Sheriff says it's been a rough week for the county.
Master Sgt. Michael Silva was convicted of twice raping a recruit in 1995 and later sexually assaulting his wife in 2007.
San Antonio Spurs star Tim Duncan has filed a lawsuit in Bexar County against a longtime "personal and financial adviser" in which he's seeking more than $1 million in damages.
Family keepsakes, jewelry and important documents were all scooped up today by residents who lived on the 10th floor of the Wedgwood Senior Living apartments in Castle Hills — the first time residents were allowed back in the complex since a fatal fire there Dec.
A Northeast Side shopping center was evacuated Friday morning after a suspicious suitcase was found unattended outside a U.S. Coast Guard recruiting office.
Another person also was assaulted.
A man was arrested Wednesday afternoon in Fayette County after police found just under 1,500 pounds of marijuana hidden in his toilet vacuum service truck tank.
More than a dozen people are displaced after a fire at a Northeast Side apartment complex destroyed several units on Thursday.
SAPD hopes "Coffee with the Cops" will bring police and the community together.
One lane of southbound Highway 281 was shut down at Hildebrand Avenue Friday afternoon after an 18-wheeler's trailer overturned and dumped a load of sand onto the road.
Jan Morgan, who declared her gun range in Hot Springs, Arkansas, a "Muslim-free zone," says business has "quadrupled" in the months since she instituted the ban.
Two security guards at a South Texas school district have been suspended without pay for allegedly sending inappropriate text messages to female students, more than a week after three other district employees were charged with sexual relations with female students.
Logan Anderson Swank, 20, is awaiting extradition to San Bernardino County.
According to the NWS, showers could start in San Antonio Friday night.
San Antonio police arrested an alleged serial safe burglar Thursday afternoon on the North Side.
In the oldest case of its kind, prosecutors tried Master Sgt. Michael Silva in three sexual assaults, two of them involving ex-wives. The third victim was a recruit in basic training.
The City Council approved a resolution calling for a May 9 election on extension of the city’s aquifer protection and linear creekways programs — without adding downtown-area projects.
A 29-year-old former assistant band director at a Central Texas high school was arrested Wednesday for allegedly having sexual relations with a female student.
Driver taken to University Hospital; three other passengers were uninjured.
Gov. Greg Abbott affirmed his support for allowing open carry of handguns Friday but also urged “civil discourse” on that issue and others following several hot-button incidents.
In an effort to raise money for repairs to The Alamo, Rep. Lyle Larson is proposing a bill for a specialty license plate that would have a photo of the historical site with the word "Remember" under it.
Former Gov. Rick Perry again Friday asked a state judge to toss out the indictment accusing him of abusing his authority.
Animal Care Services has cited and fined a man after his juvenile monkey bit a female employee of a North Side bank last week.
Julian F. Rodriguez, who died Tuesday at the age of 75, was the former executive director of the San Antonio Neighborhood Youth Organization.
Photographer recreates and photographs of 12 infamous death row inmates.
Construction of a new, amenity-packed Seguin H-E-B is set to slowly soon.
San Antonians looking to show off their unique performance skills lined up Thursday for auditions for the 10th season of NBC's "America's Got Talent" at the Henry B. Gonzales Convention Center in downtown.
Weeks after Bon Appetit magazine declared that kolaches will "triumph over cronuts" in 2015, U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, announced his love for the "tender, doughy pastries."