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Texas Rep. Tony Gonzales says Vice President Kamala Harris' visit to the border is long overdue and shows less importance for border communities. However, the... [Read More]
A campus geared toward healing education, training, entertainment and living is inching closer to breaking ground. [Read More]
Big news for the San Antonio area: On Wednesday, it was announced that Nissei America, Inc. will relocate its U.S. headquarters from Anaheim, California to... [Read More]
This Friday the Woodlawn Theatre will welcome back audiences more than a year after the scheduled premiere of "On Your Feet! The story of Emilio... [Read More]
A group in New Braunfels is seeking input from residents about diversity, inclusion and other issues they face in the city. [Read More]
A Bexar County Sheriff's Office lieutenant who posted multiple photographs on Facebook showing her near the U.S. Capitol Jan. 6 as a protest erupted into... [Read More]
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar discussed his plans to pay for the BCSO boat after it sparked controversy on today's KSAT Q&A. [Read More]
As more people head out to eat, travel or see shows in San Antonio, local hospitality industry businesses are racing to bring back staff members. [Read More]
Texas is one of the leading states when it comes to pedestrian deaths, and San Antonio is part of that trend. There are things drivers... [Read More]
SAGE has awarded $1.4 million to more than 150 small businesses on the East Side. [Read More]
The law mandates CPS investigators to verbally remind people under investigation they have the right to record conversations and appeal investigation results. [Read More]
City staff presented the Public Safety Committee with an update of the police services review that began last year in response to numerous protests and... [Read More]
The San Antonio Parks Foundation and the Parks and Recreation Department announced the return of the city's July Fourth Celebration for 2021. [Read More]
A 29-year-old San Antonio man was killed in a one-vehicle crash near Boerne early Wednesday. [Read More]
There are a lot of people excited that Fiesta is back, but perhaps none more than JJ Gonzales. [Read More]
A Bexar County judge set bond at $1 for Janie Villeda and other inmates who are awaiting release from the Bexar County Jail. [Read More]
Consumer Reports reveals the tools you need to keep your knives slicing and dicing for years to come. [Read More]
The 7-day rolling average is 105 cases, and four new deaths were reported this week. [Read More]
If something doesn't smell right at the scene of a fire, you can bet one member of the San Antonio Fire Department will detect it. [Read More]
Like many parts of the aviation sector, San Antonio International Airport was hard hit by the pandemic and its effects. Now, it is among the... [Read More]
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