Events and news of interest to the East Side, West Side and South Side.
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The second suspected gunman in a months-old killing was arrested Monday morning while receiving a haircut at a West Side barbershop.
An 8,000-square-foot mansion in Central Texas was destroyed in a fire Sunday night.
Danny Richard Minor, 40, was sentenced Friday to life in prison without parole after being found guilty Thursday of impregnating his own daughter and sexually abusing several other children.
A former employee of the Rio Grande City-Camargo International Bridge faces second-degree felony charges for allegedly stealing from her one-time employer.
San Antonio police issued nearly 6,000 tickets for hands-free ordinance violations in the first five months of enforcement this year, and this is where police wrote the most tickets.
Attorney General Ken Paxton was indicted Tuesday on three charges, two television stations reported Saturday.
According to the American Housing Survey from the U.S. Census Bureau, these 25 cities had the worst reported instances of roach infestations during the past 12 months.
A sewer spill near the Riverside Golf Course left a “small amount” of effluent in the San Antonio River, but has not harmed local wildlife, according to SAWS.
The federal government says it doesn’t know how many families it released since last year’s border surge have shown up in immigration court.
Paxton isn't the only high-ranking Texas official to face criminal charges.
Two men and two women have been accused in the brutal beating of a then-14-year-old girl, eight months pregnant at the time, that caused the girl to give birth to a stillborn child.
Doctors said the 2-year-old suffered such severe head injuries that she would have remained in a vegetative state had she lived.
A San Antonio woman made a daring escape from kidnappers Sunday night.
Anime convention draws costumed fans aplenty.
Police investigators said the girl’s mother confessed to beating and throwing her child twice, and doctors said if the child lives, she’ll be left ‘in a vegetative state.’
A McAllen doctor’s assistant faces up to five years in prison for her role in soliciting kickbacks in exchange for patient referrals.
A long-simmering dispute over subpoenas issued by a state ethics agency in a pending dark money probe involving one of the state's most powerful conservative political figures is headed back to court.
Jeremy Laak does more by 9 a.m. than most people do all day. And on a good day, he’ll have 150 witnesses able to attest to his early-morning biddings.
Laak is the superintendent of course maintenance at Olympia Hills Golf Course in Universal City.
An alleged exorcism with an unlikely location had witnesses in shock as one woman caught two people on camera shouting "Satan I demand that you depart" during an exorcism at a Texas duck pond.
Santos Francisco Sanchez, 47, is wanted for parole violation and failure to register as a sex offender.
A 20-year-old man was found floating in a converse stock tank Sunday morning.
A gunman opened fire on two people leaving a bar Monday morning on the North Side, according to police.
Deputies are searching for a hit-and-run motorist who fatally wounded a 38-year-old woman on the far West Side of Bexar County early Sunday morning.
For all his personal accolades and accomplishments, David Turley Dillon’s greatest gift was the art of giving.
Jerome Templeton Brite, 82, died Monday from complications of cancer.
A Laredo company pleaded guilty to smuggling charges this week, and prosecutors dropped charges against three businessmen accused of avoiding more than $100 million in taxes on silver imports to Mexico.