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Binding arbitration under Proposition C may be the next move the San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association chooses during its contract negotiations with the city of San Antonio.

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The Texas Supreme Court ruled against the City of San Antonio in a long-standing breach of contract lawsuit over the Hays Street Bridge.

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The United States is seeing a sharp rise in the number of pedestrian fatalities, according to a recent report from the Governors Highway Safety Association. Nearly 300 pedestrians were killed on Texas roads in the first half of 2018.


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The series of special events marking 183 years since the Mexican Army's siege of the Alamo and the struggle to defend it ends on Wednesday.

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The Treehouse at the Witte, that odd bus stop by the H-E-B on Broadway, and that great big gate at the Japanese Tea Garden. These are works of art that all look like wood, but aren't. These are the works of two men whose artistry far exceeds their fame. Those artists are Dionicio Rodriguez and Carlos Cortes.

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The City of San Antonio and San Antonio Professional Firefighters Association met for their second round of negotiations on Tuesday.

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Public input on SA Climate Ready, the city of San Antonio’s proposed climate action plan, is underway.

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The San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association is seeking clarification about the City of San Antonio’s recognition of the recently-passed city charter amendment known as Proposition C.

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San Antonio is slated to take up a council consideration request this week calling for measures to help increase public participation at city hall.


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Updated 6:49 p.m.

Fitch, an international credit rating agency, has downgraded San Antonio’s credit to AA+.

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