The latest battle of the Alamo is over. Mayor Ron Nirenberg, unlike William Barret Travis, chose to surrender.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush signed a resolution of support of the Alamo redevelopment plan Tuesday.
All eyes are on Mayor Ron Nirenberg this week as the final steps of the Alamo Master Plan take shape.
Land Commissioner George P. Bush released a statement Tuesday morning, describing the proposed changes as an effort to dilute Texas history.
The last and largest of the cannons remaining from the Battle of the Alamo returned to the historic site Wednesday.
Following these meetings and additional ones in July, the Alamo Citizens Advisory Committee may adjust its plan based on feedback.
Before the primary elections, the state land commissioner and his aides dismissed a leaked audit as “doctored” – not to be trusted.
If you don’t understand what is happening with the planned redevelopment of Alamo Plaza, or who exactly presides over San Antonio’s most important development project in decades, you are not alone.
Barbara Pierce Bush was the matriarch of an American political dynasty that has produced presidents, governors and other high officials.
With nearly 58 percent of the vote, incumbent Texas General Land Commissioner George P. Bush will face Democrat Miguel Suazo in November.