Two months after the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history, support has poured in from across the country to help Sutherland Springs rebuild. One San Antonian’s effort has raised more than $1 million for a new church.
The year’s top story in San Antonio for this journalist is an easy call: Politics.
By many measures and in every slice of life, 2017 was an eventful year for San Antonio, Texas, and the United States.
When tens of thousands of runners line up at the start for this weekend’s Humana Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon in San Antonio, they will be protected by security measures adopted in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombing in 2013 and the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, event organizers said.
Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick requested Friday that State Attorney General Ken Paxton issue an opinion clarifying whether congregants can bring guns to church.
Students in a creative writing class at Our Lady of the Lake University share personal essays about the Sutherland Springs shootings of Nov. 5
Seven days after a gunman opened fire on worshipers at First Baptist, a congregation of about 50 – before 26 were slain – had multiplied to more than 500.
There were 417 workplace homicides in the United States in 2015, comprising about 9 percent of all fatal occupational injuries in 2015.
San Antonio roofing company executive Brad Beldon on Wednesday announced plans to build a new place of worship for Sutherland Springs residents.
The Air Force’s failure to send Kelley’s criminal records to civilian authorities allowed him to obtain guns. Such failings are widespread and longstanding.