San Antonio Store Where Police Called 600 Times To CloseA convenience store where San Antonio police have been called more than 600 times to respond to criminal activity is closing after the city threatened store owners with a lawsuit under the state's nuisance code.
SeaWorld Profits Up As Revenue & Attendance DropsSeaWorld's revenue fell as the theme park and entertainment company's attendance declined, sending the company's shares lower in premarket trading.
First Independent To Win Texas House Seat In DecadesLaura Thompson won a special election and will be the first Independent in the Texas Legislature in decades. But her term only lasts through December. She won't likely be serving while the Legislature is in session.
5 Train Cars Derail In Texas, Spilling Chemical, Injuring 2Authorities say five train cars overturned outside of San Antonio, spilling about 1,000 gallons of sodium hydroxide and prompting a temporary evacuation.
Years Of Work, Study Ahead For Alamo OverhaulThe lead expert in the development of a long-term master plan for the Alamo says a first-rate overhaul will require years of study and fundraising.
Ex TCU QB Trevone Boykin Charged With Assault For Alamo Bowl Bar BrawlFormer TCU quarterback Trevone Boykin was charged with assault for a fight at a San Antonio night club before this year's Alamo Bowl.
Ex-Immigration Attorney In Texas Barred From PracticingAn immigration lawyer who filed asylum documents on behalf of clients while knowing they were ineligible can no longer practice in Texas.
Translucent Blind Catfish Found In Texas CaveA never before seen species of fish was recently discovered in Texas - and they're unique in color, size, and the fact that they're blind.
Julian Castro Returning To Texas Under VP RumorsJulian Castro is returning home to San Antonio on Friday swarmed by the same speculation as when he left Texas for Washington two years ago. Is the Hispanic politician vice presidential material?
Historic Texas Site Among 20 Vying For Preservation FundsTwenty historic sites in national parks, including one in Texas, are vying for $2 million in preservation grants, and the public is invited to vote for their favorite places.
San Antonio Service Held For Tejano Star Emilio NavairaThousands gathered at a San Antonio coliseum on Sunday to mourn Grammy Award winning Tejano star Emilio Navaira on the day before his funeral service was set to be held.
San Antonio Food Bank, Federal Parks Join To Provide ProduceThe San Antonio Food Bank and the National Park Service are joining forces for a project that will provide up to about 500,000 pounds of fresh produce annually to feed the hungry.