An 18-wheeler burst into flames on Interstate 35 in San Marcos Tuesday afternoon, bringing northbound traffic to a stand still.
While you consider what organizations you are going to give to this year, take a look at how your San Antonio neighborhood has given in years past.
A federal judge allowed their wrongful death suit to be heard in state district court.
Police: cutting victim tried to board VIA bus.
Southwest ISD breaks ground on second high school, new middle school
Eagle Scout Robert Mancha served as master of ceremonies at the ground breaking of the Mays Family Scout Ranch on the South Side.
Mother of former mayor died Saturday at 90
A story in Monday’s editions mistakenly reported the amount raised for the care of Hank, a service dog for veteran William Cole that was hit by a car. A previous fundraiser raised $5,020 toward the hospital bill of more than $11,000.
Officials with Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston have detained a "local" college student following a lockdown at Fort Sam Houston on Sunday.
A San Antonio man shot himself in the head early Monday morning after crashing his Toyota SUV into another car stopped at a red light on the North Side.
San Antonio pastor John Hagee is under fire after telling a major Jewish organization Sunday night that he believes President Barack Obama is anti-Semitic.
A man made off with cash and cigarettes during Northwest Side robbery Sunday morning.
A North Texas teacher could face up to 40 years in prison if convicted on charges that he had sex with a 16-year-old female student, who he offered good grades in exchange for keeping the contact secret from his wife.
Mexican citizens who qualify for relief from deportation can get a consulate identification card at the consulate in San Antonio.
A woman in her mid-30s was hit by a pickup truck Monday evening and was pronounced dead shortly after at a local hospital, police said.
After serving in Vietnam, his passion for writing led him to a career in journalism
The southbound lanes between Bitters Road and Nakoma Drive will be closed for construction work.
A New Braunfels man has been arrested for allegedly touching a juvenile female inappropriately over a two year period.
A broken water main near the San Antonio Zoo flooded a road running in front of the park on Monday, marooning would-be zoogoers coming from N. St. Mary's St.
A 10-year-old child sustained life-threatening injuries Monday morning after being ejected from a vehicle during a fatal crash on the Southeast Side.
Counties in South Texas and East Texas are some of the hardest places to live in the U.S. according to an analysis by The Upshot, a New York Times blog.
Actresses Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston threw f-bombs and sexual expletives on last night's Jimmy Kimmel Live -- in a friendly competition, of course.
What do you get the ultimate Spurs fan for Christmas? Courtside tickets and a chance to play basketball with Spurs guard Danny Green. The website Charity Buzz is giving fans the chance to do just that with two auctions benefiting charity.
Volunteers slog through rain and cold to build new playground, facilities for Stewart Elementary School
Area Chick-fil-A restaurants are offering a gift card for either a grilled chicken sandwich or eight nuggets to those who donate a new or gently used coat Dec. 1-6 at participating locations during its Cows for Coats campaign.
The Clemens Buffaloes boys basketball team improved to 2-0 after rolling over the Madison Mavericks, 84-59, on Nov. 21, at Clemens’ Beard Gym.
The Pentagon has ordered some military medical training programs to use mannequins rather than animals, but “live-tissue” training still continues. In one San Antonio training program, combat medics operate on anesthetized goats.
The first-ever known footage of a creepy, strange looking fish was captured off the California coast last week.
Fatal crash data provided by the Texas Department of Transportation show some year-to-year trends with San Antonio-area roads. The data covers January 2013 through October 2014 and 338 total fatalities.
At 92, she was still actively playing the organ at the Little Church at La Villita, leading Bible studies, exercising three times a week and playing games