Theme, water parks in San Antonio area gear up for busy season, offer abundance of seasonal jobs
Local theme parks and water parks are struggling to get their young workforce back on the job as they gear up for the busy summer season, and they’re facing some setbacks.
Children of San Antonio doctors among first to get Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to set example for others
Children of doctors in the San Antonio community lined up to get a COVID-19 vaccine shortly after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s advisory committee endorsed the use of the Pfizer shot in kids as young as 12 years old on Wednesday.
‘I am angry. I am hurt.’: Devastated father describes moments leading up to the shooting death of his 6-year-old daughter
A father devastated by the recent loss of his 6-year-old daughter during a traditional family outing is sharing his side of what took place leading up to the fatal shooting.
39 people found after dozens bail out of 18-wheeler at far East Side truck stop, SAPD says
Homeland Security Investigations responded to a call from San Antonio after police say 80 to 100 people escaped from the back of an 18-wheeler when an officer arrived to investigate the suspicious big rig at a far East Side truck stop.