Though the bill has made it to the House, chamber leaders have hinted that the controversial legislation may never reach the chamber’s floor for a vote.
Councilman Joe Krier’s opinions on public art have earned him a unique nickname and spurred discussion about funding and artist selection.
On Feb. 14, Dr. Ricardo Romo was placed on administrative leave “pending conduct review.” What followed was more than two weeks of near-silence.
A local student protected by DACA was arrested and threatened with deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials Wednesday.
Among the hundreds of people that came to Austin to testify in opposition of Senate Bill 4 on Thursday was San Antonio Police Chief William McManus.
President Trump’s executive orders have threatened to jeopardize U.S.-Mexico relations and yielded both concern and silence among local officials.
Along with the 2017 Municipal Bond, San Antonio voters will decide the nonpartisan mayoral race on May 6.
Some City Council members have expressed concerns about how the $850 million 2017 municipal bond will be spent and spread out over the 10 council districts.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick set the stage for the debate surrounding SB 6, which would require transgender people to use bathrooms based on “biological sex.”
The 2016 presidential election season may be over, but San Antonians are gearing up for another, likely heated election in 2017 – the race for mayor.