In Just This, we’ll analyze current events most likely to determine whether San Antonio thrives or merely settles.
As a short-term rental host and neighborhood advocate, I would like to see locals – not out-of-town corporations – flourish within neighborhoods.
Instead of hearing closing arguments Friday, the jury in the federal fraud trial of Sen. Carlos Uresti was sent home for the long Presidents Day weekend.
As an allergy, asthma, and immunology specialist, I am a strong supporter of raising the age for legally purchasing tobacco from 18 to 21.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5) entered Guadalajara’s stately municipal palace Thursday for the start of the first-ever All Mexico-US Sister Cities Mayors’ Summit.
Vice President Mike Pence is coming to Texas this weekend to tour the state’s border with Mexico and raise money for fellow Republicans.
A multimillion-dollar development proposed for Hemisfair would feature a 14-story hotel, an eight-story office tower, among other amenities.
District 116 State Rep. Diana Arévalo is facing a stiff primary challenge from the lawmaker who held the seat before her, Trey Martinez Fischer.
By a unanimous vote Thursday, City Council approved the Department of Arts and Culture’s new Cul-TÚ-Art funding guidelines.
The San Antonio City Council awarded a 15-year, $108 million contract for a public safety radio system to Dailey-Wells, the company that has provided the service since 2004.
The executive board is confident it will meet its fundraising goals in time for Commemorative Week, May 1-6, despite what previous leaders admitted was a late start.