Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales (D5), who chairs the transportation committee, chided TCI leaders for failing to answer her previously posed questions.
Four Guadalupe River lakes will be closed temporarily to boat traffic, swimmers, and paddlers but not drained as originally proposed, according to an agreement Monday.
Holt Cat CEO Peter J. Holt and former Texas House Speaker Joe Straus will lead a new steering committee focused on improving early education in San Antonio.
A shifting of priorities along the Guadalupe River in the early 2000s has led to the lake drain, according to a former river authority official.
It was the first meeting between UTSA and Army West Point in San Antonio, home to one of the largest concentrations of military bases in the United States.
A public tax board unanimously approved a $6 million deal that will bring protected cycling tracks on streets adjacent to Broadway Street near downtown.
Julián Castro castigated former Vice President Joe Biden over health care during the Democratic presidential debate in Houston.
Public testimony at a Congressional redistricting hearing Thursday centered on past gerrymandering by the Texas Legislature and urged lawmakers against drawing unfair maps in the 2021 process.
After finding two flyers promoting the Ku Klux Klan at East Central High School, the district is working with the FBI to find who was responsible.
City Council unanimously approved a $2.9 billion budget that increases funding for affordable housing while compensating for a homestead tax exemption.