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.
Authorities identify motorcyclist fatally struck by SUV on Northwest Side
A <a href="https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021/07/16/man-on-motorized-bike-hospitalized-after-being-hit-by-suv-police-say/" target="_blank">59-year-old man on a motorcycle </a>who was fatally struck by an SUV early Friday morning on the Northwest Side has been identified.
Firefighters respond to fire at fireworks stand in West Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County firefighters responded to a fire at a fireworks stand in West Bexar County early Thursday morning. In a video sent to the KSAT newsroom, firefighters were seen battling a blaze around 6 a.m. near a Mr. W. stand near on S. Ellison just inside Loop 1604. The Bexar County Fire Department said the fire was put out around 7:45 a.m. No one was hurt by the fire. The fire department said they do not believe the cause to be suspicious in nature and that the damage is estimated at $55,000. The Bexar County Fire Marshals office is conducting an investigation.
Pair avoid serious injury in rollover crash on NW Side, police say
SAN ANTONIO – A man and a woman were not seriously hurt after rolling their vehicle on the access road of Interstate 10 late Sunday night, San Antonio police said. The crash happened around 11:30 p.m. near Sherwood Drive, not far from Vance Jackson Road on the city’s Northwest Side. According to police, the man for an unknown reason lost control and rolled the vehicle. The San Antonio Police Department, the San Antonio Fire Department and EMS all answered the call. No other vehicles were involved in the crash.
5 detained after kicking in door of apartment, robbing victim at gunpoint, police say
5 detained after kicking in door of apartment, robbing victim at gunpoint, police sayPublished: November 3, 2020, 11:23 amFive people are in custody following a home invasion and robbery at a Northwest Side apartment overnight, San Antonio police said.
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
As seen on SA Live - Wednesday, September 16, 2020
SAN ANTONIO – Today at 1 p.m. on SA Live, pizza with a San Antonio twist, a new NW Side brunch spot, celebrating Diez y Seis, Wild Wednesday and more. Speaking of pizza...Mike and Fiona will try some unusual pizza flavors today on the show! Don’t forget to check out the list of San Antonio’s influential Latinos - KSAT’s own Jessie Degollado is on it! SA Live airs weekdays at 1 p.m. on KSAT 12. Stream the show anytime from the KSAT TV app on Roku, Fire Stick, a smart TV or smartphone.
SAPD: Man taken to hospital after appearing at hotel with gunshot wound to face
SAN ANTONIO A local man was taken to an area hospital after he appeared at a Northwest Side hotel with a gunshot wound to the face early Wednesday morning, San Antonio police said. Officers were called around 3:30 a.m. to the 1600 block of Babcock Road, after receiving word of someone injured. According to police, the victim had showed up at a get together at the Star Inn Hotel near Ingram Road and Loop 410 and told people there that he had been shot. Police said someone tried to drive the man to a hospital, but pulled over in a Golds Gym parking lot on Babcock Road to call for help. The victim was taken by EMS to University Hospital for his injuries.
Firefighters deal with smoke, electrical problem at NW Side H-E-B
SAN ANTONIO San Antonio firefighters responding to a call for a structure fire at a Northwest Side H-E-B early Thursday morning instead found a bit of smoke and small electrical problem. Firefighters arrived just after 1 a.m. to the H-E-B grocery store in the 9900 block of Wurzbach Road, not far from Interstate 10 to find light smoke around the pharmacy. Firefighters said they laddered up to the roof and found the issue to be part of the ventilation system. Fire officials said they managed to fix the issue and that workers were allowed back into the building a short while later. There were no reports of injuries.
Mail thefts on Northwest Side keeping police busy, annoy residents
SAN ANTONIO People in a Northwest Side neighborhood woke up to bad news at their mail boxes Thursday morning. Police arrested Juan Benavides, 50, in connection with mail thefts at an apartment complex in the 3700 block of Medical Drive. An arrest warrant affidavit says he was caught on camera May 30, prying into two cluster boxes there and stealing mail from 55 individual boxes. They ask anyone who might recognize him as someone who targeted their mail to call their Prue Property Crimes Unit at (210) 207-8326. Were gonna work with the postal service to see about getting some more secure type of box, he said.
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.