Former Mayor Henry Cisneros recounted the life and contributions of Lila Cockrell, San Antonio’s first female mayor, in a tribute he read during her funeral Thursday.
The City will argue in multidistrict litigation that a flood of opioids pouring into cities and counties nationwide has destroyed families, taken lives, and sapped tax dollars and resources from the community.
Changes to the City’s climate plan were enough to win support of the utility’s board, which voted to approve a resolution in support on Monday.
Commentary: A lawsuit filed more than 13 years ago by the City of San Antonio went from being a legal victory to a defeat with a price tag attached.
The commission’s recommendations would be based on member’s input and research on how other cities have enacted paid sick leave laws.
Commentary: It’s time for City Council to call on SAWS to increase its contribution to the General Fund.
A San Antonio woman is suing Lime and the City of San Antonio, alleging she was injured while riding an e-scooter and hitting a pothole.
After suffering a downgrade by one of three major rating agencies last year, the City heaved a sigh of relief Wednesday as its bond ratings stayed put.
San Antonio’s paid sick leave commission met Wednesday for the first time since the City and plaintiffs in a lawsuit agreed to delay implementing the law.
Bexar County paid the City of San Antonio $2.58 million in 2019 to allow county residents to use San Antonio Public Library resources.