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.
Continuing a decades-long search for sustainable solutions to homelessness, San Antonio could shift toward a “housing first” strategy.
The San Antonio City Council on Thursday passed a pledge for the city to do its part to stop the effects of global warming.
San Antonio City Council members will participate in awareness efforts to make sure Bexar County residents are counted in the 2020 U.S. Census.
Mayor Ron Nirenberg appointed a group of City Council members Wednesday to oversee a review of how they pay their staff and potential increases to district budgets.
Local leaders responded to leaked audio that revealed Texas House Speaker Dennis Bonnen’s aim to undermine cities and counties through State preemption.
Federal contractor VisionQuest seeks to temporarily house unaccompanied migrant youth in an Eastside church’s community center, but the plan faces opposition.
City Council members shared markers of unhealthy relationships in a public service announcement that is part of a domestic violence awareness campaign.
Rev. Ann Helmke oversees an army of volunteers to tackle some of San Antonio’s most pervasive problems.