Bexar County accepts $12 million in Johnson & Johnson opioid settlements Bexar County commissioners approved two settlements on Tuesday with Johnson & Johnson over opioid-related lawsuits. by Jackie Wang Latest Nirenberg, other Texas mayors urge Congress to pass infrastructure bills by Jackie Wang New state law on teen violence is welcomed, but councilman hopes to strengthen it by Iris Dimmick ‘He kept his light shining’: Homeless community, advocates mourn man shot at convenience store by Iris Dimmick City Council talks federal coronavirus recovery funding ahead of community input meetings by Jackie Wang SAHA extends eviction moratorium by Iris Dimmick More news San Antonio takes $100M step back on housing bond San Antonio’s 2022 housing bond was slated to be $250 million two weeks ago — that has been reduced to $150 million. by Iris Dimmick Woman sentenced to 20 days in jail, 10 years probation in cyclist Tito Bradshaw’s death A judge sentenced Linda Collier Mason to 20 days in jail and 10 years probation Wednesday in the 2019 death of cyclist Tito Bradshaw. by Iris Dimmick ‘Everybody can do everything’: Morgan’s Wonderland Camp unveils accessible outdoor activities Featuring a zipline and climbing wall, Morgan’s Wonderland Camp aims to make typical camp activities accessible to people with special needs. by Jennifer Norris San Antonio Housing Commission approves guide for spending $250M bond The Housing Commission created a priority guide for the residents charged with divvying up bond money for affordable housing. by Iris Dimmick San Antonio has a road map to close its digital divide, but the price tag could be $600M San Antonio Digital Connects has developed a road map aimed at closing the digital divide. Now it needs funding. by Iris Dimmick San Antonio architecture firm selected to develop master plan for Alazán Courts San Antonio-based Able City will develop a master plan for the Alazán Courts public housing complex over the next year. by Iris Dimmick ‘Break the silence’: Organizer shares her abortion story at Planned Parenthood fundraiser Keeping abortion secret from family and friends only adds to the stigma associated with the procedure, a Planned Parenthood organizer said. by Iris Dimmick Texas foster care system is failing our children Commentary: The overwhelmed and underfunded foster care system in Texas cannot provide adequate care for children. by Kathleen Fletcher With police contract now expired, city holds firm on disciplinary reform The city rejected a proposal from the police union that would have put more burden on the city to prove an officer shouldn’t return to the force after being fired by the police chief. by Iris Dimmick In charter vote’s wake, city eyes $250 million for its first comprehensive housing bond For the first time in San Antonio’s history, the city is slated to directly fund affordable housing projects through its five-year bond program. by Iris Dimmick San Antonio City Council passes resolution opposing legislation targeting trans students As the Texas Legislature once again takes up the issue of restricting transgender student athletes, City Council formally opposed it. by Jackie Wang Homicides rose in San Antonio, U.S. in 2020; experts aren’t sure why San Antonio saw a 22% rise in homicides in 2020, lower than the dramatic nationwide increase of 30%, according to FBI crime data. by Iris Dimmick Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.