COVID Tracker: Cases continue trending down after Labor Day

Tuesday brought the second-lowest number of new infections since the start of August. SAN ANTONIO — The start of September has brought a continued downward trend in COVID-19 cases for San Antonio as hospitalizations remain stagnant at around 200 per day.  Just 362 new coronavirus infections were reported Tuesday following the holiday weekend; that’s the … Read more

Man arrested for stealing $30k in collectibles from westside storage unit

Francisco Cepeda was arrested for Burglary and San Antonio police say he could be facing more charges. SAN ANTONIO — A man wanted in connection to stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of collectibles from a west side storage facility has been arrested.  According to San Antonio Police 36-year-old Francisco Cepeda is accused of breaking into … Read more

CPS Energy names new leader

CPS Energy has a new president and CEO and it’s a familiar face. SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Rudy Garza has been CPS Energy’s interim President and CEO for the past 10 months. Now, the job and title are officially his. The community expressed support for him during public comments at Tuesday’s board meeting before he … Read more

‘There are people that love them’: Uvalde County EMT carries cross to support students returning to school

Bob Hanus is walking with a cross in support of the students returning to school today after the tragedy at Robb Elementary three months ago. UVALDE, Texas — Bob Hanus is an EMT in Uvalde County and also a man of faith.  “We’ve seen stuff like this in other places,” Hanus said. “But when it’s … Read more