A group of five residents, some religious and political activists, are suing the City of San Antonio under the “Save Chick-fil-A” law.
Park and airport police filed a lawsuit against the City of San Antonio that calls for pay equity with SAPD officers.
The San Antonio International Airport lost power just before noon, and regained it just before 1 p.m. on Tuesday.
Attorney General Ken Paxton announced an agreement with the City of San Antonio to provide documents related to its controversial Chick-fil-A decision.
In addition to expanding the number of flights at the airport, he led completion of the consolidated rental car facility, which opened in time for the 2018 NCAA Final Four.
The San Antonio International Airport will receive $4.6 million from the Federal Aviation Administration to demolish an aging taxiway and build a new one.
The City of San Antonio is waiting to submit its application for nearly $14 million in grants from the FAA as the City is under investigation from the federal agency regarding its removal of Chick-fil-A from an airport contract.
Last week’s City Council decision continues to draw criticism – from local business leaders, some elected officials, and now Attorney General Ken Paxton.
The agreement requires the contractor to remove Chick-fil-A from the airport because of the fast food chain’s association with anti-LGBTQIA groups.
Opportunities abound for artists, with several open calls and auditions at venues including Luminaria, MacNay Art Museum, and the San Antonio airport.