If you live in San Antonio, chances are you drive a car to and from work. And chances are, according to new estimates released by the U.S. Census Bureau, you’re also driving alone.
The political landscape had been upended in recent weeks, with a rash of congressional retirements leading to five newly open seats.
The Texas Supreme Court asked the City of San Antonio and the firefighter’s union for full briefs on the so-called evergreen lawsuit late last week.
SAWS’ increasing commitment to providing affordable water and sewer services to all San Antonians is what makes our city even more waterful.
Lamar Smith has used his power as chairman for the past five years to do battle on behalf of the fossil fuel industry.
Former Texas Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson has decided to challenge current Commissioner George P. Bush in next year’s Republican primary.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg on Thursday nominated Cynthia Teniente-Matson, president of Texas A&M University-San Antonio and former Northside Independent School District Superintendent John Folks as co-chairs on the commission.
City Council on Thursday voted 8-3 on water rate increases for 2018 and 2019: 5.8 percent and 4.7 percent, respectively.
The decision came around 10:30 p.m. after more than three hours of discussion by the Historic and Design Review Commission and residents.
City officials described the package as one that bolsters their sell of the city as desirable real estate to employers both inside and outside San Antonio.
Metro Health Director Colleen Bridger said the proposed revisions would mirror current state laws, but would change the age restrictions to 21.