Man Arrested In Texas Sentenced For Killing, Dismembering BoyfriendA man who killed and dismembered his boyfriend, leaving the head near the famous Hollywood sign in California, has been sentenced to 25 years to life in prison.
Whale With Stomach Problem Dies At SeaWorldA female beluga whale with apparent stomach trouble has died at SeaWorld in San Antonio. A park statement said that the whale, named Stella, died Friday while being treated for gastrointestinal problems.
North Texas Beats Texas San Antonio 30-23This was UNT's first win of the year.
Alamo Makeover May Reverse Ravages Of Time Centuries of rainfall and punishing Texas sunshine are slowly doing what cannon fire and barrages of Mexican bullets couldn't back in 1836 — disintegrating the Alamo.
San Antonio University Investigating Report Of Armed PersonOfficials at a San Antonio university say authorities are investigating a report of an armed individual spotted on campus.
Schools Find Alternatives To Suspending StudentsRecently, Irving teen Ahmed Mohamed was suspended from school after a teacher mistook his homemade clock for a bomb.
Sanctions Considered After Hit On RefereeThe governing body for Texas public high school sports is scheduled to meet again on the case of two San Antonio high school football players deliberately hitting a referee during a game.
Hillary Clinton Seeks To Solidify Support Among Latinos Riding high from Tuesday night's debate, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton brings her Presidential campaign to Texas today.
San Antonio Man Sentenced To 12 Years For String Of Bank RobberiesA South Texas man has been sentenced to 12 years in prison for a string of bank robberies along the Interstate 35 corridor between Austin and San Antonio.
Texas Set To Buy 3 Buildings Near Alamo Amid Revamp ProjectThe state has agreed to buy three buildings near the Alamo as part of a revamp of the historic shrine and its surrounding plaza in downtown San Antonio.
Silver Alert Issued For Missing Senior Includes Fort WorthStandley Paul Short was last seen around 1:15 p.m. Sunday in Montgomery County.
Texas Football Players Who Hit Ref To Remain In Alternative SchoolThe two suspended students, Michael Moreno and Victor Rojas, appeared Wednesday at separate disciplinary hearings, which were closed to the public.