The fire union has repeatedly said it won’t negotiate until the City drops its lawsuit against the current contract’s 10-year “evergreen” clause.
In addition to the matchups between the four competing teams, other events and activities will also take place around downtown this weekend.
Austin police say the man suspected of several bombings in Austin died early Wednesday morning as officers attempted to arrest him.
Of the approximately $291,000 embezzled from Centro San Antonio, none were taxpayer dollars, according to a third-party audit firm hired by the City.
The package bomb was said to have exploded on a conveyor belt inside the facility, injuring one employee who has been treated and released.
Two more Austin residents were injured Sunday evening in an apparent bombing, local police confirmed Monday.
Attorneys and immigrants’ rights groups who fought against SB 4 say their next move isn’t clear, but they insist they have a handful of options remaining.
Commissioners voted Tuesday to start from scratch the process of selecting a company to provide sheriffs deputies with body and in-car cameras.
Officials with the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association did not show Tuesday at City Hall – and, largely, were not expected to.
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.