Myrtie Constance Fitzpatrick, whose career in education spanned more than 40 years, died Nov. 20 at 80.
The FBI is currently investigating an unspecified number of cases in the San Antonio area with ties to the Islamic State, the extremist group that took credit for carrying out the deadly attacks in Paris on Nov.
One of SA’s best-known names in real estate said she believes giving is part of business and family life.
A Texas mother admitted to supplying beers and marijuana to about eight children during a sleepover in early November, according to a police report obtained by mySA.com.
A presidential disaster declaration approved Wednesday for 15 Texas counties hit by severe weather last month means eligible property owners there can receive federal grants and low-interest loans to help fund their recovery.
Fire department crews pulled two small Chihuahuas out of a house after it erupted into flames Wednesday morning on the South Side.
Officers were called out to the 4600 block of Argonne Drive just before 3 a.m. after receiving reports of the shooting.
Monday is the last day to make the first half-payment for 2015 Bexar County property tax levies, with the remainder due in June, Bexar County Tax Assessor-Collector Albert Uresti said.
Councilman Ron Nirenberg convened a couple dozen immigrants and refugees Tuesday to ensure they know the city still welcomes them.
A San Antonio man is now a millionaire after hitting the jackpot on Monday at a slot machine in a Nevada Casino.
Week-long prostitution operations netted SAPD more than a dozen suspected johns.
The Cavender family, which owns Cavender Auto Group, has a long history of giving in the San Antonio community.
The Ancira family is looking for answers after 45 vehicles at their Leon Valley location were robbed of tires and left on blocks early Sunday morning.
While perusing pages of antique auctions on eBay, a University of Texas professor was surprised to spot a rare, ancient fragment of the Greek New Testament inconspicuously selling for only $99.
The impact is unclear for Abengoa Vista Ridge LLC, Abengoa's spinoff company involved in the 142-mile pipeline project to deliver 16.3 billion gallons per day to San Antonio from Burleson County starting in 2020.
Anfaney Harris, 21, faces charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and stalking with bail totaling more than $100,000.
The Centers for Disease Control is warning that the innocuous-sounding "kissing bug" — a beetle that often carries a deadly disease — has been reported in several new states.
From downtown spots to small convenience stores near high schools and middle schools, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission recently flagged about 20 retailers across the state in connection to violations involving minors.
SAWS workers found a crutch in a San Antonio sewer, raising more than a few totally valid questions.
Rained out in October, the Wimberley Alive Festival, which will benefit flood victims, is back on the calender.
In 1991, budget cuts had jeopardized San Antonio’s safety patrol program, which places adult volunteers near schools to supervise children crossing streets.
San Antonio billionaire B.J. “Red” McCombs seems awfully eager to give away the money he’s earned.
A man suspected of beating a pregnant dog to death in October was arrested Wednesday on felony animal cruelty charges.
Almost 4 million Texans are expected to travel more than 50 miles during the 2015 Thanksgiving holiday weekend, according to AAA Texas.
The heaviest rains are expected to fall on Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Victoria Alvarado, 22, faces multiple charges including resisting arrest after she allegedly bit a police officer attempting arrest her on a warrant Nov. 15 in the 200 block of West Hermosa.
William Bain Murray II, whose interest in numismatics prompted him to research and write about the origin and use currency, of died Nov. 16 at 96.
Accused stalker Gabriel “Gabe” Caggiano was kicked out of a treatment center after fondling himself in front of others and a 2-year-old, judge says.
Troopers with the Texas Department of Public Safety will be on the lookout for drunken drivers and other dangerous motorists during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.