A federal jury found former San Antonio Independent School District trustee Olga Hernandez not guilty on bribery and fraud charges on Tuesday.
The new courthouse will sit next to the developing San Pedro Creek Improvements Project, across from Casa Navarro, and on top of the historic Camino Real.
Congressman Henry Cuellar (D-TX) was recognized Wednesday for his work in helping secure the necessary funds – a little more than $144 million – for the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to construct San Antonio’s highly-anticipated, new federal courthouse.
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn is among several Republican leaders that have said they’ll support their party’s presumptive presidential nominee Donald Trump, but in a Friday speech to the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, he stopped far short of singing Trump’s praises or defending his recent comments on a range of issues.
The U.S. House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure approved a little more than $144 million in funding on Wednesday for the United States General Services Administration (GSA) to construct San Antonio’s new, long-awaited federal courthouse.
Poets, journalists, historians and nature lovers will flood San Pedro Creek on Saturday, April 9 during “Writers Take a Walk,” an event that will run along this important but often unnoticed stream.
After a five-year wait for funding, San Antonio finally will receive the $135 million needed to construct a new downtown federal courthouse if President Obama signs the $1.1 trillion budget bill passed by Congress Friday morning.
If the proposed $1.1 trillion federal budget for 2016 passes through the U.S. House and Senate this weekend, San Antonio will receive $135 million to build a the long-awaited new federal courthouse on a vacant square block of West Nueva Street, which would clear the way to vacate the rundown, at times flea-infested John H. Wood Federal Courthouse that was originally constructed as movie pavilion for HemisFair ’68.