Judge blocks Uvalde DA from joining public records lawsuit; grand jury could weigh potential criminal charges in Oct.
A state district court judge in Austin has blocked Uvalde County District Attorney Christina Mitchell from intervening in an ongoing lawsuit filed by more than a dozen media organizations against the Texas Department of Public Safety over records from last year’s Uvalde school massacre.
Leading SA: Bexar County sheriff discusses school safety, local crime, fighting fentanyl
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar joined Leading SA to discuss recent crime trends around our area, fighting fentanyl, school safety initiatives, and the top priorities he’s implementing to crack down on crime in the county.
‘We want to be proactive’: North East ISD hires Secret Service agent for new security position
A 29-year veteran of the federal agency, Paul Duran is currently the head the of the San Antonio Secret Service Field Office. When he starts his new role with NEISD on Oct. 3, Duran will establish and enforce safety and security procedures.
Locking in safety: This product aims to keep students safe in the classroom
A quarter of Nightlock annual sales were shipped just in June, and the owners believe the tragic shootings in Uvalde and Oxford and school districts wanting to prepare for the upcoming school year contributed to the dramatic increase in sales.
What laws did Texas pass to make schools safer after the Santa Fe massacre? KSAT Explains
More than a dozen laws were passed in 2019 focused on school safety after the Santa Fe school shooting. KSAT Explains what is in those laws and what other measures state officials have taken since the laws were enacted.