Two injured in vehicle hit-and-run on I-35; police looking for driver who fled
Two people are in the hospital after their vehicle was struck from behind on the northbound lanes of Interstate 35 early Saturday morning. Police say the driver who hit them failed to stop and ran from the scene.
With Wembanyama out for San Antonio, Pelicans extend Spurs’ skid to 14 games
Jonas Valanciunas had 24 points and 12 rebounds, Trey Murphy scored 18 points in his first appearance this season and the New Orleans Pelicans beat San Antonio 121-106 on Friday night to send the Spurs to their 14th straight loss.
‘There is a lot of hope’: Lives remembered, progress recognized for World AIDS Day in San Antonio
Living Positive San Antonio has quilts hanging through the weekend mourning the lives of dozens of people who died due to AIDS. Its working to educate the community on what life looks like now for people living HIV-positive.
SA community sounds off during CPS Energy tele town hall on proposed rate increase
The city-owned utility proposed to increase its gas and electric base rates by 4.25% in a pair of meetings earlier this month before the CPS Energy Board of Trustees and San Antonio City Council. Customers during a meeting on Thursday night asked why.
Young scores 45 as Hawks rally past Wembanyama, Sochan to hand Spurs 13th straight loss
Trae Young scored a season-high 45 points and drew a charge from Jeremy Sochan with 2.7 seconds left as the Atlanta Hawks handed the San Antonio Spurs their 13th straight loss with a 137-135 victory on Thursday night.
After mistrial, prosecutors dismiss charge against ex-SAPD officer, reindict second officer on reduced charge
A former San Antonio police officer accused of beating a man after kicking in the door of his East Side home has been reindicted on a lesser charge of assault while a fellow officer involved in the case has had his charge dismissed, court records obtained Thursday by KSAT Investigates show.
Ex-Johnson High School staffer to be charged under new felony child grooming law
Daniela Franco, 23, a teacher’s assistant at Johnson High School resigned in lieu of termination last month and is now wanted on a felony child grooming warrant after North East Independent School District police said she sent nude photos and lewd videos of herself to a teenage student at the school.
Sen. Cornyn tells KSAT he’s confident rape kit backlog bill will pass
It's been made clear, party lines don't matter when it comes to rape kit testing. Two weeks ago, the U.S. House passed a version of the Debbie Smith act of 2023, which would continue funding to end the backlog of untested DNA evidence in sexual assaults.