SAN ANTONIO - A woman was found dead from a gunshot wound at Motel 6 Saturday night. Police responded to reports of a shooting in progress in the 7500 block of Louis Pasteur in the Medical Center area around 10:30 p.m. When officers arrived, they found a woman dead from a gunshot wound.
SAN ANTONIO – Two suspects have been arrested after San Antonio police said they tried to rob a pizza place overnight on the North Side. It happened around 5:38 p.m., Saturday, in the 2000 block of Fredericksburg Road near Hildebrand at the Little Caesars. Police said the first suspect, Eric Mora, 29, came into the restaurant and gave a note to an employee that stated he had a gun and a bomb.
Two suspects ransacked victim’s residence taking multiple pieces of property, police say Gunman shoots at man with two children in line of fire A woman in Texas has been robbed at gunpoint while in the middle of a Zoom meeting, with those looking on from their screens calling for help, a report has said.
A mother is dead and a man has been charged with capital murder after a shooting Saturday night, police said. At 10:30 p.m. the San Antonio Police Department and the San Antonio Fire Department responded to a shooting at the 7500 block of Louis Pasteur Drive and Motel 6.
A Silver Alert has been issued for a missing 71-year-old man last seen on the far west side Saturday afternoon whose disappearance "poses a credible threat to his health." According to the Department of Public Safety, Paul Lawrence Jackson was last seen along the 10400 block of Cedar Village around 1:30 p.m.
SAN ANTONIO - Family and friends held a memorial Saturday for a man who went missing on Father's Day seven years ago. Don Jonathan Jones was 23 years old when he went missing. The family confirmed his remains were identified in April. The Carrizo Springs memorial was held to honor his memory and celebrate his life.
SAN ANTONIO -- The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is launching their annual 'Talk. Text. Crash' campaign to remind drivers to not text and drive and keep their eyes on the road. TxDOT says San Antonio in 2020, the number of motor vehicle traffic crashes that involved distracted driving -- including cell-phone use or driver inattention -- totaled 14,345.
SAN ANTONIO - Some classic and unique cars got their engines revving for the 2021 Great Race which got going today. The 2021 Great Race got its engines going in San Antonio at Alamo Plaza as it begins its 37th annual vintage endurance race across the nation ultimately ending in Greensville, South Carolina.
A rigid drinking straw device provides a ‘straightforward’ cure to ‘annoying’ phenomenon Kate Ng Saturday 19 June 2021 16:45 A group of scientists have invented a drinking straw device that they say will stop the hiccups in its tracks. The “HiccAway” straw is a “forced inspiratory suction and swallow tool” that promises to interrupt hiccups and keep them at bay for several hours, according to a study.
SAN ANTONIO - A man was rushed to the hospital after a suspect who robbed his home on the city's North West side opened fire before taking off. San Antonio police and the fire department responded to a home on the 13200 block of Stadium Cove, near 1604 around 9:20 p.m.
SAN ANTONIO - A man was shot overnight in a shootout involving a security guard at a gentleman's club. It happened around 5:15 a.m. early Saturday morning at the parking lot of Diamonds Showclub on NE Loop 410. Police were called out to the Valero gas station just down the street for reports of a man in his 20s with a gunshot wound.
SAN ANTONIO - We were present Friday for a very special send-off from Christus Santa Rosa Hospital. Henry Pineda was released after being admitted for two months as a COVID-19 patient. Pineda has had gradual recovery and is now stable enough to return home. "It's a lot of feelings and emotions but thanking God I'm about to get out of this place," said Pineda.
SAN ANTONIO - There's good news on the San Antonio job front. It appears more people are finding employment. According to Workforce Solutions Alamo, they report that the May unemployment rate for the eight-county San Antonio-New Braunfels metropolitan statistical area (MSA) is 5.3%, experienced a decrease of 0.40 percentage points over the month, from the April rate of 5.7% after adjustments from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Juneteenth has been celebrated by Black people in the south for years. “Not all of us know our whole history. Basically, Juneteenth is the day Texas slaves found out they were free, two years after the emancipation was signed June 19th, 1865,” community organizer B. Michelle said.
SAN ANTONIO - A local man is behind bars after he was arrested for child sexual assault. Eric Gaulke, 53, was arrested after the Kerrville Police Department started looking into him because of suspicious text messages. According to investigators, a 14-year-old girl had received sexual texts on June 8 from Gaulke.
A coffee company that hires those with intellectual and developmental disabilities is brewing up a location in the Alamo City. "It takes a little bit time to site search, but we are thrilled to open in San Antonio," Wright says. "Having a presence in Texas and San Antonio is really important.
Three more Texas lakes are now fully infested with zebra mussels. The “infested” designation is a result of recent sampling efforts by the TPWD at all three lakes. TPWD says this means there is “an established, reproducing population of zebra mussels in the lake.”
SAN ANTONIO -- A woman is arrested after San Antonio police say she hit and killed a motorcyclist on the city's West Side and then fled the scene. Racine Rene Delgado, 35, is charged with failure to stop and render aid, resulting in death. On May 3, officers were dispatched to a major crash on the 1700 block of S. General McMullen, near Highway 90 on the city's West Side.
Neurosurgeon's straw device was inspired by watching his son trying to drink a McFlurry Hiccups are embarrassing and painful, and rumoured cures abound. The NHS suggests sipping ice-cold water, biting on a lemon, sipping vinegar or holding your breath. The Canadian Family Physician journal has a series of even more drastic remedies, including inhaling pepper to induce a sneeze.