Councilman Rey Saldaña (D4) said this week he will not vote in favor of a proposed hotel fee unless some of the money is set aside to fight homelessness.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg formed an ad hoc committee charged with reviewing options for revising the recently-adopted paid sick leave ordinance.
City Council unanimously approved a resolution Thursday to support women's health, safety, and economic opportunity.
City boards and commissions are not representative of the City's demographics, new data from the City of San Antonio Office of Equity showed.
City CFO Ben Gorzell said this is the first time he has seen traditional school districts weigh in on this "very narrow procedural approval."
City Council will consider exemptions to rules that prohibit Council members from using public dollars for certain events during election season.
Brookings Institution researchers released a study detailing how San Antonio can use data to better target economy-boosting opportunities abroad.
Officials from the company unveiled a San Antonio headquarters and Driver Support Center at 8610 Broadway St. Thursday as well as a property at 8770 Crownhill Blvd. to offer a service that has yet to be offered in the city until a few weeks ago.
The Council gave its approval to a $18,265,000 contract with SpawGlass Civil Construction to build the land bridge.
The five-day festival incorporates all five San Antonio missions — which are all UNESCO World Heritage sites — and ends with a celebratory Mass featuring mariachis on Sunday.