3 San Antonio police officers suspended in unrelated off-duty incidents

3 San Antonio police officers suspended in unrelated off-duty incidents

SAN ANTONIO – Suspension records obtained earlier this week by KSAT 12 News revealed multiple suspensions for SAPD officers in April. Among the suspensions were three officers who were disciplined after misconduct that took place in separate, unrelated off-duty incidents. The officers were involved in fights and a road rage incident late last year. None … Read more

Pitch Perfect’s Anna Kendrick linked to movie about San Antonio-born ‘Dating Game Killer’ | Movie Reviews & News | San Antonio

Pitch Perfect’s Anna Kendrick linked to movie about San Antonio-born ‘Dating Game Killer’ |  Movie Reviews & News |  San Antonio

click to enlarge ABC Television In 1978, serial killer Rodney Alcala appeared on the game show The Dating Game. France’s Cannes Film Festival has just begun, and along with a host of international films screening for nearly two weeks, filmmakers are shopping pre-production projects in the hope they’ll be picked up by big Hollywood players. … Read more

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

When the pandemic shut down movie theaters and made streaming movies at home an enjoyable option for many, it was fair to wonder if the landscape of watching movies had changed forever. But in the past six months, the box office returns a number of films – most notably Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor … Read more

Activist says San Antonio Report failed to correct reporting errors on Brackenridge Park tree plan | San Antonio News | San Antonio

Activist says San Antonio Report failed to correct reporting errors on Brackenridge Park tree plan |  San Antonio News |  San Antonio

Sanford Nowlin Environmental advocates gather in Brackenridge Park after the city agreed to delay a project that would fell dozens of trees there. Controversy continues to circle around the city of San Antonio’s plan to cut down more than 100 trees in Brackenridge Park to rebuild an aging wall. Late last month, Assistant City Manager … Read more

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

San Antonio’s summer movie season returns with 15 must-see movies

When the pandemic shut down movie theaters and made streaming movies at home an enjoyable option for many, it was fair to wonder if the landscape of watching movies had changed forever. But in the past six months, the box office returns a number of films – most notably Spider-Man: No Way Home and Doctor … Read more

Bexar County judge delivers penultimate State of the County address

Bexar County judge delivers penultimate State of the County address

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff delivers the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce’s State of the County address May 18 at the Grand Hyatt San Antonio Riverwalk Hotel. (Courtesy North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce) Giving his second to last State of the County address on May 18, Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff hit upon … Read more

Alamo RMA paperwork questions revenue projections for Elon Musk’s San Antonio tunnel | San Antonio News | San Antonio

Alamo RMA paperwork questions revenue projections for Elon Musk’s San Antonio tunnel |  San Antonio News |  San Antonio

click to enlarge Michael Karlis Members of the Alamo Regional Mobility Authority discuss the proposal from Elon Musk’s Boring Co. at a recent meeting. The Alamo Regional Mobility Authority held a public presentation Wednesday to clear up community concerns about a proposal by Elon Musk’s Boring Co. to dig a tunnel connecting San Antonio International … Read more

Treasury Department opens investigation into Gov. Greg Abbott’s use of federal funds for border mission | Texas News | San Antonio

Treasury Department opens investigation into Gov.  Greg Abbott’s use of federal funds for border mission |  Texas News |  San Antonio

click to enlarge ProPublica / The Texas Tribune / Verónica G. Cárdenas Department of Public Safety Special Operations agents escort a group of migrants through private property as part of Operation Lone Star after encountering them in Kinney County near Brackettville on Nov. 9, 2021. WASHINGTON – Gov. Greg Abbott’s use of COVID-19 relief dollars … Read more

San Antonio City Council passes discipline-focused police union contract

San Antonio City Council passes discipline-focused police union contract

San Antonio – The San Antonio City Council approved a new contract for San Antonio police officers Thursday in an 8-3 vote. The vote followed an occasionally tense meeting that included concerns that the contract does not go far enough with reforms, and an accusation from one councilwoman that voting “no” was tantamount to “a … Read more

Keep it cool in the Texas heat at these swimming, splashing spots in San Antonio and surrounding areas

Keep it cool in the Texas heat at these swimming, splashing spots in San Antonio and surrounding areas

SAN ANTONIO – I’m just trying to keep it cool. May has been super hot – like record-breaking hot. My buddy Justin Horne said San Antonio’s hot streak could potentially lead to the hottest May in the city’s history. If you’ve been a subscriber to the newsletter for a while (thank you) you’ll know I … Read more