Uvalde School Shooting, Shark Tank: The top 10 headlines in San Antonio this week

Understandably, readers were looking for news to help make sense of the tragic and pointless school shooting in Uvalde.

click to enlarge Members of law enforcement lay flowers at a makeshift memorial outside Robb Elementary School. - Joseph Guillen
Joseph Guillen
Members of law enforcement lay flowers at a makeshift memorial outside Robb Elementary School.
While the tragic and pointless school shooting in Uvalde was clearly on the top of Current readers' minds this week, according to our site traffic, it wasn't the only subject folks were reading up on.

Our other most-read stories of the week dealt with local entrepreneurs' recent appearance on the ABC show Shark Tank, cops being reprimanded  and the close race between U.S. Rep. Henry Cuellar and his Democratic runoff challenger Jessica Cisneros.

10. San Antonio ranked as the fastest growing city in the country, according to new data

9. With 21 fatalities, the Uvalde elementary school massacre is Texas' deadliest school shooting

8. Parents of kids in Uvalde school accuse law enforcement of failing to act quickly enough

7. Dollar Store-owned pOpshelf to begin construction on second San Antonio store this summer

6. High-profile race between South Texas Rep. Henry Cuellar and progressive rival too close to call

5. Gov. Greg Abbott's Uvalde press conference slips into chaos after rival Beto O'Rourke confronts him

4. Two San Antonio police officers suspended for smashing into car, failing to check on people inside

3. San Antonio-tied founders of Project Pollo and Aqua Boxing Glove fail to land Shark Tank deals

2. 15 now reported dead in Uvalde elementary school shooting; some wounded taken to San Antonio

1. Shooter at Uvalde elementary school under arrest, injured being treated in San Antonio

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