Brad Dehart, 45, passed away on Saturday, Feb. 18, after a car accident on the frontage road of Nacogdoches Road, where his car struck a light pole.
Following a City Council mandate in May, San Antonio Pets Alive hired an executive director this summer.
The Texas State Senate Committee on Criminal Justice heard testimonies on cyberbullying, an issue that several speakers agreed has escalated in recent years, at the State Capitol in Austin Tuesday.
Eight months after Alamo Heights High School student David Molak took his own life in response to online abuse, his family’s efforts to prevent cyberbullying continue.
José Silva and his dog, Pinto, arrived at the St.
Thursday’s vigil at Crockett Park demonstrated communal grief for the Orlando massacre victims and their families as well as a growing fear of the dangers faced by marginalized groups, particularly LGBTQIA communities, communities of color, and Muslim communities.
Nearly 300 people gathered around Crockett Park’s gazebo in San Antonio during the fading evening light on Sunday to mourn the victims of a mass shooting at Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, where U.S. citizen Omar Mateen opened fire in the early hours of June 12.
San Antonio City Council gave San Antonio Pets Alive a one-time $375,000 grant to continue operations on Thursday, but in order to receive the money the struggling nonprofit must jump through several hoops.
Cliff Molak is a 24-year-old medical student who speaks carefully and has never shown much interest in publicly discussing his politics.
On one of the first chilly nights in weeks, more than 100 people milled around the Paper Tiger on South St.