As local COVID-19 working groups halt work, their final report will guide the region’s continued response and recovery to the public health crisis.
With the Memorial Day weekend starting, Mayor Ron Nirenberg urged business owners to follow public health guidelines to avoid spreading coronavirus.
Ivalis Gonzalez Meza will become Mayor Ron Nirenberg’s chief of staff starting June 1.
CPS Energy has a plan to sequester key employees if the coronavirus gets worse in San Antonio.
The Texas Supreme Court ruled in favor of Cameron Redus’ family on Friday in their longstanding lawsuit against the University of the Incarnate Word.
City officials will temporarily close two Westside residential streets to through traffic as soon as early June, making room for more pedestrian and bicycle activity.
Officials have finished testing all residents and staff at 28 out of 65 Bexar County nursing homes, Mayor Ron Nirenberg said.
Texas health officials on Thursday made a key change to how they report data about the coronavirus, distinguishing antibody tests from standard viral tests. – from the Texas Tribune
San Antonio approved a new coronavirus emergency order, but some City Council members want to remove the “stay home” part of its title.
The Tobin Center for Performing Arts was not listed as one of the services that could reopen under the governor’s latest executive order.
San Antonio City Council reviewed the framework for the City’s COVID-19 Recovery and Resilience Plan on Wednesday.
The Historic and Design Review Commission green-lighted plans for a 10,000-square-foot skate park and other amenities near the historic Hays Street Bridge.
Siding with Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, a federal appeals court has blocked a preliminary injunction issued just a day before by U.S. District Judge Fred Biery.