In the mid-1960s as he practiced law in San Antonio, there was no sign – aside from his gregarious personality – that Herb Kelleher was destined to become a marketing icon and visionary leader of an upstart airline.
A capacity crowd at San Fernando Cathedral paid their respects to the longtime commissioner and former state lawmaker and educator who died Dec. 27.
Hundreds gathered at San Fernando Cathedral on Wednesday evening to say the rosary for County Commissioner Paul Elizondo.
Bexar County Commissioner Paul Elizondo represented the county’s Precinct 2 for more than 35 years and was known for his expertise in county finances.
Bush’s presidential library is located on Texas A&M’s campus in College Station and the late president will be interred there.
George Herbert Walker Bush, the patriarch of a storied political family of Texas and the United States, has died.
Lee, who served as editor-in-chief, publisher, and chairman of Marvel Comics, died Monday in Los Angeles. He was 95.
Kathleen Sommers owned a Monte Vista boutique of the same name and was one of San Antonio’s best-loved fashion designers.
Whittier left San Antonio to become the first African-American letter winner in Texas Longhorns’ football history in 1970.
The street on the city’s East Side, formerly known as Rio Grande, honors San Antonio blues legend Melvin “Mel” Waiters.