The debate over what is best for the future of San Antonio’s most hallowed ground has been contentious and bitter, but also worthwhile and productive.
While most San Antonians agree the Alamo should be enhanced for all to enjoy for years to come, many remain unconvinced the proposed changes are necessary.
San Antonio firefighters union President Chris Steele told firefighters he had "five solid votes" on City Council that would support the union, according to a second leaked recording released on Tuesday.
The proposed rules– aimed at curbing gun violence in neighborhoods and around schools – would relegate new gun shops to higher-intensity development zones.
City Council approved a $59.5 million contract for renovations to the existing Frost Tower that City staff will move into in 2021.
Council on Thursday voted to accept a new housing policy framework aimed at closing the gap between the cost of housing and what residents can afford.
The airport set records in July for passenger growth, domestic traffic, international traffic, and cargo moved through the airport.
Parking rates at nine City-owned parking lots and garages in and around downtown San Antonio may increase by $3 to $4 next year during large events.
San Antonio's public safety agencies need more money to better serve their employees and constituents, two top executives said Wednesday.
After the EPA labelled the city’s air too polluted to meet smog standards, San Antonio leaders have put their top public health official in charge of the cleanup.