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550 KTSA - AM Radio
4050 Eisenhauer Rd
San Antonio, TX 78218 Directions
Chicago police say the trajectory of the investigation into the reported attack on Jussie Smollett has shifted and they want to conduct another interview with the Empire actor.
Actor William Shatner boldly went where no Star Trek captain has gone before when he took the stage for the first time for the Grand Ole Opry radio show to sing from his new album of country songs.
Police in Laredo uncovered a massive drug shipment in the back of an 18-wheeler Thursday afternoon.
A South Texas couple has been arrested after the remains of their 2-year-old daughter were found in a bucket apparently containing acid.
Paylesss ShoeSource is shuttering all of its 2,100 remaining stores in the U.S. and Puerto Rico, joining a list of iconic names like Toys R Us and Bon-Ton that have been shuttered in the last year.
KSAT12 TV - ABC
1408 N St Mary's St
San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
Two men are facing capital murder charges for the death of a San Marcos man earlier this week in a case that investigators believe centered around a drug-related robbery.Martin Garcia Jr., 22, of Austin, and James Lee Zapata Jr., 19, of Kyle, were arrested in Austin Friday evening. The two had been identified as suspects in the shooting death of Aaron Peterman with the help of observant citizens, according to a news release from the City of San Marcos.San Marcos Police said Peterman was found by a family member Wednesday morning inside his apartment at the Park North Condos on Aquarena Springs Drive. Peterman had a single gunshot wound and was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Saturdays news release.A city spokeswoman said valuables belonging to Peterman were missing from the apartment, but would not expand on the reference to a drug-related robbery in the news release.The investigation is still ongoing.Booking records indicate the murder was committed on Monday, two days before Peterman was found.Both Zapata and Garcia remain in the Hays County Jail, where each mans bail has been set at $750,000.
Police on Friday arrested a man in connection with the Jan. 19 murder of 32-year-old Rudy Berlanga.Henry Adame III, 25, is facing a murder charge in connection with Berlangas death.According to arrest documents, Berlanga was visiting the owner of a home in the 800 block of Fitch Street while Adame, a man and the mans girlfriend were also at the home.The couple told police that Berlanga left the house but came back early the next morning armed with a long gun, an affidavit said. READ THE ORIGINAL REPORT: Man found dead in pool of blood hours after call for shots fired identified The male witness told police he and his girlfriend were staying in a back room of the South Side home when he heard Adame yelling at Berlanga to drop his weapon, court documents state.The male witness told investigators that he opened the door to the back bedroom and saw Adame on the floor with a handgun, pointing and shooting toward the front door of the home. He said that when he and his girlfriend yelled and scremed as gunfire rang out, Adame told them to shut the f--- up.An affidavit states that when the gunfire stopped, the male witness exited the bedroom where he and his girlfriend were and saw no one in the hallway, so he moved toward the back of the house and left. He told investigators he did not see Adame. The affidavit does not say how the mans girlfriend left the home.Police were called to the home for a report of shots fired around 7 a.m. but left after they failed to find a shooting scene or a victim.The male witness said he and his girlfriend returned to the home around noon to check on the homeowner and saw Berlangas car still parked in the driveway.When the couple entered the home, they found Berlangas body in the living room near the front door where Adame had been firing early that morning.The couple called 911 and authorities found Berlanga facedown in a pool of blood with a single gunshot wound to the face, an affidavit said.The couple identified Adame as the gunman, the arrest affidavit sates.Court documents do not mention a motive for the killing.Adame is behind bars on a first-degree felony charge of murder.
Volunteers with the Bexar County Sheriffs Office and members of local groups participated in a cleanup event on the Far Northeast Side early Saturday morning.Volunteers went through the Camelot II and The Glen neighborhoods to clear trash piled up in alleyways and nearby creeks.Participants, including Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, assisted crews of volunteers in removing broken, discarded appliances, furniture, tires and other trash from the alleyways.In addition to cleaning the area for members of the community, one participant, Deputy Joel Babb, said it helps humanize members of law enforcement.I think it just shows members of the community that were human beings just like them, Babb said. Were just here to help them.Joel Chavez, a graduate of the Sheriffs Offices 2018 Bravo patrol class, called the cleanup humbling. He said he received nothing but positive feedback from members of the community who saw the volunteers cleaning up.Everything about policing is giving back to the community, Chavez said. San Antonios Solid Waste Management provided the crews with garbage trucks to dispose of the trash, and Tiger Sanitation, Inc. also provided trash services, the Sheriffs Office said.
San Antonio Business Journal
200 E Grayson St Ste 110
San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
There were228 tickets issued to Texans driving 120 mph or faster in 2018, according to Texas Department of Public Safety information.A website called The Drive recently dug up the fastest speeding ticketsdoled out to Texas drivers in 2018, which was recently posted by sister paper the Dallas Business Journal.Click the slideshow above to see the 50 fastest speeding tickets in 2018.As San Antonio has grown, more cars have been on its streets than ever before. On average, San Antonio drivers
While a spokeswoman for SABOR said the audit has begun, she said its too soon to know when it will be completed.
A San Antonio man who operated a frac sand transportation company will spend the next six years in prison after a judge sentenced him for cheating investors out of $3.6 million.Reynaldo Jesus Peralez, who goes by Sonny, pleaded guilty in April to pretending to have contracts with oilfield service companies in the Permian Basin when he and his company,Bohannon Oil Services LLC, had no such contracts.He also told investors that he was buying trucks to move frac sand in the shale for $45,000 to
The companys newest EVO Entertainment complex was first announced in May as the anchor tenant to the 95-acre mixed-use Wiederstein Ranch development.
San Antonio leaders have a new idea to leverage this years South by Southwest Interactive the major technology conference that draws thousands of startups and corporations to Austin as a means to attract tech talent and international tech startups to the Alamo City.The plan this March is to focus on recruiting technology industry workers and to bring international technology startup founders to San Antonio and away from Austin temporarily for a whirlwind tour.About 30 international
San Antonio Current
915 Dallas St
San Antonio, TX 78215 Directions
Valentines Day may be over but it was a full on lovefest at the VIBES Event Center Friday night as British heavy metal legends Saxon blasted through a two-hour set that hit multiple milestones from their 40-year career. The band opened with Thunderbolt, the ferocious title track of their 2018 album, and then immediately launched into the equally fierce and almost-as-new Sacrifice. Singer Biff Byford then addressed the fans, saying the next three songs define Saxon, one of the bands thatcreated the blueprint for the early 80s New Wave of British Heavy Metal.To no ones surprise, those three were Wheels of Steel, Strong Arm of the Law, and Denim and Leather. During the latter, Byford made one familys night when he picked up their homemade banner from the stage and strung it across the drum riser, where it stayed for the rest of the show. When most bands play their three biggest songs in a row, its usually followed by, Thank you and good night But Saxon was just getting started, and the capacity crowd of 1,500 loved every minute of it. The band was in great form and obviously having a good time. Guitarist Doug Scarratt had a big grin on his face most of time, while fellow guitarist Paul Quinn was more stoic and generally stuck to stage left but happily acknowledged the fans after each song.
Lee Haines, the Bonham Exchanges general manager, wants patrons to know it will be business as usual at the iconic downtown dance club despite the recent death of owner Kenneth Garrett. The community has nothing to worry about, Haines said, explaining that the nightspot will remain open and is stillowned and operated by 1122 Corp., of which Garrett was owner and president. My phone has been ringing nonstop since Kenneth passed, wondering if were going to be OK, Haines said. Obviously, were going through a tough time right now mourning the death of our owner, but the business is strong.
I must break you. Thats right, Dolph Lundgren the actor who uttered that famous line in his role as Ivan Drago in Rocky IV is coming to end you, San Antonio. The actor will make an appearance during this years Celebrity Fan Fest in June. Hes the third Aquaman star to be announced, following Jason Momoa, who played thetitle character, and Amber Heard, who portrayed Mera.
Director/co-writer and San Antonio native Robert Rodriguez admits he really wasnt interested in making a Robert Rodriguez movie when the opportunity to make Alita: Battle Angel fell into his lap.
The Rivard Report
110 E Houston St #207
San Antonio, TX 78205 Directions
Nothing in Saturdays Q&A changed my assumption that voters will conclude the best candidate for mayor already has the job, Robert Rivard writes in a commentary.The post The Race for San Antonio Mayor a Second Referendum appeared first on Rivard Report.
Lice Baby poop A horrible mom Listen To Your Mother SA seeks local auditioners to tell their tales of motherhood Feb. 22-23 for its May 11 storytelling event.The post If You Havent Listened To Your Mother, Nows Your Chance appeared first on Rivard Report.
About 200 signed up to participate in the 25th year of Basura Bash along Salado Creek at Tobin Park. More than 2,500 signed up to volunteer citywide.The post 25th Annual Basura Bash Banishes Trash From the Banks of San Antonio Waterways appeared first on Rivard Report.
KLRN is working with PBS and Committee for Children to create a social-emotional learning program for young San Antonians not enrolled in a preschool.The post KLRN Creates 21st Century Mr. Rogers Neighborhood for SAs Youngest Students appeared first on Rivard Report.
The Rivard Report reached out to each candidate for a Q&A that introduces themselves to voters.The post San Antonio, Meet Your 2019 Mayoral Candidates appeared first on Rivard Report.
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