After an SAPD detective was found to have mishandled more than 130 crimes, the department formed an internal task force to develop recommendations for how to prevent that kind of negligence in the future.
City Council voted 8-2 Thursday to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products in San Antonio from 18 to 21, becoming the first city in Texas to impose such a restriction.
To reflect on all the comings and goings, the Rivard Report compiled a highly subjective list of what’s in the rearview mirror as we leave 2017 behind.
Before council can vote on such changes it will be briefed again by the Ethics Review Board chair on those additional issues.
High-speed passenger rail connecting Texas cities is back in the conversation as San Antonio squares off against growth and congestion.
While DACA was not the comprehensive immigration reform we needed, it allowed dreams to come true, thanks to President Obama taking the initiative.
Metro Health Director Colleen Bridger hopes SA will join 13 of the 40 largest U.S. cities in raising the legal age to purchase tobacco products to 21.
The largest budget in the City’s history will, for the first time, use an “equity lens” to allocate resources where they are needed most.
After approving HUD grants worth $19.5 million Thursday, City Council also approved plans for a 296-unit affordable housing complex on the Northwest side.
The theme of the 14th annual PRIDE San Antonio Festival and Parade was “Living Now – Forever Proud.”