A capacity crowd at San Fernando Cathedral paid their respects to the longtime commissioner and former state lawmaker and educator who died Dec. 27.
Senate Bill 90 aims to increase the number of “debilitating” medical conditions that qualify for the Texas Compassionate Use Program.
The Texas Legislature's 86th session doesn't start until Jan. 8, but lawmakers got a head start on filing legislation Monday.
The main problem with the current school finance structure is a topic that panelists agreed upon: There isn't enough state money going to public schools.
Bexar County Elections Administrator Jacquelyn Callanen said she deployed additional machines and staff when she saw higher-than-expected turnout.
Holding signs that advocated for student safety, more than 3,300 students marched in a coordinated effort to protest gun violence in downtown San Antonio Saturday.
The resignation of Emilio Castro, who was investigated after harassment allegations were made against him, is effective March 31.
State Sen. José Menéndez has asked the Texas Education Agency for a status update on the governance of troubled Edgewood ISD.
SAISD is negotiating another partnership with a Dallas-based charter network to address low graduation rates at Lanier and Highlands high schools.
NDAs are critical tools to ensure proprietary data is protected, but they should never be used to discourage or prohibit the reporting of harassment.