On Sept. 30, San Antonio launched a city-wide initiative to provide blood transfusions inside ambulances to people who have suffered major blood loss.
The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) determined seven factors contributed to firefighter Scott Deem’s death and the injuries of two others.
A San Antonio-based initiative focuses on ending the overutilization of emergency services by connecting people to the right type of care.
San Antonio’s public safety agencies need more money to better serve their employees and constituents, two top executives said Wednesday.
A procedure called mechanical thrombectomy can result in better outcomes for stroke patients whose symptoms are recognized quickly.
As renovations continue, a new food truck will offer loyal fans their favorite fare until the near-Northside eatery reopens.
Police and fire departments, business owners, and event organizers in San Antonio are examining their security measures after the massacre.
Local nonprofit and religious organizations, public organizations, and individuals are stepping up to assist those affected by Tropical Storm Harvey.
Police officers, firefighters, and paramedics work in a culture that separates the helper from those in need of help.
San Antonio saw heavy rainfall throughout the city on Monday morning. A flash flood warning has been issued for Bexar County until 12.15 p.m. on Aug. 7.