The backlash from the non-discrimination ordinance continues to play out here in San Antonio. While anti-NDO advocates were unable to force a citywide vote for the policy -- failing to garner even half the required signatures -- recall efforts for the mayor and several council members who voted for the policy continue.
Today the investigation into a controversial University of Texas regent begins hearing testimony. Wallace Hall has made few friends since being appointed to the board, but what has brought him to the brink of possible impeachment? It would be the first in Texas history as a non-elected official.
The past few years at the University of Texas have been rocky and not just for the football team. Behind the ivory and Indiana limestone a fight over reform has been getting downright confrontational.
On Saturday, downtown San Antonio will be filled with an estimated 1,000 armed men and women espousing their right to carry openly rifles and shotguns. "Come and Take It San Antonio!" has billed itself as a peaceful march and open carry event at the site of the Alamo.
Scientific American and Popular Science will no longer allow users to comment online saying: "Comments can be bad for science," citing the skewing abilities of a minority on long-established scientific beliefs such as evolution and climate change.
The Bexar County Community Health Assessment was an attempt by the major health providers and organizations in the county to analyze the health of Bexar County. We talk with Dr. Steve Blanchard, board chair of The Health Collaborative (Steve is also the chairman of the 2013 Community Health Assessment) and Elizabeth Lutz, Executive Director of the Health Collaborative.
The Metropolitan Planning Organization is asking public input from residents in Kendall, Comal, and Guadalupe Counties before regional transportation planning gets underway.
As of the 2010 census, New Braunfels is designated as part of the San Antonio urban metro area, and officials say the law requires that New Braunfels be incorporated into the San Antonio-Bexar County MPO.
Proposition 6, in the upcoming November vote, would allow the state to tap $2 billion in funds for water projects. Today we here from two advocates in State Rep. Lyle Larson and Texas Nature Conservancy's Chloe Lieberknecht.
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The Tobin Center is taking shape and we talk with Tobin President and CEO Michael Fresher about what changes are being made.