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San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
A 5-year-old boy who was reported missing from his father's Northwest Side home early Saturday morning was found safe in the care of his mother Saturday afternoon, police said.Police spent hours searching for 5-year-old Sylis McLendon.Police said Sylis and his older brother were dropped off by their mother at their father's house in the 8800 block of Boise Hills on Friday.Police said the father of the two boys was out of town on business and the kids were left in the care of two adults at the home. Greene said the boy's older brother told police he fell asleep and that Sylis stayed up watching TV.San Antonio Police Department spokesman Doug Greene said Sylis was nowhere to be found early Saturday morning."We're praying that this is the case, that maybe mom came and picked him up and has the child," Greene said prior to police locating Sylis.Authorities said repeated attempts to get in contact with Sylis' mother Saturday morning were unsuccessful, but police were eventually able to get in contact with her and discovered that she had Sylis.Editor's note: An earlier version of this report spelled Sylis' name as "Silos," but police have since updated the spelling of the child's name.
District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry teamed up with New Creation Christian Fellowship and Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert to host a back-to-school pep rally at Morgan's Wonderland.More than 1,000 backpacks with school supplies were given away during Saturday's event.Members of the San Antonio Police Department, Fire Department, San Antonio Water System, and Pre-K 4 SA also attended in hopes of getting kids ready to head back to school.
A fat cat named Bruno is taking the internet by storm.An Illinois-based animal rescue group posted photos of Bruno the cat on Thursday and the photos have been shared more than 23,000 times since. Bruno, according to the Wright Way Rescue, is a 25-pound cat that loves to sit on his hind legs. Bruno is overweight but otherwise healthy, according to a Facebook post. The rescue said Bruno is also rather particular about the way he eats and drinks. Bruno will only drink water in a bowl in a separate room from his food and enjoys being petted while he eats, the post states.People from across the globe have expressed interest in adopting the high-maintenance cat. The rescue is reviewing the many applications that have been submitted.
San Antonio Business Journal
200 E Grayson St Ste 110
San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
San Antonio residents who want to request services or report infrastructure issues to the city can now do so via a smartphone app built by local technology startup CityFlag Inc. CityFlag this week rolled out its iOS and Android versions of the mobile app 311SA. It won a $40,000 contract with the city of San Antonio to integrate its mobile app into the customer relationship management system at its 311 call center. The startup built a mobile app that enables users to take photos of issues ranging…
The building's new name is linked to its mass timber construction.
In 2016, 531,996 people moved to Texas, averaging about 1,458 per day. When you account for the number of Texans who leave, we're one of the fastest-growing states via migration.
The project will be built on San Antonio's Northeast Side.
New leaders will be tasked with keeping the aging building competitive so that the Alamo City remains in the hunt for major events.
The Rivard Report
110 E Houston St #207
San Antonio, TX 78205 Directions
The Tricentennial fall season includes events at the Mexican Cultural Institute, Luminaria, a new City Fest, and military and service initiatives. The post Tricentennial Fall Events To Include Diez y Seis, Luminaria, City Fest appeared first on Rivard Report.
Brandon Seale released the series earlier this year, and for the next 9 weeks, the Rivard Report will host one episode every Saturday. The post Seale #14: Illegal Immigration appeared first on Rivard Report.
Bob Bass changed the NBA. As a coach, he revolutionized the shooting guard position and turned George Gervin into a Hall of Fame player. As a general manager, Bass molded the Spurs into an elite franchise and helped transform San Antonio into a basketball-crazed metropolis. The post Bob Bass, 1929-2018: A Revolutionary Force for the Spurs, NBA appeared first on Rivard Report.
Bexar County's top elections official said she is confident in the best practices and checks and balances that surround the county's electronic voting system. The post Local Election Official: ‘100% Confidence’ in Voting System Security appeared first on Rivard Report.
The creative arts nonprofit that has been serving economically disadvantaged youth for more than two decades has put its home on South Alamo Street up for sale. The post Youth Arts Education Nonprofit SAY Sí to Sell Southtown Building, Relocate appeared first on Rivard Report.
San Antonio Current
915 Dallas St
San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
The Point Park & Eats can now add Drips to its moniker with the opening of Just the Drip, a new coffeeshop space. Owned by Denise Aguirre and Noel Cisneros, Just the Drip features coffee by Quantum Coffee Roasters, cookies and baked goods by Chocollazo, and macarons by Dreamy Sweets by Blondee. Empanadas may soon be featured as well from the Chimichurri food truck that Aguirre and Cisneros own as well.…
Warning: This post contains graphic details not appropriate for sensitive readers. A serial flasher and masturbator in San Antonio was arrested late Thursday. On Monday, the San Antonio Police Department requested the public's help in tracking down Terrence Palumbo, who has allegedly been masturbating publicly in front of women since as early as March. Palumbo, 27, reportedly exposed himself at least six times to six different women, the first occurring at a Bitters Road Target on March 25. A woman said she was sitting in her vehicle when Palumbo pulled up next to her and began masturbating while watching her and thrusting his hips.…
The four Marx Brothers were in their prime when they made this college football comedy.…
Spanish fare and cocktails are moving into St. Paul Square this weekend as Toro Kitchen + Bar opens its second location at 1142 E. Commerce St., Suite 100. The 2,500-square-foot space, which will hold more inside seating, will feature the same menu as the Stone Oak location, said Thomas Hogan, who is opening the location with business partner Gerardo De Anda. "From the first time we saw the space we knew it had to do different things," said Hogan of the underground bar, Cellar Mixology, which is accessible via secret entrance.…
Ask any comedian out there and they’ll tell you that comedy and pain go hand in hand.…
550 KTSA - AM Radio
4050 Eisenhauer Rd
San Antonio, TX 78218 Directions
KTSA radio host Jack Riccardi invites Steve Atkins, Robert Fleming and Gilbert Garcia about the […] The post The Gang of Four — Aug. 17, 2018 (Audio) appeared first on KTSA.
A Boerne woman was arrested for shooting at police officers she called to her apartment. The post Boerne woman calls police, shoots at them while they investigate appeared first on KTSA.
Laura Lezza/Getty Images(LONDON) — The Italian government announced it has opened a probe into the […] The post Investigation opened into Italy bridge collapse that killed 38 amid desperate search for missing appeared first on KTSA.
A Seguin drug dealer is now with police after trying to hide inside her fortified house Friday. The post Wanted drug dealer hides in fortified Seguin house, police bust through appeared first on KTSA.
ABC News(VANCOUVER, Wash.) — The 18-year-old who pushed her teenage friend off a 60-foot bridge […] The post 18-year-old who pushed friend off bridge charged with reckless endangerment appeared first on KTSA.