A San Antonio-based initiative focuses on ending the overutilization of emergency services by connecting people to the right type of care.
San Antonio’s public safety agencies need more money to better serve their employees and constituents, two top executives said Wednesday.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar on Monday unveiled a new program to connect officers to “culturally specific” communities.
The City held a meeting Tuesday to gather input on how to regulate dockless vehicles after three operators released e-scooters in San Antonio.
Students have been referred to law enforcement in dramatically higher numbers after the school shootings in Parkland and Santa Fe.
The lawsuit claims that two leading officials violated union members’ First Amendment rights to free speech and association related to union activities.
Here are four things to know about the two existing initiatives that allow school districts to arm their employees.
Under the current system, defendants can pay money in exchange for release unless they meet certain exceptional circumstances.
More than $5 million-worth in civil penalties were issued by school districts in the 2016-2017 school year, but less than half – about $2 million – has been paid by drivers that pass stopped school buses.
A City Council committee voted Tuesday to explore five possible avenues for regulation despite facing what could be an uphill battle in passing such governance.