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Man driving near 124 mph causes crash killing two women, BCSO says
SAN ANTONIO — One man has been arrested for crashing into another vehicle at a high speed that left a mother and her daughter dead, according to the Bexar County Sheriff's Office. Larry James Korus, 40, was driving a high-performance Lexus around speeds of 124 mph and crashing nearly...
Bexar County DA's Office denied CPS request to remove children 3 times before 1 year-old scalded and shot up with meth
SAN ANTONIO - A one-year-old girl was scalded with boiling water then shot up with meth, allegedly by her parents to stop her from crying. Fox San Antonio has uncovered new information in the case of a 1-year-old who was scalded with hot water and then shot up with meth 14 to 18 times allegedly by her parents. According to information we uncovered, Child Protective Services attempted to remove all six siblings from the home before the horrific incident in November. However, those requests were denied by the Bexar County District Attorney's Office.
More than $5 million approved in funding to support homeless people in Bexar County
In November of 2022 the county and city agreed to collaborate resources, and together have set aside $42 million for permanent housing.
Girlfriend of Robb Elementary School Shooter Arrested for Making Threats Against Uvalde Community
Catch the latest on the arrest of the Robb Elementary School shooter's alleged girlfriend, Victoria Gabriela Rodriguez Morales, in Puerto Rico for making repeated threats against the Uvalde community. Plus, an update on the rising number of dismissed cases from the Bexar County District Attorney's Office.
Construction subcontractor sentenced to 30 years for coworker's senseless killing
SAN ANTONIO - A construction subcontractor was sentenced Wednesday to 30 years in prison in the death of his coworker. Omar Martinez-Vargas, 37, had pled guilty on Oct. 13 to the first degree murder of Miguel Miranda-Hernández, 50, who was found dead last year at a Northeast Side apartment complex.
More than 6,000 criminal cases dismissed by DA’s office in 3 months, county report shows
SAN ANTONIO – A new Bexar County quarterly report is showing an increase in the amount of misdemeanor and felony criminal cases dismissed by the District Attorney’s Office. The Bexar County Judicial Management Report is released quarterly with the most recent report showing the workload and efficiency measures...
Despite heroic efforts from passersby, 2 women die after being hit by speeding driver
FAR SOUTH BEXAR COUNTY, Texas - Several passersby did all they could but couldn't save two women who died in a major car accident along a South Side highway. The deadly accident happened around 6 p.m. Monday along State Highway 16 South near Smith Road in Far South Bexar County.
Ongoing Search for Woman Suspected in Murder Case
The hunt intensifies for a woman implicated in a murder investigation in Bandera. New details emerge about the suspect's identity, past arrests, and possible whereabouts. Authorities seek public assistance in locating the suspect and a missing 2006 green and black Jeep Wrangler.
DA drops case against officer accused of aggravated assault by public servant
SAN ANTONIO — SAPD Officer Thomas Villareal has been facing an indictment since December of 2021. As of Wednesday, nearly three years later, he is free and clear. Thomas Villareal, along with officer Carlos Castro, was indicted with aggravated assault by a public servant after a traffic stop on Jan. 16, 2020.
Lytle council rejects proposed 25 mph speed limit in town
The Lytle City Council voted Monday to reject a proposal to lower the speed limit throughout the city to 25 mph after mostly negative comments during a public hearing on the issue. On a motion by District 4 Alderman Michael Rodriguez the council voted 4-0 to leave the speed at...
San Antonio's Dan Curtis Fitts sentenced for leaving fatal 2020 crash
The man reported the accident hours later for insurance purposes.
Reckless Lexus Driver Accused of Causing Fatal Collision on Bexar County Highway
• A high-speed collision on a South Side highway in Bexar County resulted in the deaths of two women. • The driver of a 2023 Lexus was allegedly weaving dangerously through traffic at high speeds when he crashed into a 2017 Mitsubishi Mirage.
Ex-NEISD employee wanted on warrant for child grooming is on the run, BCSO says
SAN ANTONIO — A now-former staff member at Johnson High School who is wanted on a warrant for a child grooming charge is on the run from law enforcement, the Bexar County Sheriff's Office says. A warrant has been issued for Daniela Franco, who had been employed as a...
Deputies searching for suspect in alleged choking of girlfriend
SAN ANTONIO – The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office needs your help locating Kavion Jones. On Nov. 22, deputies responded to a call for Assault Family Violence by Choking. The person who called said Jones had allegedly choked her to the point of losing consciousness. When investigators arrived and...
Two Dead in South Bexar County Highway Tragedy Amid Rush Hour Chaos
A deadly dance erupted on a south Bexar County highway Monday, claiming two lives in a grim ballet of metal and speed. As cars were redirected like blood through the veins of a city in shock, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office confirmed in a Facebook post that State Hwy 16 S near Smith Rd. became an asphalt stage for tragedy. With all Northbound lanes obstructed, drivers shunted away to find new paths around the aftermath.
Bexar County Commissioners Approve Homelessness Outreach Program and Discuss Veteran Services
• Bexar County commissioners approved an outreach program to address homelessness in Precinct 2, partnering with the City of Leon Valley and Haven for Hope. • The program is funded by over $5 million in federal COVID-19 relief funds.
Teen takes his own life after shooting his mother, BCSO says
SOMERSET, Texas — Authorities say a teen shot his mother before fatally shooting himself on Monday evening. The Bexar County Sheriff's Office responded to the 19600 block of North Dixon Street in Somerset, which is in the southwest part of the county just off of Loop 1604. They said a suspect in his late teens shot his mother multiple times in the home where they lived together, and three or four other people were in the home at the time.
18-wheeler crashes and jackknifes in Medina County, impacting traffic
MEDINA COUNTY, Texas — An 18-wheeler was involved in a big crash in Medina County Saturday afternoon that impacted traffic, authorities say. First responders were dispatched to a crash along Highway 90 and County Road 4621 in the Dunlay area around 2:30 p.m. According to authorities an 18-wheeler lost...
2 killed in south Bexar County crash
SAN ANTONIO – Two people were killed Monday in a two-vehicle crash in south Bexar County. The crash happened around 5:30 p.m. on Highway 16 South near Smith Road. According to the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office, witnesses reported a vehicle speeding before hitting another vehicle. The driver and...
Hondo, Texas: Where Divine Charm Meets Legal Debate
In the heart of Texas Hill Country lies Hondo, a small town with a welcome sign that has made a big splash across the nation. 'This is God's Country, Please Don't Drive Through It Like Hell,' the sign chides with a blend of humor and heritage. A creation of the Hondo Lions Club from 1930, the slogan has since become a quirky symbol of the town's identity, featured in National Geographic and music videos alike. Despite its fame, the sign has been the center of legal controversy, with the Freedom From Religion Foundation challenging its constitutionality based on the Establishment Clause of the First Amendment.