“The last thing we want to do is be in denial and say that this could never happen in San Antonio,” Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar told the crowd. “It could and it might.”
Seventeen years after he installed it, renowned local muralist Jesse Treviño spent the week working on La Virgen de Guadalupe Veladora.
San Antonio’s lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, and asexual community came together Saturday for the annual Pride Bigger than Texas.
Claimed to be the largest illuminated night parade in the U.S., Flambeau offers revelers the chance to gather under the night sky and appreciate local art, music, and culture.
The Battle of Flowers Association marked its 128th parade Friday morning. Thousands of people wearing colorful clothing and floral crowns came to celebrate.
The 75th annual Texas Cavaliers River Parade entertained thousands of spectators, and the Cavaliers’ foundation raised $1.5 million for children’s causes.
Hundreds of cyclists rode to Houston Street at North Palmetto Avenue, where Tito Bradshaw was struck by a car. He died Monday afternoon.
Though temperatures hovered between the high 40s and mid-50s, plenty of San Antonians took to the streets to enjoy a car-free trip through the South Side.
San Antonio’s Muslim community came together Saturday for a vigil in the wake of deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand this month.
Kimble Cattle Co. has been bringing its longhorns to the kickoff event for the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo for six years.