‘I regret it every day’: One of the last remaining members of the Texas 7 talks prison escape, pending execution
Texas Crime Stories takes you back to the brazen prison escape almost 23 years ago that led to the death of an Irving police officer and what one of the remaining members of the Texas 7 has to say now as he sits on death row.
South Texas Business Partnership and Live from the Southside join forces to empower local businesses
South Texas Business Partnership (SOTX) and Live from the Southside (LFTSS) are thrilled to announce their strategic partnership to foster growth and support the vibrant business community in the South Texas region.
On the Texas-Mexico border, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service gives an owl protected status, seeks to declare two mussel species endangered
Wildlife groups have long lobbied for increased protection for the cactus ferruginous pygmy owl. The agency says the mussels species are threatened by reduced flow and poor water quality in the Rio Grande.
CHECK IT OUT: February meteorites found in South Texas now on display at the Witte Museum
Five of these meteorites are now on display at the “Welcome to Earth” exhibit at the Witte Museum. You can check them out through the summer months and even touch a 4.56 billion-year-old meteorite that was discovered in Morocco back in 2000!
Bill requiring armed security at all Texas schools heads to Gov. Abbott’s desk
A sweeping school security bill has passed the Texas Legislature and now heads to Gov. Greg Abbott's desk. It does not include gun control measures, but instead mandates armed security at every school campus in Texas. Opponents say it's the wrong vision for school safety.
Leading SA: Region leader for Alzheimer’s Association discusses research, funding and medical advancements for disease
Greg Sciuto, the leader and executive director of the Alzheimer’s Association’s San Antonio & South Texas chapter, joined Leading SA to talk about Alzheimer’s & Brain Awareness Month in June.
Border Patrol staff didn’t review sick 8-year-old girl’s file before she died in Texas facility
An internal investigation finds that Border Patrol medical staff declined to review the file of an 8-year-old girl with a chronic heart condition and rare blood disorder before died on her ninth day in custody.
After historic drought, lawmakers agree on billion-dollar plan to expand water supplies, fix infrastructure
Following one of the hottest summers on record, lawmakers have set an ambitious target: By 2033, they want to bump up the state’s water supply by an amount equal to three of the largest reservoirs in the state.
Have you seen her? Submachine gun stolen from Converse gun range; woman caught on surveillance camera
A sub machine gun once safely locked up in a Converse gun store and shooting range now may be out on the streets of South Texas. Surveillance video shows the woman walking out with the gun and taking off in a truck. Now law enforcement needs the public's help identifying her.
'Risk it all': Migrant surge as US prepares for Title 42 end
A recent surge of migrants in the Brownsville, Texas, area of the U.S.-Mexico border is highlighting immigration challenges as the U.S. prepares for the end of a policy linked to the coronavirus pandemic that allowed it to quickly expel many migrants.