‘We want accountability’: Thousands of dollars stolen from elementary school’s PTO, Hondo Police say

A person ‘directly linked’ to the Meyer PTO has been identified as a suspect. About $20K-30K was drained from the bank account, according to police. HONDO, Texas — Hondo Police are investigating after tens of thousands of dollars from an elementary school’s Parent Teacher Organization (PTO) went missing. Hondo Police Chief Justin Soza told KENS … Read more

New Braunfels Police explain recent trend of crimes committed by people from out of town

SAN ANTONIO — Out of town criminals going to New Braunfels is a trend police said they have been dealing with several years. Meanwhile, in the last five weeks there have been five major cases involving suspects that are not from the community. They’re accused in burglaries, drugs, and vehicle theft cases. New Braunfels Police … Read more

Police: Teenaged drunk driver hits family of 8 head-on, all miraculously survive

It happened on the southeast side of San Antonio, off New Sulphur Springs and Southcross Ranch Road. SAN ANTONIO — Unbelievable photos captured the aftermath of a drunk driving crash Sunday night on San Antonio’s southeast side. Eight family members were riding in the SUV when police say a teenaged driver hit them head-on. Miraculously, … Read more

VA Secretary visits San Antonio promoting PACT Act to help veterans exposed to toxic waste

Army Sgt. Mario Lopez, who bears the physical scars of the war in Afghanistan, spent four months working around burn pits. SAN ANTONIO — Texas veterans have filed the most disability claims related to burn-pit health issues, compared to the rest of the country, according to VA Secretary Denis McDonough.  Congressman Tony Gonzales joined McDonough … Read more

Texas lawmakers from the San Antonio a reflect on legislative session and the next steps

SAN ANTONIO – This legislative session has been unique to say the least. From the start of the impeachment proceedings for Attorney General Ken Paxton to the various bills that have a direct impact on Texas’ schools, mental health programs and wallets, there has been a lot to digest. And even though the session has … Read more

SAPD reports decrease in crime in first four months of 2023 compared to previous year

Findings from the first phase of the three-year plan to target the city’s most violence-prone areas were presented to City Council. SAN ANTONIO — San Antonio Police and criminology professors at UTSA presented their findings Wednesday on the first phase of the department’s Violent Crime Reduction Plan. SAPD says statistics show a 2.4% decrease in … Read more