Kenneth Anderlitch will run the entire width of Texas, starting in El Paso and ending in Logansport, Louisiana.
By Abe Asher
Kenneth Anderlitch started running several years ago on a whim. Just to get away from his phone after a bad breakup...
Racist Taunts, Pete Sessions: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week
From racists at a basketball game to blowhard billionaire Elon Musk, many of this week's most read stories dealt with people who should shut their pie holes.
By San Antonio Current Staff
Eric Cantu, the teen shot by a San Antonio police officer, heading home after month in the hospital
Cantu was shot multiple times by a since-fired officer during an incident in a McDonald's parking lot.
By Michael Karlis
Suspect in Colorado LGBTQ+ nightclub shooting once lived in San Antonio, records show
Anderson Lee Aldrich attended NEISD's Johnson High School as a freshman in 2015 but withdrew from the school in October of that year.
Billboards denouncing antisemitism pop up around San Antonio
Although the billboards can be found in six other cities, San Antonio is the first to have a message written in Spanish.
Meals on Wheels San Antonio will conduct Thanksgiving meal deliveries from brand-new facility
The nonprofit expects to deliver 2,2000 hot Thanksgiving meals to people in the San Antonio area.
By Brandon Rodriguez
Thanksgiving travel at San Antonio's airport expected to eclipse pre-pandemic levels
About 1,500 more people are expected to fly out of San Antonio on this Wednesday than on the same day in 2019.
San Antonio high school basketball player faces racist taunts during Marble Falls game
The incident happened while a Black basketball player from East Central was shooting a free throw.
San Antonio Pets Alive! offering free puppy and dog adoptions through Black Friday
All dogs and puppies adopted from SAPA! have received vaccinations, flea and tick prevention, microchip, spay and neuter surgery along with heartworm testing and treatment.
By Nina Rangel
Annual salary needed to afford a median-priced home in San Antonio skyrockets to $87,000
The salary needed to afford a median-priced house in San Antonio jumped 49.4% from 2021, according to Redfin.
Erik Cantu, Texas Earthquake: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week
Plenty of folks also checked out our story on the Rotary Ice Rink returning to downtown's Travis Park.
Earthquake damages historic building on University Health's downtown San Antonio campus
The building is closed and a safety zone has been established around its perimeter.
San Antonio residents feel the ground shake due to third-largest earthquake in Texas history
The number of Texas earthquakes — many of which originate in Permian Basin — doubled between 2020 and 2021.
A day after sabbatical vote, San Antonio Councilman Clayton Perry says council can't tell him to resign
In a talk radio interview, Perry also said he still doesn't remember the night of the accident and that he hasn't apologized to the person he hit.
Erik Cantu, the San Antonio teen shot by a police officer, is awake, playing with Legos, family says
Cantu still potentially faces one more surgery along with lengthy rehab, according to his family.
San Antonio Councilman Clayton Perry to go on 'sabbatical' after no-confidence vote
The majority of council voted to amend language calling for Perry's resignation, but Mayor Ron Nirenberg remained steadfast that the councilman should resign.
San Antonio State Senator pre-files bills to reform Texas gun laws, compensate Uvalde victims
The bills filed by State Sen. Roland Gutierrez would raise the age to buy any firearm from 18 to 21 and set up orders that would keep guns away from dangerous people.
By Sanford Nowlin
'The fight goes on': Families of Uvalde shooting victims hoped for change that didn’t come
The families of some of the 19 children killed at Robb Elementary rooted for Beto O’Rourke, hoping he would help change Texas gun laws. They left disappointed but determined to fight on.
By Uriel J. García, The Texas Tribune
San Antonio jewelry store Moretti's closing after 40 years in business
The business started in Alamo Heights in the 1980s and has since outgrown that and one other location.
San Antonio City Council to hold special meeting Monday to call for Clayton Perry's resignation
The emergency meeting will be city council's second vote of no confidence in less than a week.
Erik Cantu, Be Kind & Rewind: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week
Plenty of readers also checked out our investigative piece on potentially cancer-causing chemicals being used to treat San Antonio's drinking water.
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Bad Takes: Matt Walsh's claims about trans kids are vile. So is Joe Rogan for offering him a forum.
By Kevin Sanchez
Biden is still separating immigrant kids from their families
By John Washington and Anna-Cat Brigida, The Texas Observer
Prison contractor MTC accused of billing Texas millions for inmate treatment programs it didn’t provide
By Jolie McCullough, The Texas Tribune
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