The City Council's Public Safety Committee approved a proposal to ban the use of handheld devices while driving. The full council could act on the matter this month.
High school is a time when students exhibit great hometown pride and spirit, and the latest ranking from Newsweek is giving plenty of Texas schools something to cheer about.
Man was one of three defendants who filed using Turbo Tax, but with others' identities.
Adam Eannarino allegedly told the girl that he would kill her family if ever let out of prison.
The third annual Bacon Bash Texas promises bacon, beer and bands come Oct. 18 in Cranfills Gap, about an hour west of Waco.
A North Texas receptionist at a dentist's office is seeking $1 million in damages for repeated alleged sexual assaults by her employer.
It certainly doesn't feel like October.
Edison High School senior Angelo Leyvani represented The First Tee of Greater San Antonio, a local public golf course, at a tournament at Pebble Beach Resort in California last weekend.
Taste of the Heights patrons enjoy of variety of food, music
The accident occurred at Interstate 10 and W.W. White Road.
Police Chief William McManus plans to return to council in December with more information on a body-camera pilot program that the Police Department recently completed.
Taylor steps into literacy effort with the Mayor's Book Club
Bidding in a San Antonio Spurs auction for a luxury trip on the team's charter jet to an away game ends Thursday.
Willard Newman, 55, was found in the apartment where the fire is believed to have started.
The Alamo City is home to many odd street names, but perhaps one of the oddest is Can't Stop Street on the city's East Side.
Volunteer Jean Sherrill manages the World Mosaic Market that sells items made by local refugees and impoverished people from around the world.
The new document features pay adjustments for city employees, and key capital improvement allocations.
Following a tough loss the previous week, Alamo Heights football throttles Lockhart.
Ernest Garcia was shot multiple times at died at the Northeast Side apartment.
They made the announcement at a press conference Wednesday.
A report commissioned by the South by Southwest festival said the annual event in Austin has grown so large that it may have to consider other cities. But the festival's co-founder also noted that he "can't really imagine that happening."
Eduardo 'Tre' Spragg was shot twice last week but is expected to survive. No arrests have been made.
There's an $8,000 reward for information about Robert Chrismon, 51.
A program that pays farmers not to irrigate with Edwards Aquifer water will take effect for the first time in 2015.
A man sitting in a car sustained a life-threatening wound to his chest.
Annual NNO activities encourage residents to have block parties and meet local law enforcement in a unified show of force against crime.
Business developments in the Alamo Heights area.
A discovery of asbestos has pushed back a planned razing of vacant structures on a property once eyed for a controversial apartment building.