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My San Antonio | May 27, 2018
Shana Fisher, 16, recalled for her love of drawing anime and her dog, Callie, as spiritual leaders urge mourners to make living better lives Shana’s legacy.
My San Antonio | May 26, 2018
Agent was not being attacked with “blunt objects” as had been reported initially; Border Patrol news release states the group of immigrants ignored the agent’s commands and “rushed” him, prompting him to fire one round from his weapon, killing the young woman.
My San Antonio | May 26, 2018
A man was killed while trying to cross an Northeast Side road Friday night, May 26, 2018, according to San Antonio police. The other driver stopped to render aid and police say no charges are being filed.
My San Antonio | May 26, 2018
The coastal town may have only half the usual accommodations for Memorial Day weekend, but its beaches still beckon for the traditional start to the summer vacation season.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office on Friday identified the 54-year-old woman who was fatally stabbed by her son at a Northwest Side home.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
More than 8,000 people have signed a petition protesting the closure of an access road along the Canyon Lake Dam that served as a walking trail for many residents.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
An overturned 18-wheeler caused authorities to shut down the southbound lanes of Interstate 35 Friday morning, causing major congestion on the Northeast Side.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
John Worch, an Air Force veteran and former principal in the Harlandale Independent School District, died after an eight-year battle with an aggressive form of brain cancer.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
On Memorial Day 2013, a storm system that originated over Mexico days earlier finally made it's way to San Antonio, unleashing a torrential rain that claimed three lives and went down in the record books.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Police on Thursday arrested a 20-year-old man accused of gunning down his older brother's rival in the parking lot of a Northeast Side flea market.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
A woman is dead and her son is in police custody, accused of stabbing her to death Thursday night in a home in the Monte Vista neighborhood, according to police. San Antonio Police Department Sgt. Hernandez, who declined to give his first name, said police were called out to the home on the 2100 b...
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Seguin police arrested three juveniles in a two-day span on terroristic threat charges, according to the department.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The five-member board voted unanimously to name Eduardo Hernandez, now a chief academic officer in Duncanville ISD, as their choice for the top post.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The driver was heading south when he saw a black object in the air strike the front of his car, according to Trooper Guy Gill.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The westbound lanes of Culebra Road were shut down Friday afternoon as police are responding to a wreck involving a UHAUL Truck and a Via Transit bus, according to San Antonio police.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Probate Judge Tom Rickhoff, who is running for county judge as a Republican, again lambasted incumbent County Judge Nelson Wolff and said he would end his candidacy if Wolff agrees to a series of conditions.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The temperature in the house was 114 degrees and the immigrants had limited access to water, authorities said.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Olmos Dam has become a staple structure in downtown San Antonio, standing strong as a backdrop piece to Incarnate Word University, a protector of our city's sacred Riverwalk. Take a look inside the dam to see how it functions, and to learn about why the dam is so important to the city.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
The rig’s driver and another man, both Cuban nationals, were arrested after Tuesday’s find and remain in jail on federal immigration smuggling charges.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Border Patrol agents stationed in Harlingen seized more than 2,700 pounds of marijuana after a car chase on Thursday, according to a news release.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
DENTON, Mont. (AP) — A central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was. Fish, Wildlife and Parks regional spokesman Bruce Auchly said th...
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Robert Mikell Ussery, who confronted pastor of First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs massacre to accuse him of perpetrating the tragedy as “a government hoax,” is charged with being a felon with a gun.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Police are searching for the man who burst into a West Side apartment, assaulted a woman and then robbed her.
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — After glitches during statewide standardized testing, Texas is excusing students affected from some passing requirements and fining the firm that administers the exams. Last month, 41,702 students were booted for about 20 minutes from the State of Texas Assessment of Academic ...
My San Antonio | May 25, 2018
Daniel Moreno Lopez is accused with two others of beating and suffocating a man then severing his limbs and burning them on a barbecue pit.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
The group agreed that it would suggest that the council consider requiring that officials and candidates who file campaign-finance reports must disclose the occupations and employers of their donors.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
An anonymous tip helped deputies find a suspect who allegedly tried robbing a corner store earlier this month.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
The philanthropist is giving $1.4 million for two new ambulances to serve The Children’s Hospital of San Antonio.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
For the majority of the past 12 days, Lisa Garcia has sat in a hospital room. Her daughter, 23-year-old Hailey Reyes, is on life support. Her husband, 45-year-old Michael Garcia is dead.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
A power line fell on a West Side home early Thursday, sparking a fire that damaged the home and a pickup truck parked at the property.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
A motorcyclist was hospitalized late Wednesday after crashing into the side of an SUV on the North Side, police said.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
If heading to the beach is in your plans for Memorial Day weekend, make sure it's not one reporting high levels of fecal bacteria.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — Recreational red snapper seasons open Friday in state and federal waters off Louisiana and Mississippi. Openings are scheduled June 1 off Texas and Alabama and June 11 off of Florida's west coast for anglers after the popular sport and table fish. The states announced those...
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
A junior at Edison High School was arrested Tuesday after he allegedly brought a handgun to school, according to officials.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
A surge in new residents pushed San Antonio's population above 1.5 million for the first time.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
Deputies on Wednesday arrested a 37-year-old gang member who was allegedly in possession of more than 100 grams of heroin.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
Ryan Glenn Martinez, a former comptroller of Southern Folger Detention Equipment Company LLC, pleaded not guilty to federal charges related to money stolen from the firm that makes locks and other equipment for prisons and jails.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
The service road across the Canyon Lake Dam, known as the Vereda Real Scenic Walk, is currently closed for public safety, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
Several public offices and facilities will be closed Monday for Memorial Day, a federal holiday honoring those who lost their lives serving in the U.S.'s armed forces. But a few will remain open.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
Harvey E. Najim has given $1.4 million to the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio for two specialized ambulances.
My San Antonio | May 24, 2018
Timus Williams left the Salvation Army to start In His Presence Ministries in 2000.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
Authorities have closed the northbound lanes of Interstate 35 south of New Braunfels as they respond to a major motorcycle crash.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
Police are searching for an armed robber who held up a Northeast Side Walgreens early Wednesday and then got rid of the tracking device that came with the stolen money as he fled.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
Darryl Clinton was on the roof of a home helping to put out fires from flying rocks on Saturday morning  when an explosion a couple hundred yards away launched a "lava bomb" his way.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
A California family of five has found happiness in a 150-square-foot-trailer parked on a two-acre plot of rural land, and people are loving their Instagram photos @arrowsandbow.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
The former VIA vice chairman had been endorsed by outgoing House Speaker Joe Straus.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
Clint Walker, a former merchant seaman and real-life Las Vegas deputy sheriff who roamed the West as a towering, solitary figure on “Cheyenne,” the first hour-long western on television, died Monday in Grass Valley, Nevada County. He was 90. His death, at a hospital, was confirm...
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
Current CEO and Executive Director Keith Martin will be the leader of the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo Educational Foundation.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
No storms in the forecast means all the conditions are right for the perfect storm that is the slow-moving hoards of inner tubes, coolers, music and fun on area rivers as Memorial Day kicks off the beloved Texas tubing tradition.
My San Antonio | May 23, 2018
A couple who were arrested after allegedly robbing three hotels are accused of robbing one more, according to San Antonio police.