Camp Hot Wells, Greg Simmons: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week

Last week was marked by bad news about power outages, a bribery investigation and property taxes being due. But there was one bright spot.

click to enlarge Camp Hot Wells is situated near the original Hot Wells Hotel site. - Instagram / camphotwells
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Camp Hot Wells is situated near the original Hot Wells Hotel site.
Amid last week's bad news about power outages, a bribery investigation and property taxes being due, San Antonio Current readers had their priorities straight.

They wanted to head down to the hot springs, unwind and enjoy an adult beverage.

How else do you explain that our most-read story this week was about the long-awaited Camp Hot Wells finally welcoming visitors to soothe their aching muscles with nature's remedy — all while purchasing beer and wine on-site?

Of course, it didn't hurt that anticipation had been bubbling up for weeks about the opening, which received no small number of teases on social media. Soak and enjoy, San Antonio, after a week like this, you earned it.

10. KSAT sports anchor facing DWI charge once voiced outrage over a drinking-and-driving acquittal

9. Nearly 20,000 without power in San Antonio as Bexar County remains under Winter Storm Warning

8. Documents lay out allegations of bribery against two members of Fiesta San Antonio royalty

7. San Antonio police reform group launches online dashboard to curb problem of bad cops being rehired

6. Bexar County property taxes due Jan. 31, but relief may soon be on the way

5. https://www.sacurrent.com/news/lawsuit-claims-inmates-at-bexar-county-jail-illegally-held-for-weeks-months-after-posting-bail-30927652

4. Twitter users say ex-Dallas Cowboy Tony Romo almost let racial slur slip during AFC game

3. Long-running San Antonio sports anchor Greg Simmons resigns from KSAT after DWI charge

2. Longtime San Antonio sports Anchor Greg Simmons of KSAT arrested on DWI charge

1. After teasers and anticipation, San Antonio’s Camp Hot Wells is now open

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