The concept of trust in government emerged as a key theme of the debate between the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce's CEO and a fire union official.
Tech Bloc will host the "Rally to Save Our City" at 5 p.m. Thursday at Southerleigh Fine Food & Brewery, the site of the event that kicked off the tech industry organization's existence three years ago.
The plan's goal is to develop recommendations for adequate lighting and reduce glare and maintain safety for pedestrians and motorists in the city center.
Our city is poised to manage through even the driest years and prepared to provide a plentiful water supply today and for generations to come.
The debate over what is best for the future of San Antonio’s most hallowed ground has been contentious and bitter, but also worthwhile and productive.
While most San Antonians agree the Alamo should be enhanced for all to enjoy for years to come, many remain unconvinced the proposed changes are necessary.
In our intensive search for the future of one of the most storied spaces in Texas, we stumbled upon a scarce treasure – common ground.
San Antonio firefighters union President Chris Steele told firefighters he had "five solid votes" on City Council that would support the union, according to a second leaked recording released on Tuesday.
Tuesday was the first time the trustees overseeing CPS Energy and San Antonio Water System have met as a group since 2011.
The HDRC's District 2 member has been replaced ahead of the commission's Oct. 10 vote on elements of the Alamo Plaza redevelopment plan.
Pelaez and attorney David Van Os went toe to toe Monday night debating the three propositions San Antonio voters will see on the November ballot.