U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson told state Republicans they must unify ahead of the fall midterm elections.
Bexar County Nelson Wolff wrote a letter to retiring House Speaker Joe Straus urging campaign finance reform legislation.
Authorities discovered dozens of people inside an air-conditioned tractor-trailer Tuesday night in North San Antonio, according to media reports.
The San Antonio River Authority closed the section because children were swimming in the water, which may contain harmful bacteria.
After a more than seven-month hiatus, Press Coffee this summer plans to revive its business about three miles northeast of its original location.
Downtown drivers may be able to cruise through a new roundabout slated to open Monday near Fox Tech High School and the Central Library.
Spain’s King Felipe VI and Queen Letizia are scheduled to visit San Antonio next week, June 16-18, as part of the city’s Tricentennial celebration.
Several LGBTQIA community members spoke in favor of the crosswalks, calling them a positive symbolic step towards greater equality.
The 64-unit building would be situated between the Witte building and Esquire Tavern on Commerce Street.
Frontier Airlines on Tuesday announced two new nonstop flights from San Antonio to Salt Lake City and Orange County, California.