Dela Tuleta Wright White, founder of Sunshine Cottage School for Deaf Children, has died at age 94.
Precinct 3 Commissioner Kevin Wolff will have competition in the March GOP primary.
The councilman wants to move city elections to coincide with the federal cycle so that more residents participate.
Police say a driver lost control of his car and went airborne Sunday night on the West Side.
Police the drivers of the vehicles had only minor injuries and are still investigating the cause of the accident.
Phillip Andrew Cerbantez, 22, faces a charge of sexual assault after a woman told police he raped her while visiting him after having met on Facebook.
The San Antonio Police Department released images of the suspect that were captured on surveillance footage during the robbery at about 11 p.m. in the 6400 block of Wurzbach Road.
Silicon Valley may have spawned the social media sensation YouTube, but it took some geeks at Rackspace to keep the video sharing site from crashing just as it was catching on.
Edward P. Flores, who retired from the San Antonio Police Department with 37 years of service, died Sept. 30 at 78.
The meeting had to be cancelled for lack of a quorum.
Thanks to the 2013 budget sequester, the military hasn’t had an air show in San Antonio since 2011. That’s about to change.
South Texas police arrested 13 men and three women during a two-day prostitution sting last week.
A road rage incident on the North Side Monday morning ended when onlookers caught a suspect who used his vehicle to slam another into a house.
College dropouts and students who borrowed to attend for-profit colleges are at risk of default. Many Generation X parents — ages 35 to 50 — are still repaying their debt even as their children prepare to enter college and begin a second generation of family debt.
The man suffered a broken femur after he was hit by traffic.
DALLAS (AP) — A man has been arrested in the murder-for-hire shooting death of a pediatric dentist and an arrest warrant has been issued for a woman suspected of hiring him, police said Friday.
According to city history officials, there are more than 2,100 archaeological sites recorded within San Antonio and throughout Bexar County.
On Wednesday, state officials say, the remaining 177 deer at a Medina County breeding ranch — which had numbered 238 when the state response to chronic wasting disease began, the owner said — were put down.
In filling their own hungers by eating at Whataburger last week, San Antonians were able to raise money to provide 350,000 meals.
The Blanco State Park will receive a $25,000 grant from Budweiser after winning first place in a contest naming the best state parks in Texas.
The General Land Office is buying three major historic buildings on Alamo Plaza, possibly clearing the way for major improvement to the area across from the Alamo.
Up to 3 inches of rain could fall in San Antonio late in the week.
A 65-year-old Odessa man who once worked as a missionary in Malawi told federal investigators in September that he sexually abused 11 orphans at an orphanage in the early 2000s, according to federal documents.
Ten SAFD units responded to the fire, which consumed much of the second level of the home Birch shared with another person and a dog.
The Facebook post explained that the driver of the vehicle was trying to get close to the stairs to unload TV when they hit the gas instead of the break and rammed into the building and up the stairs.
Pedro Patlan, a Vietnam veteran who became a deacon in the Catholic Church in 2000, died Sept. 23. He was 64.
Eric Ortega, 35, faces a charge of capital murder with bail set at one million dollars, according to Bexar County Central Records.
The grant came from the U.S. Department of Education’s program for Hispanic-serving institutions.
The story of a young local barber, who became known for donating his free time and talent to provide haircuts for the homeless, could have ended tragically early Wednesday when he was involved in an accident on the city's far Westside.
A Union Pacific project that would temporarily close down the legendary "Ghost Tracks" at Shane and Villamain Roads on the city's Southside has been postponed.