U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar faces his first serious Democratic primary challenger in more than a decade in Jessica Cisneros, a 26-year-old immigration lawyer.
After more than five years, the City of San Antonio and its firefighters union finally have a labor contract.
Voters will decide in May whether to reauthorize a one-eighth-cent sales tax to fund Pre-K 4 SA, the City’s early childhood education program.
Sheriff Javier Salazar faces four opponents in the Democratic primary. Republican primary voters have three other candidates to examine.
Elected officials and other leaders discuss the sales tax funding options that highlighted the first Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report poll.
City of San Antonio staff are looking into several policies aimed at lifting area residents out of poverty.
Dolores Huerta urged San Antonians to encourage neighbors to vote and participate in the census at a San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce event Tuesday.
The first Bexar Facts/KSAT/Rivard Report Poll found that only 7 percent would prioritize funding mass transit over aquifer protect and Pre-K 4 SA.
Seven years after work on the Mission Reach project ended, Bexar County is set to receive its final reimbursement from the federal government
A car wash developer wants to demolish a Southside building built in 1926 but historic preservationists are moving to protect it.
Both the Democratic and Republican Parties of Bexar County have been rocked by internal conflict in the past couple of years.
Steve Clouse, the San Antonio Water System’s longtime chief operating officer, has come out of retirement as his successor departs for the private sector.
The Historic and Design Review Commission (HDRC) granted conceptual and final approval for several projects Wednesday.