Two political campaigns are painting different pictures of Steele, who successfully led the charge to get three Charter amendment proposals on the November ballot.
Rose Williams, 90, is one of less than a dozen Holocaust survivors remaining in the San Antonio area, and one who can still speak about her experience.
As the City's first accessibility compliance manager, Judy Babbitt championed the idea that accessibility is "not just a nice thing, it's a civil right."
Lavaca was still a quiet neighborhood in the mid-1990s when Julia Medina first hosted me for caldo at her home at 226 Sadie Street.
Rick Hunter was quite simply the best photographer I have ever had the opportunity to meet.
City Attorney Michael Bernard has decided to leave his position with the City of San Antonio after eight years to become a partner in the San Antonio office of Bracewell & Giuliani.