Prop A opponents slam proposed expansion of cite-and-release
The police union and business community are focusing their criticism on the proposed expansion of cite-and-release, which is another portion of the sweeping, proposed charter amendment now on San Antonio’s May 6 ballot as Proposition A.
San Antonio tax preparer sentenced to 1 year, 1 day of prison for making false tax returns
A San Antonio tax preparer was sentenced to 12 months and one day in prison on Thursday for preparing false tax returns for several years, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Western District.
Trio of SAPD officers suspended 30 days for fumbling two drunk driving crashes in a single night
Three San Antonio police officers were each handed suspensions totaling 30 days this year after fumbling two drunk driving crash investigations in the same night, discipline paperwork released to KSAT Investigates shows.
Rundown apartments now subject to extra inspections
In a near unanimous voice vote Thursday, the San Antonio City Council passed a new “Proactive Apartment Inspection Program,” which stems out of the attention that properties with numerous citations like Seven Oaks Apartments attracted in the summer of 2022.
SAPD searching for additional suspects in death of 17-year-old whose body was found in burning car
The San Antonio Police Department is asking for the public’s help in searching for an additional person responsible for the death of a 17-year-old boy whose body was found in a burning vehicle.
Migratory Bird Fest returning to Mitchell Lake Audubon Center
Mitchell Lake Audubon Center is excited to bring back Migratory Bird Fest as we celebrate spring migration with a free, family-friendly community festival. This annual event will take place on Saturday, March 25 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Self-defense instructor urges women to learn how to protect themselves after 2 attempted kidnappings
As San Antonio police continue the search for a suspect who attempted to kidnap a woman and child on the Southeast Side last weekend, a self-defense instructor in that part of town is urging women to take a class to learn to protect themselves.
Support pours in for the first Ukrainian restaurant to open in San Antonio
It is the first Ukrainian restaurant in San Antonio, opened with pride and hope. One of the owners is from Ukraine and still has many family and friends there. They've given back to their Ukrainian community, and now San Antonio is giving back to them.
UTSA researchers receive $1.7 million grant to deploy data collecting e-scooters
University of Texas at San Antonio researchers are turning electric scooters into data collectors. Researchers created computer sensors to attach to scooters to collect data including motion, temperature and location data.
Harlandale ISD discusses consolidation of 4 elementary schools at school board meeting
The Harlandale Independent School District held a board meeting on Monday night to discuss the possible consolidation of several elementary schools after years of financial hardship and declining student enrollment.
$3.4 million in state funding strengthens addiction recovery housing in San Antonio
Finding safe, sober homes for young adults in recovery can be tough, but it's crucial to end the cycle of addiction. That's why UT Health San Antonio is using state funding to strengthen recovery homes across San Antonio.