Scooter Store employees have plenty of questions about their furloughs late last week.
Scooter Store CEO Marty Landon reportedly sent out a blanket email at the end of the day last Friday that told all employees not to come back to work unless they received further instructions.
Employees were left dazed and confused, entering their spring break not knowing where their next paycheck would come from.
The Committee on Natural Resources has sent a water funding bill to the House floor that addresses one of the key points stressed by Governor Perry at the start of this legislative session.
Rep. Allan Ritter, R- Nederland, said HB 4 provides$2 billion of state funds that city municipalities and businesses can tap into for their water needs.
Federal officials visited San Antonio's East Side this week to guage how reinvestment dollars are shaping housing and education needs.
The city received federal funding in the form of two grants: the Choice Neighborhood Grant, awarded in 2012, which targets housing, and the Promise Neighborhood Grant, awarded in 2011, which focuses on education.
At the end of the month on San Antonio’s near west side, thousands of people will march from Guadalupe Street into downtown for the annual Cesar Chavez March.