Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 09, 2022
Replay video from the March 3, 2022 meeting to discuss the problems and solutions to the negative activity and violence coming from the North St. Mary's Strip area.
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 08, 2022
By Alexa Ura, The Texas Tribune With counting holdups and missed ballots marring what amounted to a low-turnout election, Harris County election officials are facing pressure from local leaders of both political parties to explain what went wrong in last week’s primary. Houston-area voters saw…
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 07, 2022
By Brooke Park, The Texas Tribune For high school senior Gabrielle Izu, Texas’ public school book bans feel personal.
Challenges to Texas investigations of gender-affirming care ramp up as feds move to protect transgender kids
Written by Texas Tribune on Mar 03, 2022
By Eleanor Klibanoff and Brooke Park, The Texas Tribune
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Mar 01, 2022
Following President Biden's 2022 State of the Union Address more than 30 young people from 26 states will react live to the speech in panel discussions. The speakers include Matthew Baiza of San Antonio, the Texas Organizing Director at NextGen America. Watch live or replay later:
Written by Vivian Lopez on Feb 22, 2022
Updated: Hours after it was scheduled, San Antonio officials scrapped a vote by the Historic and Design Review Commission on whether to cut down 100 trees, some very old, in Brackenridge Park. The move came after District 2 Councilman Jalen McKee-Rodriguez requested a minimum of three…
Threats from QAnon conspiracists have forced a butterfly sanctuary in the Rio Grande Valley to close
Written by Texas Tribune on Feb 22, 2022
By Sneha Dey, The Texas Tribune A South Texas butterfly sanctuary has closed after it was the target of conspiracy theories that escalated into credible threats. The National Butterfly Center, along the U.S.-Mexico border in Mission, has long been the target of QAnon conspiracy theories falsely…
Written by Vivian Lopez on Feb 15, 2022
Should the city cut down more than 100 heritage and significant trees along the banks of the San Antonio River in Brackenridge Park? That’s the question on the Feb. 16, 2022 agenda of the Historic and Design Review Commission. Members of the public can voice their concerns before the commission…
Written by Greg Harman on Feb 03, 2022
The following story was originally published at Deceleration News by Greg Harman. Update: The Historic and Design Review Commission has withdrew this item from its agenda before the Feb. 2, 2022 meeting.
Written by Sofia Briones on Jan 28, 2022