Cities across the U.S. including San Antonio are still reeling from regulatory battles with rideshare companies Lyft and Uber. Now, there's a new game in town: e-scooters.
A public hearing could be held by City Council as soon as Oct. 18 the proposed closure of streets as part of the controversial master plan for Alamo Plaza.
The owners of Deansteel at 931 S. Flores St. have withdrawn their rezoning request to regroup with business partners and neighbors about plans to redevelop the industrial site for apartments.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants to move slowly on a final decision on the future design of Alamo Plaza, but delaying is a mistake.
Community health workers will target children with asthma who are at risk of suffering dangerous complications requiring hospital visits.
The City of San Antonio's Planning Commission on Wednesday approved several changes to infill development, mixed use, and residential zoning regulations.
A City budget amendment, expected to be approved Thursday, allocates $400,000 from the general fund for the Westside Arts Coalition.
Disruption signals the arrival of something new, that often lays bare previously ignored issues that are the real problem.
The Alamo Management Committee on Tuesday voted unanimously to approve seven key elements of the multimillion-dollar plan to redevelop Alamo Plaza.
City Council unanimously approved funding for directional signs and entry monuments that will guide pilots, passengers, and other visitors to Stinson Airport.