Local leaders responded to leaked audio that revealed Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s aim to undermine cities and counties through State preemption.
In 2010, hundreds of thousands of Texans were not counted in the decennial census. Officials are working to ensure everyone is counted in 2020.
Before the passage of House Bill 170, out-of-pocket costs for diagnostic mammograms could be unaffordable for patients, even those with insurance.
Crews began installing the final 53 of 2,400 air conditioners for residents living in SAHA apartments. The work will be done by the end of July.
In a profession dominated by women, educators often don’t have access to paid maternity leave. Without this benefit, teachers struggle to plan a family.
Longtime SAISD trustee James Howard, who is retiring from the board, believes some of San Antonio’s school districts need to be consolidated.
Local voters are more likely to be disturbed over the rights of all citizens than the rights of out-of-town fast-food restaurants, writes Rick Casey.
Bexar County school leaders are hopeful that House Bill 3 will provide the school finance remedy their public school districts need.
Roughly 2,500 public housing units do not have air conditioning. State Rep. Diego Bernal led an effort to purchase window air conditioners for all of them.
A nationwide movement of Presidents Day protests against Trump’s national emergency declaration included one at Travis Park in San Antonio.