According to news reports on social media, Mayor Ivy Taylor has been involved in a car wreck near downtown.
About a dozen activists worked phones calling on Texas’s leaders to abandon their lawsuit challenging President Obama’s immigration policies.
A large explosion occurred Friday afternoon at an oil facility north of Karnes City that sent flames more than a hundred feet into the air, the Karnes County Sheriff’s Office confirmed.
San Antonians who were in a love-struck furor over Hollywood heartthrob Ryan Gosling possibly being in town should brace themselves for a letdown.
A San Antonio strip club was sued Friday by an entertainer who claims it shorted her on wages.
Backed by the oil and gas indusrty, state House lawmakers have stripped local governments of the ability to impose bans on fracking with a bill that was overwhelmingly approved Friday.
In response to Joan Cheever's recent citation from San Antonio police officers for feeding the homeless, Councilman Ron Nirenberg has called for a briefing on the city's approach to homelessness.
Two years ago Friday, a fertilizer plant in the Central Texas town of West exploded, killing 15 people, injuring more than 200 and damaging more than 150 buildings.
Police said a man was either hit by a car or beaten and dumped on the West Side Thursday night.
More than 7,000 violent fugitives arrested during nationwide roundup.
Hortense Mota Gallardo died April 14 at 94.
Feds charge pair on day taxes are due.
A new quiet zone, years in the making, officially started this week, meaning Union Pacific trains that rumble through the area can only blow their horns in case of emergencies.
U.S. officials are pushing back against a report claiming that fighters for the Islamic State have set up shop just across the U.S.-Mexico border from El Paso.
"The only good feral tomcat is one with an arrow through it's [sic] head!" Kristen Lindsey, a veterinarian for Washington Animal Clinic in Brenham, wrote on her Facebook profile.
Two teenagers are facing 10 charges of hunting violations after illegally killing a deer and posting it on Instagram. They were charged with 10 Class C misdemeanor hunting violations since it is illegal to hunt on public land.
The Rancho de las Cabras in Floresville's may be the newest addition to the collection of World Heritage Sites here in San Antonio.
Bexar County could see hail and damaging winds as a round of severe thunderstorms pushes through the area Friday afternoon.
Have you ever wondered how your fine would be if you were caught going around 140 mph on Texas roadways? Well we've tracked down some of the fastest speeding tickets issued by Texas Department of Public Safety troopers last year for the entire state.
A statue of Confederate President Jefferson Davis on the University of Texas campus that student leaders voted last month was vandalized overnight.
Only one lane on Loop 410, eastbound, was open, causing traffic to pile up.
Gov. Greg Abbott took the opportunity to tout the Texas Legislature’s commitment to business and industry through planned tax cuts and road improvements while touring the Amazon Schertz Fulfillment Center on Friday.
Harvey Marmon, who founded Marmon Mok Architecture, died April 12 at the age of 89.
A Lubbock city councilman blasted a Republican state senator as a "bigot and a racist" for authoring a bill that critics fear would lead to racial profiling.
A member of a white supremacist gang has been sentenced to 50 years in prison for fatally stabbing his wife during an argument at an Amarillo bar.
Police arrested a man Friday morning who is suspected of burglarizing a home on the East Side.
Seguin High School is on lockdown after a student shot himself Friday morning.
A federal appeals court panel will hear arguments this morning about whether it should reverse an earlier order by a federal judge in South Texas that temporarily halted President Barack Obama's immigration policies on the eve of implementation in February.
Eight San Antonio police officers have been named in a lawsuit filed by the estate of a man who died while in police custody.
The time has come once again for folks in San Antonio to share their stories for a chance at a spot in a Whataburger TV commercial.