposed site for the tower, about 3.5 miles from the Lost Maples State Natural Area, is uniquely unsuited to such a structure.
The white nationalist rally planned on the campus of Texas A&M University has been canceled, officials confirmed Monday.
The Texas Senate advanced a municipal annexation bill Sunday, the fifth bill sent to to Gov. Greg Abbott’s desk during the special legislative session.
Zoning allows city planners to make calculated decisions about the future developments that will ultimately impact the way people live, work, and play in SA.
Along the U.S.-Mexico border, a wall may soon be going up and companies are building liquefied natural gas export terminals in the Port of Brownsville.
A white nationalist is planning a rally on the campus of Texas A&M University that will feature infamous self-described “alt-right” leader Richard Spencer.
A crowd of 200 filled the Ella Austin Community Center Saturday afternoon for a town hall meeting centered around health care and the Affordable Care Act.