SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio fire investigators are trying to determine the cause of a fire that damaged a home on the city’s East Side early Friday morning. The fire was called in around 3:15 a.m. at a home in the 1700 block of East Crockett Street, not far from South New Braunfels Avenue and … Read more
SAN ANTONIO – An early-morning fire at a vacant garage apartment on the city’s South Side was likely started by someone homeless who was staying there, the San Antonio Fire Department said Friday. The fire was called in just before 4:30 a.m. at a home in the 7200 block of Briar Place, not far from … Read more
A woman accused of starving her child, causing her to weigh just 19 pounds at 6 years old, will go to trial on Monday. Jennifer Marie Delgado, 36, was charged with injury to a child causing serious bodily injury with intent in late 2018. Her trial is taking place in the 227th District Court. San … Read more
SAN ANTONIO – A taco place got a scary score from a health inspector on Halloween after the business failed the inspection in part due to roach and rodent activity. KSAT reporter Tim Gerber stopped by the business this week to see if the restaurant had cleaned up its act. Roy’s Pronto Taco Hut Roy’s … Read more
SAN ANTONIO – Nonprofits across San Antonio say military families are more likely to feel grief, isolation or sadness during the holiday season. If you’ve been feeling this way, you’re not alone. “It is OK not to be OK during the holidays,” said Dr. Maricela Sosa, Life after Loss committee director. She said, “Grieving is … Read more
A 60-year-old man is hospitalized after a shooting and carjacking near the Medical Center, and police are still looking for the shooter, according to San Antonio police.
A former board director of the Texas Organizing Project says he warned the organization of its bail program, saying it would be a risk to public safety. In 2022, TOP bonded out a man on misdemeanor assault charges against family members who he is now accused of killing.