Some political leaders have called for his resignation, but Sen. Uresti said he has no immediate plans to step down.
District 116 State Rep. Diana Arévalo is facing a stiff primary challenge from the lawmaker who held the seat before her, Trey Martinez Fischer.
By many measures and in every slice of life, 2017 was an eventful year for San Antonio, Texas, and the United States.
Former State Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon, a Democrat from San Antonio, passed away on Tuesday.
City officials, developers, and construction executives gathered at 825 East Park Avenue Tuesday morning to break ground on Park Avenue at the Pearl, an apartment complex that will be largely built from shipping containers.
Last week, more than 40 people stood vigil outside a hospital room the afternoon San Antonio activist and Democratic organizer Choco Gonzalez Meza died – local leaders and politicians, lifelong friends, and most of her beloved family.
PHILADELPHIA — A succession of Texas women took the Democratic National Committee Convention stage Monday night, and threw some of the sharpest daggers of the night at Republican nominee Donald Trump.
San Antonio native and former state Sen. Leticia Van De Putte is co-chairing this year’s Democratic National Convention Rules Committee, a position that comes with significant power and responsibility.
A joyful chorus of six different mariachi groups came together Tuesday night to serenade this year’s San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) Business Awards honorees.
With passion, commitment and hope, 300,000 people joined together in peace to walk the 2.75-mile route of the 29th annual Martin Luther King Day March on San Antonio’s Eastside Monday.