More than 1,800 firefighters, friends, and family members mourned San Antonio firefighter Greg Garza during a funeral mass at Community Bible Church.
University Health System will distribute more than 17,000 gun locks to San Antonio residents starting in November.
An on-duty firefighter died after being struck by a vehicle as he was getting out of his fire apparatus just east of downtown San Antonio.
Local police, fire, and other public safety agencies will conduct training exercises around Hemisfair in downtown San Antonio over the next few weeks.
The San Antonio Police Department is upgrading to a new process for how it reports crimes to the FBI.
A San Antonio City Council committee initiated a process Wednesday that could lead to the City’s first gun buyback program.
Former Councilman Judge William “Cruz” Chaw presides over a pre-adjudication drug court that gives first-time drug offenders a chance to clear their records.
Bexar County and the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office will each contribute $25,000 to purchase gun locks to distribute for free and fund a gun safety campaign.
At least five people were killed and 21 others were injured in shootings near Midland and Odessa Saturday.
A new state law could help people with autism avoid miscommunication with law enforcement officials during traffic stops.