2016 Hailstorms Cost Texas Homeowners $5 BillionThe Texas Department of Insurance released information about the state's hail losses from last year, and the results were not good. Homeowner losses were the highest ever recorded, totaling up to more than $5 billion.
Texas Man Gets 30-Year Prison Sentence For 11th DWIA man in San Antonio has been sentenced to 30 years in prison for what prosecutors said was his 11th DWI conviction. Jurors convicted 57-year-old San Juan Garcia of felony DWI in a January 2014 traffic incident.
Grease Fire Blamed For Blaze Along San Antonio River WalkAuthorities say hundreds of shoppers and hotel guests were safely evacuated after a grease fire at a mall along the San Antonio River Walk poured thick smoke into the tourist area.
No Immediate Ruling On Fate Of Texas' 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA daylong court hearing about the constitutionality of the law — the first hearing since Republican Gov. Greg Abbott signed the bill known as SB4 in May — ended without Garcia ruling whether he will let Texas enforce the law. He did not set a timetable for a decision.
Federal Judge Considers Fate Of Texas 'Sanctuary Cities' LawA federal judge is considering whether a new Texas "sanctuary cities" crackdown backed by the Trump administration can take effect.
San Antonio Wife Sentenced To Prison For Killed Officer HusbandA woman has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for killing her husband — a San Antonio police officer — by running him over with her vehicle.
Houston Joining Lawsuit Against 'Sanctuary Cities' LawHouston city leaders have voted to join a lawsuit trying to halt a Texas law that would crackdown on 'sanctuary cities.' Dallas, Austin, San Antonio, El Paso County and several organizations are already challenging the law.
Lawyers: Trump Administration May Back Texas Immigration LawAttorneys trying to halt a Texas law that would crackdown on "sanctuary cities" say the U.S. Justice Department has asked to weigh in on the case.
Texas Cities Mark Juneteenth With Family EventsCommunities across Texas have celebrated Juneteenth with flags, food and historic remembrances of when Texas slaves, more than 150 years ago, learned that they were free.
Fort Hood Officials Declare Missing Soldier DeadFort Hood officials have declared a missing soldier dead two months after he and his vehicle were swept away by a flash flood.
American Airlines Plane Veers Off Texas Runway, Stuck In MudAn American Airlines plane veered off of a runway at the San Antonio airport during takeoff on Saturday morning and got stuck in the mud, authorities said.
Lockdown Lifted After ‘Security Incident’ At San Antonio Air Force BaseAuthorities at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland are responding to a “security incident” at the base, according to their social media accounts.