Cruz Cortez, who died Thursday, founded Mi Tierra Café and Bakery and was the matriarch of the five-generation La Familia Cortez.
More than 300 church and community members gathered Sunday morning to worship, pray, remember the shooting victims and to dedicate the new building.
A respected pioneer in affordable housing development in San Antonio, Dan Markson of The NRP Group died unexpectedly May 4.
Today’s Latino political leaders express no doubt about Andy Sarabia’s role as a social justice pioneer who made life better for the city’s Mexican-American population.
Artist and gay icon Gene Elder died in his River Road home Sunday at the age of 69. A close friend remembers his colorful life.
Mark Richter, founding artistic and general director of Alamo City Opera, died Sunday night at age 51.
Olga Madrid’s work to uplift women in San Antonio’s West Side will be remembered and carried on by those she inspired.
Jeanie Wyatt, a pioneer and national force in the banking and investment industry, died at age 65 after a battle with a rare form of appendix cancer.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
Bill Powers presided over the University of Texas at Austin during a period of significant change.