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My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
Three frontage lanes will take on main traffic and drop it from 65 to 45 mph for months, on a one-mile stretch of highway north of Loop 1604 starting Tuesday.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
A rollover near Interstate 10 and South Presa street has temporarily shut down both the Interstate 37 northbound and southbound exits onto I-10.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
San Antonio cat General Tzo is popular with owner's Airbnb guests. Many of them play with him during their stays with his owner Max Woodward. Others complimented him personally in positive reviews. Most recently, one of them took him.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — An early season winter storm has dumped up to 7 inches of snow in the Texas Panhandle and lesser amounts in the western half of Oklahoma as it moves toward Arkansas. Meteorologist John Cockrell with the National Weather Service in Amarillo said Monday that the heaviest snowfal...
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
A San Antonio mother allegedly caught a man trying to solicit sex from her 11-year-old daughter through Instagram, according to police.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
H-E-B 's "Christmas gift" to the city, a towering tree for Travis Park, will arrive in San Antonio a little later than originally planned due to weather.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
The first freeze of the season in San Antonio is nearly here, according to the National Weather Service.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
The 100th anniversary of the armistice that ended World War I drew several hundred people to Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery.
My San Antonio | November 12, 2018
The University of Texas at San Antonio issued a statement Monday regarding a video circulating Twitter showing a student being escorted out of a lecture hall by campus police.
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
The San Antonio Fire Department is sending eight firefighters from its wildland team to Southern California, where wildfires continued to rage Sunday.
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
NEW YORK (AP) — Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry has been hospitalized with breathing problems that began after a guest performance with Billy Joel in New York. Perry's publicists said in a statement Sunday that the musician is alert and responsive in the hospital and is expected to return to the roa...
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
David Burkett, 84, was a lifelong teacher — at Trinity University and San Antonio College, where he taught communications; with the U.S. Air Force, where he taught management classes, and at Christ Lutheran Church, where he taught the lectors to speak with poise and presence.
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
Three teens were arrested Saturday night after a string of armed robberies in the city, including one in which a Dollar General clerk was shot, police said.
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
Hundreds gathered Sunday to play in the snow, take a photo with Santa and pet his two reindeer. The event was part of the 50th anniversary of the Elf Louise Christmas Project.
My San Antonio | November 11, 2018
The National Weather Service expects the first freeze of the season to hit the region this week, with rain and wind chill temperatures in the 20s and 30s.
My San Antonio | November 10, 2018
Mission San Juan will sponsor the 5th Annual Farm Day at the historical park with free activities that include yoga, free tree adoptions and exploration of San Antonio food culture.
My San Antonio | November 10, 2018
Come Jan. 1, Democrats will hold majorities on appeals courts based in Dallas, Houston, Austin and San Antonio. The party swept all but one contested appeals court race in Texas last Tuesday
My San Antonio | November 10, 2018
Clarisa Peña, owner of Flip Side Record Parlor, is fighting cancer for the second time, putting the decades-old store’s future in jeopardy.
My San Antonio | November 10, 2018
Cruz Ortiz is alleging copyright infringement and breach of contract connected to design work for the 2018 Texas Democratic Convention.
My San Antonio | November 10, 2018
The 17-year-old was transported to the Comal County Jail with a bond set at $10,000.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Fort Sam Houston is on its second lockdown Friday morning, according to Fort Sam Houston Independent School District.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
More than 20 streets in San Antonio and almost 30 in Bexar County were closed Friday as rain showers passed through the area.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Jurors took about a day and a half to find Lubbock businessman Vernon “Trey” Farthing III, 45, not guilty of conspiracy to commit bribery and conspiracy to commit money laundering in a case involving former state Sen. Carlos Uresti.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Marzelina Torres, 62, was pronounced dead after she was rushed to a hospital, deputies said.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Once authorities obtained a search warrant for a San Antonio man's devices, "he knew he was in trouble," according to the Texas Department of Public Safety.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Jack Young, who was high on pills and marijuana, killed 13 elderly passengers who were returning from a retreat in March 2017
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
While a 50-foot Blue Spruce Christmas tree makes its way from Northern Michigan to San Antonio's Travis Park, a group of residents is mobilizing to set up 300 tiny trees in Alamo Plaza for the sake of tradition.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
A man was shot in the head early Friday while driving home from a Northwest Side strip club, where he had gotten into an altercation, police said.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
The Karnes County Sheriff's Office arrested a suspect serial arsonist who may be responsible for up to 58 fires in five counties, according to a news release.
My San Antonio | November 09, 2018
Fort Sam Houston lifted its second lockdown Friday morning after a security breach was reported on the base.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
San Antonio police need the public's help identifying a suspect who allegedly took photos of women as they changed in an Academy store dressing room.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
A man was hospitalized early Thursday after he was shot in his leg on the West Side, police said.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
A first-grade teacher in Kerr County was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly admitted to sexually touching as many as two of his students.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — A former Oklahoma zookeeper and candidate for governor already accused in a murder-for-hire plot has been indicted on 19 new counts accusing him of killing tigers and selling tiger cubs. A federal grand jury unsealed the charges Wednesday against 55-year-old Joseph Maldonado-P...
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
A former San Antonio police officer who was fired after he was accused of providing a feces sandwich to a homeless man said his actions were misconstrued and not intended to harm.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
New Braunfels police are looking for a man who allegedly exposed himself to students who were on their way to school Thursday morning.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
A San Antonio woman who was caring for a 2-year-old boy was arrested by police roughly three months after the boy was found dead in her home.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz drove up big victories in the Panhandle, East Texas and Houston suburbs to counter Beto O’Rourke in cities, along I-35 and the border
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
Lubbock businessman Vernon “Trey” Farthing III is accused of paying bribes to a West Texas county judge through ex-lawmaker Carlos Uresti.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
The San Antonio Independent School District is pursuing demolition of the century-old school.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
A court order for Gary Cain’s arrest apparently was filed under seal last week. His attorney wants the order unsealed.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
The 176 cats and dogs that were seized from a home in Buda earlier this month were cruelly treated, a judge ruled Thursday morning.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
San Antonio police arrested a woman who allegedly wrote fraudulent prescriptions to nonexistent patients.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
Along with battling the easy access to streaming music that's affecting sales, Flip Side Record Parlor's owner is fighting cancer, again.
My San Antonio | November 08, 2018
The ACS Pet Pantry program helps those in need, often older San Antonians, with dog and cat food as well as litter and newspapers but it’s run out of litter and has only a few bags of food left.
My San Antonio | November 07, 2018
Police fatally shot a suspect who opened fire on them early Wednesday in downtown San Antonio.
My San Antonio | November 07, 2018
A family dispute may have precipitated an apparent murder-suicide at a West Side home Tuesday that left three teenagers dead and one woman in critical condition, according to San Antonio police.
My San Antonio | November 07, 2018
The race in Congressional District 23 came down to the last precinct — and election workers there misreported their vote tally, officials said. That error gave Democratic challenger Gina Ortiz Jones a 282-vote lead around 2:30 a.m. — causing the Associated Press to rescind its ...
My San Antonio | November 07, 2018
Jack Young, who has pleaded no contest to causing the March 2017 crash that killed 13 people, faces up to life in prison.
My San Antonio | November 07, 2018
Such a program allows individuals suspected of certain low-level misdemeanors — such as possession of small amounts of pot — to avoid an arrest on their record.