In their opening offers on wages and health care, the fire union and the City clearly aren’t speaking to each other. My guess is they’re speaking to The Arbitrator.
For many Texas businesses, every week that a school district mandates students report early is a week of lost revenue – and that carries far-reaching implications.
Flashy or modest? The conversation in Commissioners Court last week regarding San Pedro Creek sparked debate about the role politics should play in public art.
Texas’ lack of a nondiscrimination law that protects sexual orientation and gender identity expression is adversely affecting the state’s LGBTQIA teachers.
It’s not the Pearl, but it is a five-point gem that offers local fare, affordable housing to locals, and plenty of short-term rental homes for visitors.
The far Northside district has long been a bastion of chamber-of-commerce style conservatives, but Councilman John Courage broke the mold.
U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro (D-San Antonio) is the author of record of a joint resolution in the U.S. House that challenges President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency.
Despite the turmoil in Washington, I remain committed to putting our community first and offering support on the successes we’re already achieving in San Antonio.
Long-term commitment to sound environmental policy goals requires broad support from the community, and we will ensure that all voices are heard in the process.
President Trump declared a border emergency, but Texas can provide a longer view of the range of things that might legally be considered “emergencies.”