The San Antonio River Authority decided not to pursue an additional tax to fund an expansion of its role in cleaning and maintaining local waterways.
More than 3,000 city officials and professional staff from all over will convene in San Antonio this week for City Summit.
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg want voters to approve redirecting a one-eighth-cent sales tax, now used for aquifer protection, to fund mass transit.
Lights, music, and color filled Hemisfair and spilled onto the River Walk during the 12th annual Luminaria Festival on Saturday night.
Like most complex issues cities in the U.S. face, it will take a multi-pronged approach to mitigate poverty, panelists said.
San Antonio Water System customers will see their bills rise again next year, this time to pay for water from the Vista Ridge pipeline.
Day of the Dead celebrations at the Pearl and La Villita presented some San Antonio firsts.
A zoning change is required for the City to implement a $42 million improvement project for Broadway Street.
Commentary: After 75 years of engineering San Antonio’s network of streets and highways to accommodate individuals and their automobiles, the time for change has come.
An attorney for the Second Baptist Church said it might sue the City if its zoning change request to allow a temporary migrant shelter is denied.