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The district says there was a report of a gun on campus. SAN ANTONIO — The North East Independent School District has confirmed there was a report of a gun on the Roosevelt High School campus. According to NEISD spokesperson  Aubrey Chancellor, authorities searched the campus and found two plastic toy guns. The district did […]

San Antonio music legend Vernon “Spot” Barnett died in his East Side home on Sunday, October 6, according to a MySA report. In the ’50s and ’60s, the saxophonist led the 20th Century Orchestra, the house band at the East Side’s storied Ebony Lounge. He also performed with noted artists including Bobby “Blue” Bland and Ike and […]

Rev. Robert Jemerson, pastor of Second Baptist Church, said the church has signed a lease with VisionQuest, a for-profit company that operates child migrant shelters for U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The facility has a large dinning area. The Second Baptist Church, a large East Side congregation near the AT&T Center, has signed […]

Carla Hall and Chadwick Boyd stopped by the USO at the military installation to help the group bake their own batch of buttery biscuits. Carla Hall and Chadwick Boyd stopped by the USO at the military installation to help the group bake their own batch of buttery biscuits. “It’s biscuit time. That’s what’s up!” The […]

South San school board vacancies to be filled next week South San ISD school board vice president Gilbert F. Rodriguez listens to community members during a special meeting to discussing and possibly take action on three vacancies on the board that were created when three trustees resigned unexpectedly last week on Monday, Sept. 9, 2019. […]

In the last year, the hospital has experienced a “decline in community demand for its acute care services,” according to a press release. SAN ANTONIO — The iconic Nix Downtown Medical Center will soon be no more.  According to a press release from Prospect Medical Holdings, Inc., the hospital will be closing its doors.  While […]

Lila Cockrell, first female mayor of San Antonio, passes away at 97 | SAN ANTONIO — Lila Cockrell, San Antonio’s first female mayor and an icon in the Alamo City, has passed away at the age of 97. “If there were a Mount Rushmore for our city, Lila Cockrell would be on it. She was […]

Chief’s comments come minutes after 2 council members presented idea at presser SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio Police Department Chief William McManus said Tuesday that he doesn’t support the idea of a voluntary gun buyback program in the city. His statements in opposition to the proposal came minutes after two San Antonio City Council members — District 2’s Jada Andrews-Sullivan and […]

Councilman John Courage and Councilwoman Jada Andrews-Sullivan announced a council consideration request for the program Tuesday. SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio City Council is considering a voluntary gun buyback program. District 9 Councilman John Courage and District 2 Councilwoman Jada Andrews-Sullivan announced their submission of a Council Consideration Request Tuesday, explaining that the proposal is […]

As the multitude of recentheadlines have noted, the problems at the Bexar County continue. Who is to blame for the number of erroneous releases at the Bexar County Jail? Outside the John Wood Federal Courthouse Monday, Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar did not hold back. “It could be employee fatigue; it could be that we’re opening a […]

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