Stories By Elizabeth Robinson

  • In 1969, screen-door Jesus incited religious fervor in Port... Almost 50 years ago, a reported image of Jesus on the house's screen door made the Mid-County dwelling a temporary tourist destination and incited a religious fervor that some Southeast Texans still remember.
  • MySA readers show off kids, pets, friendship in colorful bluebonnet photos San Antonio-area residents didn't hesitate to show off their chubby-cheeked babies and beaming toddlers, love of Spurs and Whataburger, and their frolicking pups (and one goat).
  • St. Anthony's Sanchez, Saint Mary's Hall's McNeil named E-N Athletes of the Week Congratulations to the Express-News Athletes of the Week!
  • Photos: Dia de los Muertos spirit comes alive at First Friday Pub Run in downtown San Antonio Downtown San Antonio came alive, and the dead came out to play at Friday's monthly Pub Run.
  • San Antonio-area resident wins nearly $1.5 million jackpot at an Eagle Pass casino A San Antonio-area resident is likely "thrilled" to become an instant millionaire .
  • Warren's Tufuno, Seguin's Shannon named E-N Athletes of the Week Congratulations to the Express-News Athletes of the Week!
  • When does Daylight Saving Time end in 2018? What day to turn clocks back this fall. Daylight Saving Time 2018: When to turn your clocks back.
  • San Antonio students pose for 2018 back-to-school photos Parents eager to show off their children's beauty and smarts shared their photos with the San Antonio Express-News.
  • When is the first day of school in the San Antonio area in 2018? Districts, dates and things to know July is over, August is starting up and the most dreaded time of the year for students is upon us: the start of the school year.
  • Happy 41st birthday, Manu Ginobili! Here are 20 reasons why we'll always love the Spur When a young Argentian basketball player first walked onto the Spurs court more than a decade ago, fans likely couldn't predict the impact he'd have on the team and the city of San Antonio.
  • San Antonio restaurant inspections: July 27, 2018 Beetles spotted in tortilla mix, "black residue" on walls and ice machines and rodent droppings were among the gross violations spotted at San Antonio restaurants this week, according to reports.
  • When is Tax Free Weekend 2018 in Texas? Dates, what you can buy, more info Slowly but surely, summer is coming to an end, which means it's time for families to start thinking about the school year ahead.
  • Build-A-Bear closes on Pay Your Age Day amid chaos After an overwhelming response from customers for its Pay Your Age Day event, Build-A-Bear Workshops announced Thursday morning that it has cut off lines at its locations in the United States and Canada.
  • San Antonio restaurant inspections: May 18, 2018 A food manager at a San Antonio restaurant caught the attention of a city health inspector when he caused "several" violations during a random inspection this week, according to reports.
  • Under-the-radar Texas parks with campsites still available for Memorial Day weekend Instead of traveling to Texas' popular road trip destinations, consider one of the state's under-the-radar gems.
  • San Antonio restaurant inspections: May 11, 2018 Flies on raw chicken, dead and live roaches, mold and employees handling food with bare hands were among the gross violations spotted this week in various San Antonio restaurants, according to reports.
  • 10 median-priced homes on the market in San Antonio A perfect home at the perfect price is in short supply in San Antonio, according to a recent Express-News report. But that doesn't mean it doesn't exist.
  • San Antonio restaurant inspections: May 4, 2018 Nearly half a dozen downtown San Antonio restaurants on or near the River Walk received a slew of violations during random city health inspections this week.
  • San Antonio's cleanest restaurants: Perfect health inspections for April 2018 A San Antonio strip club, celebrity-owned bakery and storied downtown bar and nightclub wowed city health inspectors so much that they earned perfect scores on their health inspections, according to recent reports.
  • San Antonio restaurant inspections: April 27, 2018 A River Walk restaurant caught a city health inspector's attention for its unsightly kitchen conditions, including ice water from broccoli spilling on open containers of food and an employee handling ready-to-eat lettuce with their bare hands,...