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Former dispatcher faces 10-count indictment
Court documents allege that a former area dispatcher committed crimes against two different children, spurring a 10-count indictment that was released this week. During December’s seating of the Guadalupe County Grand Jury, the group handed up the 10 counts against 50-year-old Danny Rivera — eight c
La Vernia ISD superintendent reinstated by district's Board of Trustees
LA VERNIA, Texas - The La Vernia Independent School District's Board of Trustees has reinstated its superintendent following a special meeting on Tuesday night, the La Vernia News reports.
Nancy Wilson, Grammy winning jazz singer, dies at 81
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning "song stylist" and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died.
Seguin man indicted in murder case
The Seguin man accused of killing a Luling man earlier this year was indicted by a Guadalupe County Grand Jury on a charge of murder. During the December meeting of the grand jury, Bruce Kittelson, 58, was officially indicted for murder in the shooting death of 48-year-old Rocky Bob Weaver.
Antonian's Liz Hicks, La Vernia's Clayton Chadwick named E-N Athletes of the Week
Antonian’s Liz Hicks and La Vernia’s Clayton Chadwick were named the Express-News Ath-letes of the Week, winning the online poll at MySa.com/Top Athlete. Original published: 2018-11-30 22:22:17 Read the full San Antonio News here.
Over 13,000 CPS customers without power as major wind impacts San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO — Major wind gusts on Thursday afternoon have resulted in drastic power outages affecting nearly 14,000 CPS customers across the San Antonio metro as of 4:45 p.m.
Texas judge who approved plea deal for alleged Baylor University rapist faces public backlash
The outrage over a light sentence handed to a former Baylor University fraternity president accused of rape has already gotten him banned from his current school. The outcry may also cost the judge who approved a plea agreement that included no jail time.
SAPD: Driver holds alleged road rage attacker at gunpoint until officers arrive
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police said a road rage incident between a driver and five other men led to a confrontation at a North Side apartment complex that ended with one of the five men held at gunpoint until police arrived.
Lake Travis' Garrett Wilson says he’s cherishing every moment ahead of state title game
AUSTIN — The Lake Travis Cavaliers are gunning for their fourth consecutive appearance in a state title game. The Cavaliers will meet Galena Park North School High School Saturday inside of Houston's NRG Stadium.
Head-on vehicle crash sends pregnant woman to hospital, deputies say
SAN ANTONIO - A pregnant woman was transported to an area hospital following a head-on vehicle crash overnight, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office said Thursday. The crash occurred just before 2 a.m. at the corner of Highway 211 and Potranco Road.
Giant generator on the move in South Texas
STOCKDALE, Texas — An oversized load is making its way through Wilson and Guadalupe counties this week, and it may slow down traffic on some roadways. However, some people in Stockdale are just excited to see the massive piece of equipment.
Person found dead inside north-side donation bin
SAN ANTONIO — A person was found dead inside a donation station bin on the north side Wednesday morning. Police got a call early in the morning about a body found in the parking lot of a shopping center at Highway 281 and Loop 1604.
New Braunfels man dies in police custody
SAN ANTONIO (KTSA News) — A New Braunfels man died Wednesday night while with the city’s police and fire personnel. New Braunfels police say officers were called to a home on Stonecrest Path just before 11 p.m. about a man yelling loudly and throwing things.
La Vernia welcomes Christmas this Saturday
Welcome the festive season in true La Vernia fashion this Saturday, Dec. 1, with events throughout the day. And be sure to stay for the real kick-off to Christmas, with the annual tree-lighting Saturday evening in the La Vernia City Park.
RV catches fire in downtown San Antonio
SAN ANTONIO - An RV went up in flames in downtown San Antonio on Tuesday afternoon in the 500 block of Cesar Chavez near the University of Texas at San Antonio’s downtown campus.
Police search for suspect in shooting of man east of downtown
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police are investigating after a man was shot just east of downtown overnight. The shooting was reported just before 11 p.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of East Commerce, not far from North Hackberry and East Houston Street.
Two-million-pound oversized load will cause traffic problems
SAN ANTONIO - An oversized load will be traveling through Guadalupe County Wednesday. The million-pound generator will travel through Wilson County on Highway 123 in Stockdale on at one to four miles per hour. Then the carrier will continue into Guadalupe County on Highway 123 to Highway 46, arrivin
SLOW RIDE: Drivers urged to take it easy, avoid pokey oversized load
Public officials are urging residents to be patient with traffic and look for alternate routes as an oversized load carrying heavy equipment makes its way into Guadalupe County Wednesday afternoon.
Area basketball teams split weekend games
While the Seguin boys basketball and the Navarro Lady Panthers were successful this weekend, the Seguin Lady Matadors dropped a district game to Veterans Memorial. The Seguin boys basketball finished 3-1 in the River City Classic hosted in New Braunfels and claimed a 71-64 overtime victory over Medi
H.S. PLAYOFFS: Brandeis' Wilson IV has enjoyed first season with Broncos
SAN ANTONIO – Frank Wilson IV remembers being “intrigued” whenever he heard Kyan Brumfield, a friend of his, sing the praises of the Brandeis High School football program in conversations they had when Wilson was a student at Central Catholic.