Attending a gathering at the Muslim Children Education and Civic Center, I learned a lot about our Muslim neighbors and what Ramadan means to them.
The new permit category opens up the system for taxicab drivers who own and operate their own vehicles.
More than 750 residents at Cassiano Homes on the Westside could get free Wi-Fi if the SA Housing Authority wins a national grant challenge.
A City Council committee on Tuesday recommended Brooks and the South Texas Medical Center as proving grounds for smart-city technology.
San Antonio City Council got its first collective look at rules proposed for short-term rentals Wednesday. For the most part, Council members didn’t like what they saw.
Councilman Manny Pelaez (D8) has asked the San Antonio City Council to consider a formal ordinance supporting net neutrality.
San Antonio residents age 65 and older might not be taking advantage of a common-sense property tax exemption. The City wants to change that.
As the City considers whether to join a class action lawsuit against opioid manufacturers and distributors, officials must weigh the benefits and the costs.
Five City Council members have issued an open letter requesting that the San Antonio firefighters union enter negotiations with the City on a new contract.
The City of San Antonio is considering whether to join Bexar County in suing opioid drug manufacturers and distributors that it blames for an addiction epidemic that has been devastating locally.