The firefighters union and City of San Antonio have agreed to another deadline extension for labor contract negotiations, according to union and City spokespeople.
A San Antonio Police Department spokeswoman confirmed a woman in her early 30s was struck and killed by a charter bus Tuesday afternoon.
The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said it was prepared to solve any issues the Texas Commission on Jail Standards found in order to regain compliance.
The San Antonio Police Department will move its arrestee processing operations to Bexar County’s new facility soon, city and county leaders promised Monday.
City Attorney Andy Segovia affirmed that the new rule established by Proposition C is an “available tool” in labor talks with the firefighters.
A late-1980s law that was born out of a molestation case against a Catholic priest could help prevent church authorities from covering up sex crimes today.
Members of the City Council’s public safety committee asked Tuesday where the SAPD wants to take its arrest processing operations in the future.
Brandi Burque is the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office’s first full-time staff psychologist in nearly 30 years.
Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh suggested bringing the item in front of the full City Council sometime in January.
The case of a San Antonio resident sentenced to probation despite multiple DWI convictions raises important questions about influence and lame-duck status.