If you knew Jaime Martinez, chances are you probably have what I call a “Jaime story.”
I was introduced to Jaime P. Martinez by Rosie Castro at Panchito’s on Zarzamora Street in San Antonio’s Westside in the spring of 1997.
Friends and activists mourning the passing of civil rights leader Jaime Martinez sang, chanted, and released red and black balloons in his honor.
The high school sophomore died by self-inflicted asphyxiation on July 8, allegedly following the promptings of the nefarious online Blue Whale Challenge.
Officer Miguel Moreno is the 14th officer to be killed in the line of duty since 2000, and his death follows two recent passings of other first responders.
Duran’s passing comes after several years of battling Alzheimer’s disease. Duran had retired last year and passed the reins of La Prensa to his daughter.
The memorial for Sue Duffy Thursday night in King William Park strayed from the typical somber affair.
For families and loved ones of those we remember, every single day is Memorial Day.
Unlike the Old Guard caisson, Fort Sam’s caisson unit is relatively new. It was established soon after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
While “Seven Dates with Death” focuses on Moreese Bickham’s experience as a death row inmate, it also included “a positive military dimension to his story.”