The City and a coalition of businesses suing it over a paid sick leave ordinance set to take effect Aug. 1 have agreed to delay its implementation.
The Alamo will remain a cemetery only in a symbolic sense without more stringent legal requirements for treatment of any human remains.
Start your holiday shopping early at some Christmas in July fairs, or forget all about that and head to an MMA bout instead this weekend.
The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word gathered in solidarity with a protest in Washington, D.C., decrying the detention of migrant children.
Castle Hills City Alderwoman Lesley Wenger and Sylvia Gonzalez, whose Place 3 seat was declared vacated by the city attorney, were arrested Thursday.
Leaders of the San Antonio Conservation Society said they were surprised to see demolition start at the East Side building complex.
As archaeological and restoration work gets underway at the Alamo, San Antonio indigenous groups are decrying the State’s efforts to fight designating parts of the historic site an official cemetery under state law.
A potential agreement to share business and professional development services among Bexar County’s child care providers took further shape at a meeting Wednesday.
The new apartment community is set to forge a path for other residential, retail and recreational spaces that are expected to arise at Hemisfair.
Northside ISD trustees unanimously approved a compensation plan Wednesday night with general pay increases for all teachers of at least 4 percent.