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Man pleads guilty to felony hit and run
A man pleaded guilty to failing to stop and render aid after he struck an 81-year-old man with his vehicle and fled the scene in October 2016.Roberto Valente Rodriguez, 32, pled guilty to accident causing injury, a felony offense, on Aug. 6 in a Del Rio district court, said District Attorney Mike Ba
From treetops to floating trucks - Uvalde Leader-News
Seventeen 911 calls flooded the Uvalde Police Department dispatch office Sunday over a 3-4 hour period as first-responders, those stationed locally and others from the region, joined forces to bring 27 people stranded in rising water to safety.
Atascosa County Judge’s Report
Last week we left the EMS story talking about funding and discussing ESDs (Emergency Services Districts) which are the special taxing districts I have mentioned. Bexar County, Montgomery County and Harris County (and many others) are funded by these. I have not found another county our size that doe
Lopez gets 30 years in store owner’s death
“Get your (expletive) hands off me, you are all (expletive),” Lopez shouted at judicial marshals as they led him away.
Sheriff outlines Operation Safe School
Sheriff David Soward announced last week that the Sheriff’s Office will implement ‘Operation Safe School’ this week as area students head off for the first day of the school year. Sheriff Soward stated that the safety of the county’s school kids is top priority. “Although we have made our presence a
City of Castroville issues boil-water notice for 2nd time in 3 weeks
The city said children, seniors and people with weakened immune systems are vulnerable to harmful bacteria when consuming water for such uses as washing hands and/or face, brushing teeth, drinking water, etc.
Court uphold $12 million verdict against Danbury Hospital
"She went into the hospital for basically an in-and-out hernia operation and ended up in a coma," said Gagliano's lawyer at the time, Joshua Koskoff, of Bridgeport.
Uvalde textiles plant to close, mayor pens letter to White House
According to a letter sent to the Uvalde mayor’s office, VF Workwear, the parent company of Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Company, will close its Uvalde facility beginning in October. 156 associates will lose their jobs in Uvalde, a town of about 16,000 people.
South Side barbecue joint undergoing $1.5 million expansion
Director of Operations Charles Neira said B&B will shutter for about three weeks while the business moves into a significantly larger space. The restaurant’s new 5,600-square-foot facility will seat more than 170 customers, effectively tripling B&B’s capacity.
Breaking out the pads in Jourdanton
Jourdanton’s Cole Andrus breaks free on the run during the Indians’ first day of padded practice on Aug. 10. The sophomore quarterback will lead the team into its first scrimmage on Aug. 18, as the boys in red and white host San Antonio King at 9:30 a.m.
Texas districts form group to measure schools using more than test scores
Lytle Independent Schools District is one of them. This year, Lytle ISD will work on community-based assessments, working with Lytle residents to determine what skills they want students to have when they graduate, and what they value seeing in their schools.
Medina ISD considers tax rate increase
The Medina Independent School District school board will hold a public meeting on the fiscal year 2018-2019 budget and tax rate and then could vote on the items at its Wednesday, Aug. 22, meeting.The school board meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. in the board room at 1 Bobcat Lane in Medina.
Hondo man charged with continuous sexual assault of child
HONDO, Texas- Hondo police arrested a 31-year-old man Thursday and charged him with continuous sexual assault of a child, the department announced on Facebook.
Cattlemen to chew over .cultured meat'
The South Central Texas Independent Cattlemen’s Association (SCTICA) will meet Thursday, Aug. 23, at 6:30 p.m. in the Jourdanton Library/Community Center, located at 1101 Campbell Ave. in Jourdanton. A complimentary meal will be served.
Ranch Fire’s record destruction continues, Carr Fire enters week four
The Carr Fire grew 1,296 acres by Monday morning and burned a total of 202,976 acres, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, or Cal Fire.
Helicopter Delivers Life Jackets for People Stranded in Uvalde Floodwaters
A helicopter delivered a bundle of life jackets to people surrounded by floodwaters in Chalk Bluff Park in Uvalde, Texas, on Sunday, August 12, as part of a rescue operation west of San Antonio carried out by the Uvalde County Sheriff’s Office.
At least 27 rescued after flash flood hits West Texas park
The Uvalde County Sheriff's Office says on its social media that the 27 were rescued from high water Sunday at Chalk Bluff Park, about 15 miles (25 kilometers) northwest of Uvalde, Texas. Helicopters were used to drop life jackets to those stranded by the rising waters before their rescues. No serio
PD Captain accused of racist texts retires under fire
BRIDGEPORT — Police Captain Mark Straubel, the top aide to Police Chief Armando Perez, retired under fire Monday.
VF, following millions of consumers, will shed its denim
FILE- In this Jan. 21, 2015, file photo people walks pass The North Face exhibit displaying its new avalanche airbag "modulator system" that is a set of dual air bags that be attached to any backpack at the... more
Above-average rainfall continues to rise
Suspect asked victim if he wanted to buy a purse, then stabbed him in the chest, S.A. police sayMedia: San Antonio Express-News