Chrissy Powell, Migrant Buses: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week

Our most-read story involved the revelation that missing San Antonio mom Chrissy Powell's car sat in a shopping center parking lot for 12 days before a security guard reported it.

click to enlarge Gov. Greg Abbott's talks tough at the border during a 2021 news conference touting his immigration crackdown. - Instagram / govabbott
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Gov. Greg Abbott's talks tough at the border during a 2021 news conference touting his immigration crackdown.
It was a busy week for news in San Antonio, and stories about the city's new resolution supporting abortion rights, breaking crime developments and Texas' governor getting involved in another political fight dominated headlines.

The Current's most-read story involved the revelation that missing San Antonio mom Chrissy Powell's car sat in a shopping center parking lot for 12 days before a security guard reported it, while a yarn about Gov. Greg Abbott getting into a Twitter tussle with Washington, D.C.'s mayor ran a close second.

But it wasn't all politics and crime this week. Plenty of folks also clicked on stories about a new horror-themed selfie spot at Rolling Oaks Mall — hey, Halloween is fast approaching — and about this weekend's Superhero Car Show & Comic Con. Because, well, who doesn't love cars and comics?

10. Armed suspect in San Antonio car dealership standoff surrenders to police

9. Marvel and Star Wars celebrities head to San Antonio for Superhero Car Show & Comic Con Aug. 4-7

8. Armed suspect barricades himself inside Northwest San Antonio auto dealership after traffic stop

7. 9 years after cop at San Antonio's UIW shot a student, court lets wrongful death suit proceed

6. Head of San Antonio-based Texas Biomed's primate lab admits to faking research data

5. At heated meeting, San Antonio City Council approves resolution to protect abortion access

4. Horror-themed selfie spot opening at San Antonio’s Rolling Oaks Mall next weekend

3. San Antonio Councilman Jalen McKee-Rodriguez pulls no punches in calling out anti-abortion activists

2. Gov. Abbott tells D.C. mayor to 'stop attacking Texas' as migrant buses create humanitarian crisis

1. Security guard waited 12 days to report car of missing San Antonio woman Chrissy Powell

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