Commentary: City voters get their drinking water from the Edwards Aquifer. Far fewer of them ride VIA buses, so the natural inclination is to vote one’s personal needs or interests.
Commentary: San Antonio’s transit needs are urgent, but without a funding plan for aquifer protection it will be hard to convince voters to reallocate the one-eighth-cent sales tax to VIA.
The San Antonio River Authority decided not to pursue an additional tax to fund an expansion of its role in cleaning and maintaining local waterways.
Commentary: As County Judge Nelson Wolff affirmed his support for preserving the Woolworth Building, local resident Nettie Hinton reminded us why it matters.
San Antonio native Robert Hammond had no experience developing parks when he began trying to save a freight rail line in New York.
Bexar County commissioners decided the county would pursue its own litigation against opioid manufacturers, although a trial date wouldn’t occur until 2021.
Commentary: After 75 years of engineering San Antonio’s network of streets and highways to accommodate individuals and their automobiles, the time for change has come.
Officials should decide whether a tax to protect the Edwards Aquifer could be shifted to fund a multimodal transportation plan, County Judge Nelson Wolff said Wednesday.
University Health System will distribute more than 17,000 gun locks to San Antonio residents starting in November.
Local leaders responded to leaked audio that revealed Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s aim to undermine cities and counties through State preemption.