A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
More than 35 requests, totaling more than $10 million, were submitted by almost all Council members – but not all of them can make the cut.
On Wednesday, City Council will discuss a number of proposed budget amendments brought forth by members over the summer.
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San Antonio City Council’s Governance Committee selected Athalie Malone to fill a vacancy on VIA Metropolitan Transit’s board of trustees.
Officials announced the formation of a domestic violence commission Friday, chaired by Judge Monique Diaz and Assistant City Manager Colleen Bridger.
A traffic impact study on adding a protected bike lane on Broadway Street is not yet complete.
San Antonio City Council unanimously passed a resolution calling for state and federal governments to address gun violence Thursday.
The City of San Antonio’s proposed 2020 budget would increase funding to affordable housing by $8.5 million.
City Council reviewed elements of next year’s $2.9 billion budget focused on improving the quality of life for vulnerable families and children.