For the first time in a decade, the Texas Legislature has opened its session without San Antonio’s Joe Straus in the powerful post of Speaker of the House. Happily, his spirit is still strong in Austin.
East Central is the only Bexar County school district moving toward a policy of arming teachers and other adult school workers.
Even with common-sense solutions, the issue of border security cannot be addressed without addressing the need for immigration reform.
Elizondo became a close ally who helped Wolff transform county government from a medieval circus of competing fiefdoms into something of a modern big-city powerhouse.
Union leader Chris Steele seems to be stalling until his Council champion decides on a mayoral run. In the meantime, some believe he's trying to gain control of the District 2 seat.
Lila Cockrell's Love Deeper Than a River is the story of a true pioneer woman whose frontier was male-dominated urban politics and society.
Many of us have already decided that things will be different in 2019.
Research indicates that borrowing money through municipal bonds becomes more expensive for local governments after local newspapers close.
“Dry January” started in Great Britain in 2012 when a nonprofit there called Alcohol Change launched the effort as a nationwide health initiative.
The reality that San Antonio still faces is that public safety benefits and pension costs have become a worsening drag on City finances.