San Antonio’s Ethics Review Board met Tuesday night, more than a week after it attempted to settle an ongoing citizen complaint against former Deputy City Manager Pat DiGiovanni.
The problem for the board was that it did not have a quorum, an issue that chair Arthur Downey said hadn’t happened in more than a decade, in his experience.
Bexar County plans on launching its own bookless library system this summer. Upon opening, the so-called BiblioTech will be one of the first all-digital public library systems in the country.
The Air Force is releasing details of the first male victims in its widening investigation of the sex scandal at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland.
Air Force officials said late Tuesday that a female instructor is now under investigation for having an alleged unprofessional relationship with a male technical trainee.
In addition, another male instructor has been identified as part of the Air Force probe, suspected of abusive sexual contact of two male trainees.
The City of San Antonio's Department of Human Services has recommended to council members that a commission dealing with children and families be dissolved.
Formed in the 1980's, the Commission for Children and Families was created to address the needs of parents and their children.
At that time, the city wanted to identify opportunities for learning and growing, making neighborhoods safe, and improving lifestyles and financial fitness.
The White house has formally responded to a petition requesting that Texas secede from the Union. Although the petition gained signatures quickly, there will be no division initiatives supported the White House anytime soon.