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Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

City officials have agreed to delay San Antonio’s Paid Sick Leave Ordinance after talking with the attorneys who are challenging it in court.

Demolition efforts begin on the state-owned G.J. Sutton Building.
Paul Flahive | Texas Public Radio

Demolition efforts began this week on the state-owned G.J. Sutton Building, to the dismay of historians. 

School children visit the Scobee Planetarium leading up to the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing.
Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

Saturday marks the 50th anniversary of the first lunar landing, and visitors to the Scobee Planetarium at San Antonio College have plenty of questions about the moon.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

The City of San Antonio and San Antonio Professional Fire Fighters Association are ready to begin Arbitration under Proposition C.

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

Planning for San Antonio’s paid sick leave ordinance continues as a lawsuit has been filed trying to stop it from taking effect on August 1.  

Lauren Terrazas / Texas Public Radio

U.S. Customs and Border Protection reported its agents apprehended more than 800,000 migrants since last October along the U.S.-Mexico border, and many took place in the Border Patrol's Del Rio sector.

Ryan Poppe | Texas Public Radio

A group of district attorneys this month announced they would not prosecute possession of marijuana cases until the state produced a test that differentiated between legal hemp and marijuana. But Gov. Greg Abbott and other state officials were not happy about that.

Your CBD Store is a new member of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
Dominic Anthony Walsh | Texas Public Radio

For the first time, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce has accepted a CBD business as a member. San Antonio is now the first major Texan city with a CBD business included in their Chamber of Commerce. The commerce chambers of Keller and Greater Heights also include CBD businesses.   

Frost tower overlooking San Pedro Creek.
Brian Kirkpatrick | Texas Public Radio

The new Frost tower downtown is officially open. The latest addition to San Antonio’s skyline is also the first downtown office high-rise built in a quarter century, according to Frost officials. 

A multi-lingual volunteer gives blankets to migrant families at Travis Park Church.
Bonnie Petrie | Texas Public Radio

For families allowed to claim asylum at the Texas border, the first destination is almost always San Antonio, at least for a day. Over the last few months the flow became too much for Catholic Charities, so the city and a downtown church stepped in to help.