Wanna bet? Texas Legislature to reconsider legalizing casinos and sports betting Given the stiff headwinds to getting any expansion in gambling passed, advocates may be competing against each other. by Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune Latest She ‘listens first, acts second’: ACT 4 SA’s Ananda Tomas won’t stop pushing for police reform by Iris Dimmick City to get tough on contractors who cut corners or hold up road projects by Shari Biediger Sandoval accuses Pelaez of ‘tantrum’ as council mulls final pandemic relief funding by Iris Dimmick With no high-profile opponent in sight, Mayor Ron Nirenberg files for reelection to 4th term by Andrea Drusch Ana Sandoval formally resigns as City Council lays plans to fill District 7 seat by Andrea Drusch More news San Antonio will name a street after Mexican American labor hero Emma Tenayuca Tenayuca’s name will be added to the street signs near the site of the old pecan shelling factories on Cevallos Street, between Interstate 35 and Probandt Street in Southtown. by Raquel Torres City moves to use eminent domain to acquire bar property for Alamo Museum City Council approved an ordinance that relies on the power of eminent domain to acquire bar property for the planned Alamo museum. by Shari Biediger Even without water champion Lyle Larson, Texas lege poised to tackle tough water issues San Antonio could help lead the way as the Texas legislature tackles water issues through a new caucus and a surplus of state dollars. by Lindsey Carnett Sakai wants ‘shared power’ with commissioners, won’t commit to The Link, downtown baseball stadium The new Bexar County judge plans to implement public town hall meetings, update county technology and balance power between commissioners. by Andrea Drusch Two years after Texas’ voting rights showdown, lawmakers again push dozens of elections bills Democrats will be seeking to expand voting access and Republicans are pledging to make elections more secure. by Pooja Salhotra, The Texas Tribune San Antonio officials remain in the dark about TxDOT’s Broadway plans State officials said the project could go to bid this year, but City Manager Erik Walsh said he hasn’t seen any plans yet. by Andrea Drusch FEMA approves new flood maps for parts of southeast Bexar County The newly approved FEMA maps cover sections of China Grove, Elmendorf, San Antonio, St. Hedwig and unincorporated areas of Bexar County. by Lindsey Carnett Council members move to boost renters’ awareness of their rights The goal is to increase awareness among San Antonio renters of their existing rights to safe housing while the city looks for ways to beef up those rights. by Iris Dimmick After Uvalde shooting, Texas senator wants to make it easier to sue police State Sen. Roland Gutierrez, a San Antonio Democrat, introduced legislation that includes a bill that would end qualified immunity. by Alex Nguyen, The Texas Tribune New County Judge Peter Sakai to lay out his agenda in livestreamed event County Judge Peter Sakai will share his vision for the first 100 days of his administration Thursday morning in an event hosted by the San Antonio Report and KLRN TV. by San Antonio Report Staff Perry makes court appearance after apologizing for ‘bad judgments’ at neighborhood meeting The councilman received a warm reception from an audience of his allies, but some political opponents are leaning toward running against him. by Andrea Drusch CPS Energy board approves plan to phase out coal by 2028 CPS Energy’s board voted 4-1 to approve the city’s next generation portfolio Monday, which will see the utility phase out coal by 2028. by Lindsey Carnett Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.