James Hams, 59, was found face down Oct. 17 at the Hilton Palacio del Rio hotel.
Zepeda was convicted of raping the girl over a five-year period.
SAN ANTONIO — Police are searching the University of Texas Health Science Center's dental school after a bomb threat was written in lipstick Friday afternoon on the mirror of a bathroom there.
PETA, or People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, has asked Texas A&M University-College Station to stop using live elephants during the traditional Elephant Walk. PETA claims the tradition is "archaic" and supports "industry of cruelty and abuse."
One team leader says he doesn't think it is inevitable his group will be pressed into action, but said it will be ready.
Known for its strange sightings and events, the border city of Presidio will host two festivals starting tonight. The free UFO Border Zone and Dude of the Dead festivals will continue throughout the weekend.
In March, Sen. Carlos Uresti, D-San Antonio, requested an Office of Inspector General investigation of Child Protective Services actions in the case of 8-year-old Sarah Brasse, who died in 2009 of untreated appendicitis.
She leaves behind the enduring image of a saintly woman who was friend and comforter to all who knew her.
The city will have two transport units equipped to handle the deadly disease should someone contract it here.
Public expresses concern for two dogs injured in an encounter with a porcupine on the South Side.
William C. Robinson, 63, was sentenced to 10 years in a Colorado prison for multiple charges that occured in that state, but he is also linked to stealing jewelry from the Texas home of a Spurs coach.
Texas A&M University came out ahead of the University of Texas at Austin in enrollment, according to preliminary fall 2014 figures released by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
A Corpus Christi company may launch a casino cruise that will ship customers into international waters to get their gambling on come January.
Christopher Jay Davis, 24, turned himself in after confessing to his employer, an arrest affidavit said.
A senior adviser to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, deleted a "bad joke" from Twitter on Thursday night that tried to blame Obamacare for the recent Ebola outbreak in the United States.
A Lubbock hospital kicked a woman out of their waiting room after she decided to breastfeed her 4-month-old child.
A woman was hospitalized Friday morning after being shot by her boyfriend on the West Side.
The last 24 hours have been wild in the Alamo City. From a school board candidate being arrested to a five-month-old boy being found dead by a baby sitter in the Stone Oak area.
In 2006, Palo Alto College promised scholarships to a class upon high school graduation
At a luncheon benefiting cancer research, national authors charm a big crowd.
Gunfire exchange leaves 19-year-old wounded.
A new book published by the University of Texas Press shows more than 200 images shot over 12 years from the production of Texas director Richard Linklater's critically-acclaimed movie, "Boyhood."
Have you seen these people around town? There are 17 people on the list of October's most wanted and they are accused of crimes ranging from murder to aggravated sexual assault of a child.
The tower will close Monday for electrical repairs, and reopen on Thursday
On Friday, state Sen. Carlos Uresti said he was disappointed with a state report that absolves top managers in the case of Sarah Brasse, who died five years ago from untreated appendicitis.
Honorees were three-term Houston Mayor Annise Parker, civil rights advocate Dolores Huerta, and state Sen. Leticia Van de Putte of San Antonio, her party's candidate for lieutenant governor opposing Republican Dan Patrick.
Samuel E. Baker allegedly wrote in a journal that he wanted to 'to take a few of those bastards with me.'
The Army said a 30-member infectious disease medical support group is expected to meet with the media Friday.
San Antonio is the sixth-most affordable large city in the United States, according to a new list.