Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 25, 2022
By Eleanor Klibanoff, The Texas Tribune A young woman and her mother are nervously driving through the night when they’re pulled over by law enforcement. Flashlights in their faces, the women are questioned about whether they’re heading for the border and whether the young woman might be pregnant…
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 18, 2022
By Uriel J. García and Jaden Edison, The Texas Tribune UVALDE — The Texas Department of Public Safety is reviewing how 91 state troopers and Rangers responded to the Robb Elementary School shooting to determine if they violated any policies or laws.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Jul 15, 2022
The Tier One Neighborhood Coalition is hosting a Neighbors Helping Neighbors Forum on Saturday, July 16 at Laurel Heights United Methodist Church, 227 W Woodlawn Ave, San Antonio, TX 78212. The meeting will be located at the gym on the second floor and is open to the public.
Written by City of San Antonio on Jul 15, 2022
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District as the public health agency serving the City of San Antonio and Bexar County has confirmed two cases of monkeypox.  Both individuals are currently isolating, following all recommended guidance, and all close contacts have been notified. As of…
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 14, 2022
By Reese Oxner, The Texas Tribune Texas is suing the Biden administration over guidance released Monday telling the nation’s doctors they’re protected by federal law to terminate a pregnancy as part of emergency treatment — and threatening to defund hospitals that don’t perform these procedures.
Written by Texas Tribune on Jul 12, 2022
By Uriel J. García and Zach Despart, The Texas Tribune
Written by Vivian Lopez on Jul 08, 2022
Many people were confused when barricades went up near the St. Mary’s Strip from March 31 through April 3. The move to put a protective barrier around the nearby neighborhood came after residents complained about violence and vandalism by bar customers who trashed their properties.
Written by Vivian Lopez on Jul 08, 2022
A fourth meeting about the fate of heritage trees in Brackenridge Park ended with a proposal to remove 43 trees and save 34 trees originally slated to be destroyed. The fourth Brackenridge 2017 Bond Project meeting was held on June 14, 2022 where findings and final recommendations were presented…
Written by Vivian Lopez on Jul 08, 2022
The South Alamo Regional Alliance for Homeless (SARAH) reported that homelessness in San Antonio rose very little, but chronic homelessness increased dramatically. SARAH is a nonprofit organization that aims to ensure people have a place to call home and presented findings from the Homeless Point-…