‘I basically have to start over’ | Students left reeling after Quest College abruptly closes

Many were set to graduate and get certifications to work in the medical field, but now they’re down thousands in tuition money with nothing to show for it. SAN ANTONIO — A college closure has left students scrambling. Several layoffs put Quest College in the spotlight last week as students shared their concerns. Now, the … Read more

Accuser files first lawsuit against Boerne gymnastics coach jailed for sexual misconduct

The nine-year-old girl alleges 74-year-old Mike Spiller put his hand inside her leotard during a practice at the Boerne Gymnastics Center in April. SAN ANTONIO — The mother of a nine-year-old girl is suing Boerne gymnastics instructor Mike Spiller on behalf of her child, who alleges the coach molested her during a practice in April.  … Read more

Trial for ex-border patrol agent accused of killing four close to wrapping up

The trial of Juan David Ortiz, who confessed to killing four women four years ago, was moved from Laredo to San Antonio. SAN ANTONIO — The murder trial of ex-Border Patrol agent Juan David Ortiz is coming to an end as closing arguments are slated for Wednesday morning. Ortiz faces an automatic life-in-prison sentence if convicted … Read more

Donating blood may soon become easier for gay and bisexual men

The Food and Drug Administration is considering easing restrictions on blood donations amid a national blood shortage. SAN ANTONIO — Donating blood may soon become easier for gay and bisexual men. The Food and Drug Administration is considering easing restrictions on blood donations amid a national blood shortage. Current federal rules prohibit blood banks from … Read more

SAPD transitions Clayton Perry case to Bexar County DA

District Attorney Joe Gonzales’ team will decide whether or not to file additional charges related to Perry’s involvement in a November hit-and-run. SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Police Department, which previously signaled that DWI charges are possible in the case of a November hit-and-run involving City Councilman Clayton Perry, “filed an at-large case of driving … Read more

SAPD transitions Clayton Perry case to DA’s office

District Attorney Joe Gonzales’ team will decide whether or not to file additional charges related to Perry’s involvement in a November hit-and-run. SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Police Department, which previously signaled that DWI charges are possible in the case of a November hit-and-run involving City Councilman Clayton Perry, “filed an at-large case of driving … Read more