City Council members got budget previews from the San Antonio police and fire departments as the budgeting process for 2020 gets underway.
Several committee members voiced concerns over how it appeared the City was moving forward on implementing an ordinance that they had been appointed to review and amend.
A documentary screening accompanied a community conversation about adverse childhood experiences and their impact on health.
Brockhouse has a history and a problem. He needs to own that history and voters need to consider his problem with women, both at home and in the public arena.
Commentary: San Antonio welcomes Central American asylum-seekers, offering them rest and resources before they continue their journeys.
On April 11, the Council is to vote on the plan and on a proposed ban on tobacco use in its parks, as well as public spaces including the River Walk.
City Manager Erik Walsh said Collen Bridger was a “hugely capable executive” as Metro Health’s leader and seemed a natural fit as interim assistant city manager.
The local diagnosis of a second measles case brings the total number of confirmed cases in Texas to at least 13.
Among the ideas to improve San Antonio’s air quality are asking the public to drive less on bad-air days and identifying specific sources of pollution.
Bexar County health outcomes are heavily impacted by social and economic factors, including severe housing problems and the number of children living in poverty.