Joseph Pena, who has served 19 years and two months of a life sentence for murder, won an appeal and will be released soon.
More than 500 people gathered in subfreezing temperatures to remember the Alamo early Friday with a solemn, 45-minute ceremony on the 179th anniversary of the battle that left an indelible imprint on American history and became the subject of songs, books and movies.
A Colorado-based satellite company is now selling super high-resolution photos taken from orbit of sites all over the globe.
About 600 students were evacuated from Leon Valley Elementary School Friday morning after smoke becan accumulating in the school cafeteria.
Informant’s death factored in prosecutors dropping 10 counts against McGinty.
Drivers traveling on Interstate 10 this weekend should expect delays in the Ralph Fair Road area, according to the Texas Department of Transportation.
Nine of the 14 candidates agreed to participate in a student-led forum at Northwest Vista College.
A Laredo lawmaker has filed legislation that if passed would allow patrons of bars and businesses with proper licenses to grab a beer from a automatic despensing machine like a soft drink.
It happens every morning. You're driving on one of San Antonio's many freeways, on your way to work, and you cringe. You're about to pass "that" on-ramp or off-ramp.
Newly elected state Sen. José Menéndez, with wife Cehlia Newman-Menendez, enters the Senate on Wednesday. The Democrat took the oath of office and urged his new colleagues to chart a bipartisan course regardless of what “political price may come.” Elected to the Texas House in 2001, Menéndez served in the lower chamber until he trounced fellow San Antonio Democrat state Rep.
NASA Spacecraft Dawn is dwarf planet Ceres' first visitor. The spacecraft will explore the mysterious Ceres, which is as big as Texas, until mid-2016.
An Austin man previously convicted of stalking Marissa Mayer, president and CEO of Yahoo, is in jail again for allegedly sending the executive several unsolicited sexual emails.
The Texas Department of Public Safety will be increasing patrols starting Saturday until March 22 as part of its DWI enforcement routine for the Spring Break holidays.
More than 500 people gathered in subfreezing temperatures to remember the Alamo early Friday with a solemn, 45-minute ceremony on the 179th anniversary of the early morning battle that left an indelible imprint on American history and became the subject of songs, books and movies.
MEXICO CITY (AP) — Security officials in the northeast Mexico state of Tamaulipas say they have killed four gunmen in a town near the U.S. border. The Tamaulipas Coordination Group says in a statement Thursday that a military patrol in Ciudad Mier came under attack early Tuesday from a four-vehicle convoy.
David Davalos, 24, faces a charge of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon.
Anthony Sosa left his home around 7:30 a.m., according to authorities.
A judge this week released the second person arrested on a murder charge over the punching death of Logan Davidson at Canyon High School in 2013.
Jailed since January in lieu of a $50,000 bail, Enrique R.
Minnie Jaye Davis Sherrer died Feb. 22 at 87.
Judson Independent School District trustees hired Carl Montoya as the district’s new superintendent Tuesday in a special meeting.
Montoya will make a $213,000 annual salary, including travel and other reimbursements, Linscomb said.
At least two people are suspected of damaging an East Side mansion and stealing thousands of dollars worth of property.
The Magik Performing Arts Center is having its grand opening on the North Side on Monday, just in time to present some fun performing arts camps during Spring Break.
The USS Ranger, an aircraft carrier used extensively during the Vietnam War, will be towed roughly 16,000 miles to be scrapped in a Brownsville ship-breaking yard.
The Department of Public Safety issued 5,714 tickets for motorists traveling at a rate of 100 mph or faster on Texas roadways last year, according to records obtained by the San Antonio Express-News.
Harding “Cotton” Schorp was a South Texas original, an old-time cowboy who rode into his 80s, hunted deer with his grandson into his 90s and was never caught short for a joke or an amusing tale.
Alamo artist Mark Lemon unveiled his mural-size painting, “The Storming of the Alamo, March 6, 1836,” at the Alamo Beer Co. on Thursday, revealing what he said is the world’s largest painting that shows the entire battle in painstaking detail.
Three students received minor injuries after being shot with a BB gun at Judson High School.
The year-long drama over the fate of ride-hailing companies Lyft and Uber in San Antonio could be settled Thursday.
The Arctic air-powered cold front is expected to bring “freezing rain and sleet.”