June Kachtik worked nearly four decades in the trenches to protect San Antonio’s main drinking water supply and promote sustainable land use.
At a time when women did not share the same opportunities as men, women like Charline McCombs somehow found ways to make a real difference.
“She knew that one of the joys of her life was to make sure that those who had less were given opportunities.” – Spurs Coach Gregg Popovich
More than 1,800 firefighters, friends, and family members mourned San Antonio firefighter Greg Garza during a funeral mass at Community Bible Church.
Hundreds of firefighters solemnly walked through downtown to honor fallen firefighter Greg Garza, who was killed while on duty last week.
One of the forefathers of Spanish-language media, Emilio Nicolás, who played a part in the founding of Spanish-language network Univision, died in his San Antonio home on Saturday.
Carol Ann Cockrell Gulley, daughter of the late former mayor Lila Cockrell, died unexpectedly on Friday, Oct. 4 following a brief illness. She was 74.
The media executive and philanthropist died Sept. 16 at age 92. A memorial service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at First Presbyterian Church.
Commentary: Former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros remembers Dr. Alfonso Chiscano as the “best example of the Spanish character I have ever known.”
The funeral of Dr. Alfonso “Chico” Chiscano was held Friday at the San Fernando Cathedral.
Former Mayor Henry Cisneros recounted the life and contributions of Lila Cockrell, San Antonio’s first female mayor, in a tribute he read during her funeral Thursday.
Hundreds of Lila Cockrell’s friends and family gathered at Laurel Heights United Methodist Church on Thursday morning for her funeral services.
Former mayor Lila Cockrell loved many people, and they loved her back. They shared happy memories of her with each other Tuesday evening.