Minimum wage, which includes the minimum amount of paid time off, is set by the Texas Legislature, not local jurisdictions, Paxton wrote.
A City Council committee voted Tuesday to explore five possible avenues for regulation despite facing what could be an uphill battle in passing such governance.
The Texas Supreme Court will not take on the City of San Antonio’s appeal regarding the firefighters union evergreen clause.
San Antonio City Council approved several measures regarding campaign finance and ethics policies Thursday.
City Council next week will vote on significant changes related to the Ethics Review Board and local campaign finance rules.
The new permit category opens up the system for taxicab drivers who own and operate their own vehicles.
Most San Antonio City Council members support a budget that includes housing initiatives and increased spending on street and sidewalk projects.
A small slice of the conversation surrounding development and sustainability resurfaced last week at the request of Councilwoman Ana Sandoval.
San Antonio City Clerk Leticia Vacek is expected to verify next Thursday that there are at least 20,000 valid signatures for each of the three petitions the fire union submitted one month ago.
This week on Just This, Rick and I discuss the forthcoming May runoff election between two Democratic candidates for Bexar County Commissioners Court.