SAN ANTONIO - It's been another busy week in San Antonio, and we're taking a look back at some of the biggest local stories we've covered since Sunday. See what stories made the headlines in This Week in 210.
The week started with new information about a triple shooting in a far Northwest Side neighborhood.
Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar revealed 37-year-old Nichole Olsen’s death was ruled a suicide.
KSAT also learned Olsen’s two daughters, 16-year-old Alexa Montez and 10-year-old London Bribriescas, were the other two victims in the shooting.
Salazar said the investigation will continue into the shooting at the home in the luxury, gated community. No arrests or suspects had been named as of Friday afternoon.
Two of the three people charged in the King Jay Davila case have been targets of aggression while in custody at the Bexar County Jail.
Authorities confirmed that Angie Torres was attacked by three inmates Jan. 9 while in a bathroom.
King Jay’s grandmother, Beatrice Sampayo, was spit on by an inmate Jan. 11 as she was being escorted from her cell in the infirmary.
The two women and King Jay’s father, Christopher Davila, all face charges in the case.
Cibolo residents put out a warning on social media this week after hot dogs stuffed with metal, glass and crushed pills were found in neighborhood streets and near a park.
Police said Thursday no pets or people have been hurt by the tampered food.
Officers also said a person of interest had been identified in the case, but they did not have any suspects at the time.
It was another high profile return this week as Tony Parker took the court at the AT&T Center as a member of the Hornets.
Parker played 17 seasons with San Antonio before moving on to Charlotte.
The Spurs played a tribute video to Parker and the fans gave two standing ovations to the four-time NBA champion.
Parker was triumphant in his return as the Hornets beat the Spurs, 108 to 93.
Someone in San Antonio became a million dollars richer this week thanks to a Texas Lottery scratch ticket.
Texas lottery officials said the Alamo City resident claimed the prize from the scratch ticket game called $200 Million Cash Explosion.
The ticket was purchased at Evers Food Mart on Evers Road.
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