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WATCH LIVE: Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar holds news conference on deputy’s death at 3 p.m.

A seasoned deputy with the Bexar County Sheriff's Office was found dead Thursday morning, according to Sheriff Javier Salazar. → Read More

Crime Stoppers offer $5,000 for info on driver who fatally struck 68-year-old man

Police are looking for the driver of a red sedan who ran over a San Antonio man. → Read More

San Antonio, Bexar County extend “Stay Home, Work Safe” measures. Here’s what that means.

With Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s new orders on reopening some businesses in Texas set to go into effect Friday, Bexar County and San Antonio have extended parts of their “Stay Home, Work Safe” order. → Read More

San Antonio police, firefighters attempting to talk man down from power line on Northeast Side

San Antonio police and firefighters shut down part of Nacogdoches Monday evening as they try to save a man who is threatening to jump off a power line. → Read More

San Antonio woman runs over ex-boyfriend, new girlfriend with car, police say

A woman suffered a severe leg fracture after her boyfriend’s ex-girlfriend ran her over with a car, according to San Antonio police. → Read More

BCSO: Suspect gave 13-year-old girl Plan B pill after sexual assault

A San Antonio man was arrested Sunday after a 13-year-old girl told police he sexually assaulted her three times over the span of a week. → Read More

San Antonio may have reached its peak in COVID-19 cases, Texas governor says

Texas Governor Greg Abbott said Friday Bexar County may have already reached its peak in the number of new cases, but stressed that social distancing practices must continue to reduce the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Thunderbirds reportedly plan flyover in San Antonio amid coronavirus pandemic

The Washington Post reported Wednesday that the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds will flyover San Antonio to thank the frontline responders battling the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Texas Attorney General accuses nation’s largest egg supplier of price gouging

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton accused the nation's largest egg supplier of raising prices by roughly 300% amid the pandemic. → Read More

Governor Greg Abbott will answer questions about reopening Texas live at 6:30 p.m. Friday on KSAT

Texas Governor Greg Abbott will be the Q&A guest on KSAT 12 News Friday evening SAQ segment at 6:30 p.m. → Read More

Despite Bexar County’s request, TCDJ keeps temporary ban on inmate transfers

The Texas Department of Criminal Justice, which is battling the rise of COVID-19 in prisons across the state, will not take in new offenders, the executive director told Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff in a letter sent on Thursday. → Read More

Free drive-thru coronavirus testing available at South Side clinic

To better care for underserved communities, Texas MedClinic has established a drive-thru COVID-19 testing location on the city's South Side. → Read More

SAPD: Roofing company owner sexually assaulted woman during job interview

The owner of Cloud Roofing Company is accused of sexually assaulting a woman during a job interview, according to San Antonio police. → Read More

UTSA experts will hold panel on COVID-19’s economic impact at noon

The event will be livestreamed in this article. → Read More

H-E-B expands store hours, effective April 27

H-E-B will extend store hours starting on April 27. → Read More

Bexar County unemployment rate jumps to 4.2%, report says

Texas' monthly jobs report paints a grim picture about unemployment. → Read More

San Marcos police invite community to show support as slain officer is taken to funeral home

San Marcos police want the community to show their support for Officer Justin Putnam as the fallen officer's body is taken to funeral home from Austin Monday afternoon. → Read More

WATCH LIVE: Trinity University experts discuss what’s next in the COVID-19 pandemic

Trinity University is hosting a webinar on the COVID-19 pandemic Wednesday at noon. → Read More

Local restaurant group behind Gruene Hall lays off 300 workers; YMCA furloughs 1,600 in SA area

The coronavirus pandemic continues to lead to layoffs, and the San Antonio area has not been immune to it. → Read More

Cuero firefighters called to three unrelated fires within hours of each other

The Cuero Fire Department was kept busy early Sunday morning with three unrelated fires that sparked within hours of each other. → Read More