San Antonio man demands justice after wife killed in crash with suspected drunken driver
A driver is charged with intoxication manslaughter and intoxication assault after 53-year-old Gabriella Padilla was killed and several others were injured in a crash on the NW Side, according to San Antonio police.
Police: Pedestrian dies after stuck by vehicle on NW Side
Police: Pedestrian dies after stuck by vehicle on NW SideAccording to Leon Valley Police, a man died after he was stuck by a vehicle on the Northwest Side late Saturday night. According to Leon Valley Police, a man died after he was stuck by a vehicle on the Northwest Side late Saturday night. Photo: 21 Pro Video Photo: 21 Pro Video Image 1 of / 3 Caption Close Police: Pedestrian dies after stuck by vehicle on NW Side 1 / 3 Back to GalleryAccording to Leon Valley Police, a man died after he was stuck by a vehicle on the Northwest Side late Saturday night. Officials said a woman was driving northbound on Wurzbach Road when she lost control of her vehicle, jumped a sidewalk, hit a pedestrian and slammed into a tree. The man hit by the vehicle was pronounced dead at the scene.mysanantonio.com
Church volunteers help clean up neighborhood after Memorial Day storms
SAN ANTONIO Clean up from the Memorial Day storms was underway Tuesday morning thanks to some church volunteers. About a dozen volunteers with Texas Baptist Men, a volunteer group with First Baptist Church, came together to clean up one of the neighborhoods damaged from Monday nights severe weather. Dwain Carter, the state director of Texas Baptist Men, said they will be in the neighborhood near the street Rosa Trail all day clearing storm debris. National Weather Service confirms EF1 tornado in San Antonio over Memorial Day weekendOur mission is to bring help, hope and healing to anyone that has a need, Carter said. The area where the volunteers are helping clean up is located about five miles away from that subdivision.
Surveying crew finds skeletal human remains near UTSA
SAN ANTONIO - San Antonio police are investigating after skeletal human remains were found on the city's NW Side near the campus of the University of Texas at San Antonio. SAPD officers went to the 7200 block of N. Loop 1604 West near Babcock Road at 10:53 a.m. Tuesday after the remains were found in a field by surveying workers. Michael Oliva said at this time investigators do not know the identity of the remains but hope clothing and items will help them in the case. The Police Department's homicide and crime scene investigation units are at the scene collecting evidence, Oliva said. RELATED: Witnesses to fatal East Side shooting 'uncooperative,' police sayOliva said the Bexar County Medical Examiner's Office has been notified and will later collect the remains to determine the victim's identity.