A mansion that once belonged to one of the most fascinating figures in San Antonio’s 300-year history has been restored on the East Side.
City officials are looking at ways to assist tenants who face possible displacement as a result of rising rents at a downtown apartment complex.
The lives of 800,000 so-called “Dreamers” who reside in the United States could soon be upended as the Trump administration faces a legal ultimatum.
The project’s goal is to use books to improve literacy and reading skills, and thus further delinquent youth’s educations.
The victims, most hailing from Mexico and Guatemala, paid smugglers thousands of dollars to travel north from the Mexican border to San Antonio.
SNAP helps about 44 million people per month buy food. Last year, the government spent $71 billion in total on the program.
The high school sophomore died by self-inflicted asphyxiation on July 8, allegedly following the promptings of the nefarious online Blue Whale Challenge.
Isaiah Gonzalez’s family believes that their son’s death was connected to an insidious social media game.
The motion passed by the Commissioner’s Court reserves 70 additional beds at the Karnes County facility through a contractual amendment.
James “Rad” Weaver frequently points to his Freshman year at John Jay High School in Northside ISD as the source of his success.