San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside welcomed three leaders of public safety agencies to a Thursday panel about crime on the East Side.
The Bexar County Fire Marshal warned residents about the dangers of fireworks ahead of the Fourth of July holiday.
DA Joe Gonzales announced that law enforcement officers on Monday will start citing and releasing people who commit low-level, nonviolent offenses.
Former Councilman Greg Brockhouse and his wife say she called police to their home in 2009 following an argument but denied any physical altercation.
Since San Antonio adopted Vision Zero, traffic fatalities have not decreased significantly. Tech Bloc hosted a panel Monday on how to improve those numbers.
A Boerne resident has been indicted on charges of intoxication manslaughter and failure to stop and render aid in a death of a cyclist in February.
City Council members got budget previews from the San Antonio police and fire departments as the budgeting process for 2020 gets underway.
Helotes residents expressed their concerns Monday about the safety of an intersection near Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church.
The firefighters union and City of San Antonio have agreed to another deadline extension for labor contract negotiations, according to union and City spokespeople.
A San Antonio Police Department spokeswoman confirmed a woman in her early 30s was struck and killed by a charter bus Tuesday afternoon.