San Antonio Spurs: ESPN records two remarkable victories in a single week

After all, San Antonio Spurs fans, ESPN does occasionally get things right. It’s easy to see why Spurs fans have been dissatisfied with the major sports network throughout the years, given their long history of favoring big-market teams and personalities. Even in their heyday, the Spurs didn’t always seem to earn the respect they deserved. … Read more

A series of movie deals has been signed by San Antonio-based talent, ranging from Robert Rodriguez to Henry Thomas

There hasn’t been a shortage of new Hollywood projects, and there hasn’t been any shortage of Alamo City-based filmmakers, performers, and other innovators working in them. Deals and projects with HBO and HBO Max, Paramount+, Netflix, and others are among them. Here’s what some of San Antonio’s local talent has been up to this month. … Read more

COVID-19 issues claim the lives of three San Antonio family members in a matter of days

The coronavirus has affected three pillars of one San Antonio family in just a few days. A father and his two daughters were all infected with the virus and died within eight days after being admitted to the ICU. “Moms take care of everything,” Desiree Moczygemba said, adding that her three loved ones all caught … Read more

San Antonio’s mask mandate was rejected by the Texas Supreme Court

The Texas Supreme Court on Thursday overturned a mask rule in San Antonio’s school districts, the latest municipal regulation to be overturned in the state as discussions continue over how to keep children and educators secure while returning to in-person instruction. Governor Greg Abbott and Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton have both spoken out against … Read more

Abbott and Paxton are taking the local mask mandate to the Texas Supreme Court for the second time

Gov. Greg Abbott has requested the Texas Supreme Court to stop the mask mandate in San Antonio and Bexar County, citing an adverse decision by an appellate court. On Aug. 16, a Bexar County district judge issued a temporary injunction permitting the city and county to mandate masks in public buildings and schools. The mask … Read more

Eisenhower Park and the Rim are connected by San Antonio’s newest path, which will open soon

It’s difficult to miss the massive fence with the sign “Leon Creek Greenway: Coming 2021” as you enter Eisenhower Park. According to Brandon Ross of the Howard W. Peak Greenway Trails System, the new 2-mile paved trail between Eisenhower Park and the Rim should be open to the public by the end of September. On … Read more

A ‘Blue Alert’ threw San Antonio and the rest of Texas into a panicked night

A “Blue Alert” rang out across San Antonio on Monday night, sending residents (and Twitter) into a frenzy. Other than that, the notice, which went out at 11:30 p.m., included very little information “This area is under a Law Enforcement Blue Alert until August 17 at 12:59 a.m. CDT. Keep an eye on the radio … Read more

After an alleged incident in San Antonio, Jermall Charlo responds to a warrant and is released on bond

Jermall Charlo has been released on bond after answering an arrest warrant for felony robbery charges stemming from an alleged incident in San Antonio earlier this summer. After learning of an outstanding warrant issued on August 7, the unbeaten two-division and reigning WBC middleweight champion turned himself into Bexar County police on Wednesday morning. Charlo … Read more

San Antonio International Airport Will Get a Whataburger

Early Tuesday at San Antonio International Airport, there was a Whataburger love party as authorities announced intentions to add the San Antonio burger business to the Terminal A food roster. Whataburger is planned to open next spring in the former Chick-fil-A location. Chick-fil-A and the drama that erupted in March 2019 when a split Municipal … Read more

San Antonio’s public transportation system has launched a new mobile ticketing system

Via Metropolitan Transit in San Antonio has modified its fare payment mobile app in collaboration with Masabi and the Transit app. Customers will be able to purchase mobile fares at any time and from any location using either the new goMobile+ app or the Transit app, which integrates real-time travel planning and payment in a … Read more

Police arrest husband in the murder of San Antonio woman who disappeared in 2019

San Antonio Police have a suspect in jail more than two years after a woman’s disappearance aroused suspicion, searches, and an investigation. Reyes Gallegos, 37, was arrested on the west side “without incident,” according to police. Authorities say he’s wanted for the murder of Cecilia Huerta Gallegos, who has been missing since July of this … Read more

Metro Health has scheduled a date for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccine boosters, and $100 gift cards could be on the way

According to the agency’s chief, the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District will begin providing COVID-19 booster shots on September 20. Furthermore, beginning in late September, Metro Health may offer $100 gift cards as an incentive to get fully vaccinated. According to Claude Jacob, the new director of the city-run health district, US officials are expected … Read more

Governor Abbott has asked the Texas Supreme Court to lift the injunction against him issued by the city of San Antonio over the mask mandate

Governor Greg Abbott of Texas filed a motion with the Texas Supreme Court on Monday, requesting that a temporary injunction against him be lifted. He also wants the injunction lifted by judicial order. If the request is granted, municipal officials may face penalties for enacting mask laws. Last Monday, San Antonio and Bexar County won … Read more

Dressing Nonprofits for Success San Antonio assists folks in getting back on their feet and back to work

Because so many families in and around San Antonio are hurting financially as a result of the pandemic, some local NGOs are attempting to assist people in returning to work. Dress for Success San Antonio is one of these groups. Interim executive director of Dress for Success San Antonio, Stephanie Shokrian said that “It’s been … Read more