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Man, 57, accused of raping woman while she was passed out, authorities say
More News HeadlinesSAPD looking for man who stabbed, sexually assaulted NW Side womanNeighbor climbed into 11-year-old's bedroom, sexually assaulted her, police say
CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Suspect armed with knife breaks into southeast-side home
"He took a television, home computer, a laptop, and a firestick that was attached to it," Munoz said.
George Strait's mansion in The Dominion is selling for $10 million
George Strait's home in The Dominion, located at 10 Davenport Lane, has been listed for sale and is valued at $3.9 million, according to county records.
Police seek man accused of robbing convenience store, punching clerk on North Side
The employee told police he saw the man stuff several items under his shirt. When the employee asked the man to give the items back, the man walked away, police said.
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.
Luxury San Antonio resort opens sales for 'daycation' passes
The main feature included in the $35 passes is the 5-acre Edge Falls Water Park, with a "Ramblin' River," a 22-foot two-story waterslide, a surf simulator (extra charges apply), a sand volleyball court and a hot tub.
Jury deciding San Antonio man’s fate in killing of business partner in 2015
Defense attorney George Shaffer said Gomez shot and killed Isaias “Isaac” Flores on April 7, 2015, in self-defense because he said the man was hot-tempered and known to throw punches and he feared for his life. The men struggled in Gomez’s office, and when Flores lunged at him over a desk, Gomez sho
Pleasanton and Jourdanton at Devine tournament, more weekend volleyball
In other area volleyball weekend action, Poteet is at the Northeast tournament in San Antonio, Charlotte is at the Nordheim tournament and McMullen County is at the Three Rivers tournament.
Taking Mental Health Seriously Is How the Best Business Leaders Protect Their Teams
Two years ago, I wrote publicly aboutmy struggle with this disorderfor the first time. Some of the reactions were tough to swallow. People reached out to me to say, “I thought you had it together.” I was offended because I do have it together, probably better than those people who don’t have to figh
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.
This Whataburger-themed dorm room is making students jealous
As a thank you to the super fan, Whataburger filled his dormroom with all things Whataburger, some of them custom-made.
Phoenix officer, suspect both shot after exchanging gunfire
Preliminary information indicated that after the driver stopped, the suspect shot the approaching officer, who returned fire and struck the suspect, said Sgt. Mercedes Fortune, a department spokeswoman.
San Antonio teens, teachers, parents fight distracted driving
"Within city limits, it is illegal to be on your phone even at a stoplight,” student Ella Easley said. “And the sad fact is it's not only students and kids my age driving distracted, it's parents, grandparents, and you're not only putting other people in danger, you're putting yourself in danger as
Refuel with cheap drinks, live music at Retox Bar
Snapshot:Detoxing is certainly better for the body, but re-toxing is probably more fun. In a North Side area with multiple bar options, the cavernous Retox Bar entices bar enthusiasts with live music, sports on TV and video games. But let’s not kid ourselves, most people come for the modestly priced
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
Marion volleyball sweep Poteet 3-0 on Tuesday
After suffering a few losses last week, the Marion Lady Bulldogs (3-5) bounced back big, sweeping the Poteet Lady Aggies 3-0 (25-22,26-24,25-21) on Tuesday at Marion High School.
2nd autopsy performed in Randle teen's death
CHEHALIS, Wash. (AP) — A second autopsy has been performed in the case of a 16-year-old Randle boy who prosecutors say was murdered, but the defense attorney who requested it is withholding the results.
Popular South Side Barbecue Smokehouse Closing to Get Major Upgrade
Don't worry, this is good news. Charles Neira, the restaurant's director of operations, told the
Police, Crime Stoppers release image of bowling alley robbery suspect
2 suspects strike out at robbing a NE Side bowling alley, then rob a Chick-fil-ASuspect threatens Family Dollar employee, steals cashMan bites off part of nose to fend off robber
Judge: Officer who shot naked man not entitled to immunity
Demonstrators on March 11, 2015, in Decatur, Ga., display a photo of 27-year-old Anthony Hill after his fatal shooting by police officer Robert Olsen. DeKalb County Superior Court Judge J.P. Boulee decided on... more