San Antonio Express-News immigration reporter Silvia Foster-Frau details her thoughts on interviewing the wife of Sutherland Springs shooter Devin Patrick Kelley, accompanied by audio excerpts of their conversations. Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/texas-shooting/article/Wife-of-Sutherland-Springs-gunman-Devin-Kelley-13145534.php
San Antonio Express-News senior reporter Guillermo Contreras has details on the detention of 18 year old Sergio Salazar. Read more at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/San-Antonio-student-activist-under-investigation-13136448.php
San Antonio Express-News investigative reporter John Tedesco has details on a possible violation of the Endangered Species Act by a development firm that bulldozed an area set for the construction of a planned apartment complex. Read more at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Federal-officials-investigate-loss-of-potential-13098571.php
San Antonio Express-News writer Austin Horn has been on-location reporting on the San Marcos apartments blaze that killed five people and has updates on what happened. Read more at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Breaking-glass-and-flames-in-the-hall-the-scene-13102077.php
San Antonio Express-News staff writer Emilie Eaton has details on 34 your old Christopher Anthony Young, a San Antonio man convicted in the robbery and murder of a Southeast Side convenience store owner, who despite pleas from the victim’s son to save his life, was executed Tuesday evening. Read more at https://www.expressnews.com/news/article/San-Antonio-man-executed-for-murder-robbery-13083445.php.
San Antonio Express-News immigration reporter Silvia Foster-Frau is back on the program to discuss a recent update to the 2017 Sutherland Springs shooting and how victims’ families, as well as those who survived, are trying to move on with their lives with the help of approximately $3 million in donations to the First Baptist Church.
San Antonio Express-News senior reporter Josh Baugh has details on the recent invasion of electric scooters that can be found in downtown San Antonio, as well as the two new companies that will soon join in.
San Antonio Express-News education reporter Lauren Caruba describes her time reporting in El Paso on the recent happenings involving separated families at the border. Find more info at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/In-Tornillo-shelter-migrant-kids-spend-their-13025328.php
This week San Antonio Express-News Metro Columnist Gilbert Garcia gave his take on the ongoing back and forth by the Texas State Board of Education on what to call a course on Mexican-American history, noting that the debate highlights the "cynical stigma of the hyphen." Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/news/news_columnists/gilbert_garcia/article/SBOE-debate-highlights-the-cynical-stigma-of-the-12999227.php
San Antonio Express-News staff writer Scott Huddleston has details on the $450 million re-imagining of the Alamo that would involve relocating the 1930s Cenotaph. Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Proposed-Alamo-plan-would-overhaul-heart-of-12976917.php
San Antonio Express-News business reporter reporter Richard Webner gives updates on the controversial apartment complex that may soon be built on the city's east side.
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San Antonio Express-News immigration reporter Silvia Foster-Frau explains how a confluence of multiple reports and events have confused some while others, notably U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro of San Antonio, have pushed for better treatment of immigrant children in the United States. Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/news/local/article/Castro-leads-San-Antonio-in-a-growing-number-of-12952397.php
San Antonio Express-News staff editorial writer and columnist Josh Brodesky has details on two pregnant, female prisoners who were recently released from jail after having gone roughly two weeks without meeting their public defenders. Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/opinion/columnists/josh_brodesky/article/Two-weeks-in-jail-without-seeing-an-attorney-12926740.php
San Antonio Express-News staff writer Alia Malik has details on the San Antonio Independent School District's plan to cut more than 100 teachers and support staff following their largest ever enrollment decline. Find more details at https://www.expressnews.com/news/education/article/SAISD-to-lay-off-132-teachers-in-all-12914457.php
In February, a magistrate judge ruled that police could use “all reasonable force necessary” to draw the blood of Catherine Amato, who was refusing to submit to any sobriety tests or provide samples of her breath or blood after being pulled over, with the presiding judge finding that a San Antonio police officer had “probable cause” to believe that Amato was driving while intoxicated on NW Loop 410, the second time in less than two years that the prominent local businesswoman had been...
San Antonio Express-News reporters John MacCormack & Elaine Ayala discuss the importance of Fiesta to San Antonio & how best to maintain the celebration for years to come.
John's article about the first Battle of Flowers is available online at https://www.expressnews.com/fiesta/article/First-Battle-of-Flowers-ended-in-a-brawl-12865089.php.
San Antonio Express-News reporter John MacCormack recounts the 1991 drug crime that sent Presidio County Sheriff Rick Thompson to what was originally life in prison. Despite that sentence, this week Thompson was released from custody.
San Antonio Express-News Senior Reporter Sig Christenson was embedded with the 3rd Infantry Division during the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq in 2003. Sig’s Iraq-related Express-News projects include “Witness to War,” a special section recounting the invasion and early occupation of Iraq; “The Only Retreat,” a three-part series detailing the sole U.S. defeat during the Iraq invasion, and stories on soldier and family stress resulting from repeated deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan, as his...
San Antonio Express-News education reporter Silvia Foster-Frau’s grandfather is Puerto Rican, & due to hurricane damage, left the unincorporated US territory until power was restored to his home. Silvia recently visited the island & discusses some of the issues she researched during the trip.