REPLAY VIDEOS: To gain resident feedback prior to the development of the Proposed Budget, the City hosted Pre-Proposed Community Budget Work Sessions at various locations throughout the City from May 19 to May 22, 2014 (replay videos below).
Written by Amanda Evrard on May 15 2014 - 2:25pm
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 20 2022 - 1:45pm
Big-city mayors (including mayor of San Antonio) on the impact of climate change and their ambitious plans to combat it. Moderated by Anna Palmer, CEO and Co-Founder of Punchbowl News. Get your tickets here.
Written by Texas Tribune on Sep 16 2022 - 3:05pm
The Texas Tribune invites you to join the 2022 Texas Tribune Festival. Explore the program featuring more than 120 mind-expanding panels, conversations and interviews, including the inside track on the 2022 elections and the 2023 legislative session, the state of public and higher education at this stage in the pandemic, why Texas suburbs are booming, why broadband access matters, the legacy of slavery, what really happened in Uvalde and so much more.
Written by Kathryn O'Rourke on Jun 18 2020 - 6:49pm
Note: This talk by Kathryn O'Rourke was part of a day-long symposium on the importance of the Woolworth Building as a Civil Rights historic site, hosted by the San Antonio Conservation Society and Bexar County. Click here to see other presentations.
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jun 30 2019 - 9:28pm
By Charlotte-Anne Lucas for NOWCastSA, June 30, 2019
Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 23 2018 - 2:24pm
Written by Texas Tribune on Nov 16 2018 - 4:19pm
By Alex Samuels and Patrick Svitek, The Texas Tribune
Written by JoleneAlmendarez on Nov 7 2018 - 8:36am
More than half of San Antonio voters supported Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic candidate for U.S. Senate, but it wasn't enough to put him over the top in the Nov. 6 General Election.
Written by Beth Graham on Sep 21 2018 - 11:54am
Replay video: Project Lifeline hosted a panel and community discussion and interactive event, "Immigrant Children, Detention Without End?" on Friday, Sept. 28, in the Student Engagement Ballroom at the University of the Incarnate Word. Each year, as many as 90,000 immigrant children spend time in U.S. detention centers. Those who monitor the conditions say the children often are kept for months at a time in unsanitary conditions without proper medical care and are denied food and clean water. Recent proposals could make their stay in detention indefinite.
Written by Guest (not verified) on Sep 20 2018 - 1:46pm
“It was painful how hungry we were.” “I begged for water for my daughter but the officials wouldn’t give her any.” “The temperature was extremely cold. Children were crying all the time. Human heat was not enough to warm the babies.” Each year in U.S. immigration detention facilities, 90,000 children are systematically deprived of food, water and basic medical care, and exposed to extreme temperatures and unsanitary conditions.