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SAPD: Gunman at large after shooting tow truck driver in chest on West Side | My San Antonio SAPD: Gunman at large after shooting tow truck driver in chest on West Side
A 57-year-old tow truck driver was shot in the chest early Friday on the West Side.
My San Antonio | October 20, 2017
Police find man allegedly stabbed multiple times at Taco Cabana while responding to downtown crash | My San Antonio Police find man allegedly stabbed multiple times at Taco Cabana while responding to downtown crash
Police on Friday morning discovered a man who had been stabbed in the chest multiple times at a Taco Cabana while responding to a crash downtown.
My San Antonio | October 20, 2017
PRESS Coffee closes early amid disputes over rent, alleged threats, chickens | My San Antonio PRESS Coffee closes early amid disputes over rent, alleged threats, chickens
A dispute between a landlord and a coffee shop involving chickens, a leaf blower, threats and rent money has boiled over into a lawsuit, two restraining orders, a terminated lease and a food truck.
My San Antonio | October 20, 2017
Police find man shot multiple times lying in East Side street | My San Antonio Police find man shot multiple times lying in East Side street
After hearing several shots ring out late Thursday night, police found a man with several gunshot wounds lying in an East Side street.
My San Antonio | October 20, 2017
Human-trafficking sting nets arrests in Montgomery County | My San Antonio Human-trafficking sting nets arrests in Montgomery County
More than a dozen people were arrested in Montgomery County as local law enforcement participated in a nationwide human-trafficking sting. The sting, dubbed Operation Cross Country XI Oct. 12-15 in major cities and regions throughout the country, included the Houston area. Nationwide, 84 children were recovered from human trafficking, including one from the Houston area. This is the first time la
My San Antonio | October 20, 2017
Blood and beauty on a Texas exotic-game ranch | My San Antonio Blood and beauty on a Texas exotic-game ranch
The Ox Ranch provides a glimpse into the future of the mythic Texas range — equal parts exotic game-hunting retreat, upscale outdoor adventure, and breeding and killing ground for exotic species.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Decision to relocate H-E-B tree-lighting tradition upsets many in S.A. | My San Antonio Decision to relocate H-E-B tree-lighting tradition upsets many in S.A.
For more than three decades, San Antonio families have gathered the day after Thanksgiving to watch Alamo Plaza come aglow with twinkling lights and a towering tree to kick off the holiday season.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
SAPD looking for tagger caught on camera in Deco District | My San Antonio SAPD looking for tagger caught on camera in Deco District
A San Antonio business owner appealed to the public for help after someone recently vandalized businesses in the Deco District.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Records: S.A. teacher behaved inappropriately with 4 students before online solicitation arrest | My San Antonio Records: S.A. teacher behaved inappropriately with 4 students before online solicitation arrest
Long before a former San Antonio teacher was accused of soliciting sex online from a minor, Daniel Marcus Valdez had a history of engaging in inappropriate behavior with underage students, according to records obtained by mySA.com.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Rev. Archield of Friendship Baptist Church championed civil rights | My San Antonio Rev. Archield of Friendship Baptist Church championed civil rights
Archield used the Scripture to fight injustice.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Texas State student driving 110 mph crashed and left grandmother to die, police say | My San Antonio Texas State student driving 110 mph crashed and left grandmother to die, police say
The hit-and-run driver who police say severed the spine of a 50-year-old grandmother after crashing into her truck, leading to her death, has been arrested.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Elementary school changing its name from Jefferson Davis to Barack Obama | My San Antonio Elementary school changing its name from Jefferson Davis to Barack Obama
A Mississippi elementary school''s board of trustees voted to change its name from Jefferson Davis to Barack Obama following dozens of other cities around the U.S. that have removed monuments and references to Confederate leaders. 
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
DPS troopers open fire on chase suspect, causing him to wreck out on U.S. 281 | My San Antonio DPS troopers open fire on chase suspect, causing him to wreck out on U.S. 281
Texas Department of Public Safety troopers shot at a driver in an effort to end a pursuit that began in Atascosa County late Wednesday.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
FEMA extends Texas aid deadline, requests workers | My San Antonio FEMA extends Texas aid deadline, requests workers
Hurricane Harvey survivors now have until Nov. 24 to register for federal aid, and the Federal Emergency Management Agency has scheduled a job fair in Austin next week.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Council approves Credit Human incentives | My San Antonio Council approves Credit Human incentives
There was little controversy left surrounding the city’s incentives proposal once the issue came to the council for approval.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
SAPD: Convicted sex offender arrested for burglary after leaving blood at crime scene | My San Antonio SAPD: Convicted sex offender arrested for burglary after leaving blood at crime scene
A man's previous conviction for sexually assaulting a child came back to haunt him after his DNA was found at the crime scene of a burglary, according to San Antonio police.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
4 Devine HS students accused of using meth on campus, during school events | My San Antonio 4 Devine HS students accused of using meth on campus, during school events
Four Devine High School students accused of using methamphetamine on campus agreed to a pre-trial diversion probation that is designed to both punish and rehabilitate them.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
SAPD: Woman airlifted to hospital after wrong-way crash on Loop 1604 | My San Antonio SAPD: Woman airlifted to hospital after wrong-way crash on Loop 1604
A 20-year-old woman was airlifted to University Hospital in critical condition early Thursday after a wrong way crash on Loop 1604 on the far North Side.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
These elementary students won their category for interactive 'Si Se Puede' chalk mural | My San Antonio These elementary students won their category for interactive 'Si Se Puede' chalk mural
San Antonio elementary students used artwork this month to say "si se puede" and their efforts paid off.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
San Antonio man in massive child-porn investigation gets 25 years | My San Antonio San Antonio man in massive child-porn investigation gets 25 years
Cody Alexander Stoops, 24, ran several groups that traded and shared violent and “extreme” child pornography on the Kik social media app.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Search warrants provide new details on the night Seguin teen allegedly killed Texas Tech officer | My San Antonio Search warrants provide new details on the night Seguin teen allegedly killed Texas Tech officer
Search warrants recently filed by Lubbock police revealed new details about the moments leading up to a Seguin teenager's alleged fatal shooting of a Texas Tech University police officer.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Texas homecoming king trolls bullies by wearing their '#NotMyKing' T-shirts with crown | My San Antonio Texas homecoming king trolls bullies by wearing their '#NotMyKing' T-shirts with crown
A Brazoswood High School homecoming king's crown was allegedly discounted by some fellow students by creating t-shirts that read "#NotMyKing."
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Killeen substitute teacher accused of duct-taping mouths of 10 fifth-graders | My San Antonio Killeen substitute teacher accused of duct-taping mouths of 10 fifth-graders
A substitute teacher in Killeen was removed from an elementary school after officials said they duct-taped the mouths of 10 fifth graders Thursday, according to a news release.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Woman allegedly robbed by man she shared a San Antonio motel room with | My San Antonio Woman allegedly robbed by man she shared a San Antonio motel room with
A San Antonio man was arrested by police a day after he allegedly robbed a woman he was sharing a motel room with, according to police.
My San Antonio | October 19, 2017
Parents face increasing difficulties protecting kids from online perils | My San Antonio Parents face increasing difficulties protecting kids from online perils
After weeks of concern over her daughter's social media use, Kim Faulkner sat down with the 11-year-old last week to explain what had happened just 30 miles away: 14-year-old Tristan Dilley was found dead in her Buna home. Faulkner, who lives in Orange County, said Dilley's death escalated a conversation she already was having with her daughter Presley about how much time she was spending in a vi
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Kerrville man suspect in autistic nephew’s drowning | My San Antonio Kerrville man suspect in autistic nephew’s drowning
The 19-year-old was caring for the boy who was reported Monday in Washington state.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
22-year-old arrested in 2016 'Freddy Krueger' mass shooting at S.A. Halloween party | My San Antonio 22-year-old arrested in 2016 'Freddy Krueger' mass shooting at S.A. Halloween party
A 22-year-old man was arrested Thursday in connection with a mass shooting at a 2016 Halloween party on the West Side.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Bexar County deputies reportedly find stolen law enforcement equipment in pickup truck after chase | My San Antonio Bexar County deputies reportedly find stolen law enforcement equipment in pickup truck after chase
A man with a long criminal history in a truck containing stolen law enforcement equipment led Bexar County deputies on a chase Wednesday morning, officials said.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
SAPD: 20-year-old man shot during confrontation with suspected car burglars | My San Antonio SAPD: 20-year-old man shot during confrontation with suspected car burglars
A 20-year-old man was shot Wednesday morning after he confronted two suspects he thought were trying to break into cars in the area.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Average SAWS bill could go up by more than $6 by 2019 | My San Antonio Average SAWS bill could go up by more than $6 by 2019
Proposed SAWS increases draw fire from two on San Antonio City Council.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Veterans, others escort U.S. flag on San Antonio leg of its cross-country relay | My San Antonio Veterans, others escort U.S. flag on San Antonio leg of its cross-country relay
The theme of this year’s Old Glory Relay, organized by Team Red, White & Blue, is promoting unity in a time of divisiveness.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Augustheart to offer free heart screenings for teens | My San Antonio Augustheart to offer free heart screenings for teens
The 20-minute screenings can catch potentially fatal heart abnormalities.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
South Padre Island officials spend $400k to remind people the city wasn't hit by Harvey | My San Antonio South Padre Island officials spend $400k to remind people the city wasn't hit by Harvey
South Padre Island city officials approved $400,000 for extra marketing efforts this month, after the tourism bureau there said the town was suffering from a false idea it was hit by Hurricane Harvey in August.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Rodriguez fulfilled dream of teaching | My San Antonio Rodriguez fulfilled dream of teaching
Irma M. Rodriguez, who rose from poverty to graduate from college and become a teacher, working in the Edgewood School District for 30 years, died Oct. 6 at 79.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
SAPD: Man uses own Lyft account to request ride, robs driver at gunpoint, is arrested | My San Antonio SAPD: Man uses own Lyft account to request ride, robs driver at gunpoint, is arrested
A San Antonio man who allegedly robbed a Lyft driver after requesting a ride was arrested Tuesday by police.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Alice Walton, a Trinity grad, still the richest woman in America | My San Antonio Alice Walton, a Trinity grad, still the richest woman in America
Before Alice Walton was the country's richest woman, she was a business administration student in San Antonio.
My San Antonio | October 18, 2017
Column: Frontier Bowl tickets on sale soon | My San Antonio Column: Frontier Bowl tickets on sale soon
The 54th annual Frontier Bowl is Nov. 10, and the district’s 2017 Hall of Fame inductees will be honored in a pre-game ceremony.
My San Antonio | October 17, 2017
Column: Explore history, culture of city | My San Antonio Column: Explore history, culture of city
At Texas A&M-San Antonio’s Presidio Gallery downtown, you can explore the many cultures that make up our city’s common heritage. Its grand opening is on Oct. 27.
My San Antonio | October 17, 2017
Community calendar - Southside Reporter | My San Antonio Community calendar - Southside Reporter
A look at upcoming events and activities on the South, West and East sides of San Antonio for the week of Oct. 18.
My San Antonio | October 17, 2017
Community briefs - Southside Reporter | My San Antonio Community briefs - Southside Reporter
Events and news of interest on the East Side, West Side and South Side.
My San Antonio | October 17, 2017