Stories By Vianna Davila

  • Rio Grande hospital workers turned down the vaccine. A senator and a sheriff’s deputy lined up. So many workers at a hospital in Texas’ Rio Grande Valley declined the new COVID-19 vaccine that the facility offered doses to other medical workers in the region. Many showed up, but so did a state lawmaker, a police officer and a sheriff’s...
  • Ranked: Highest-paid city employees in San Antonio for 2016 San Antonio's highest-paid city employee makes more than double in base pay than the second highest.
  • Betty’s Battalion enlists both soldiers and hipsters Military-themed bar across from Fort Sam Houston celebrates reopening.
  • More evacuees from Beaumont expected in San Antonio It remains unclear how many Beaumont evacuees are headed to San Antonio.
  • City Council voted to annex four small corridors Thursday, as city staff also indicated plans to call an annexation election next May.
  • City can handle more evacuees, but a massive influx has not... City officials have said they can handle 10,000 evacuees but don’t believe that many are currently headed this way.
  • Houston, San Antonio hotels shelter Texans displaced by... Not all hotels in Hurricane Harvey’s path are in such good shape, but many of them are already recovering. Most hotels in the Houston area seem to be open, and all major Texas cities still have rooms available.
  • Velia Gonzalez has been stuck in a hotel since flights were canceled Friday
  • San Antonio River could reach 1998 and 2002 flood-levels River authority is monitoring the river and expects it to be “very full.”
  • City to citizens: Call 311 for broken traffic lights, downed tree limbs Call 3-1-1 for broken traffic lights and other debris.
  • Pets of Harvey evacuees will be sheltered in S.A., but separately from owners, officials said Pets will be sheltered from the storm, but in different facilities than their owners.
  • Emergency officials prepare for evacuees fleeing Hurricane Harvey San Antonio has been a designated evacuation center since Hurricane Katrina in 2005.
  • For first time, S.A. youth football league lets kids play for free Levi Reed hopes to help turn kids' lives around through football.
  • City lists San Antonio's worst roads as budget aims for $99 million in repairs About 3,700 street segments in San Antonio are rated F.
  • San Antonio officials answer the question, 'Which Game of Thrones character are you?' How familiar are your San Antonio elected officials and leaders with "Game of Thrones"? And is there a Cersei amongst them?
  • San Antonio's bus service slated to get faster after $4.3 million in improvements San Antonio has included more money in its proposed, FY 2018 budget to help improve VIA bus service, cutting wait times on some routes in half.
  • Charging stations, traffic sensors and 8 other new technologies that make life in S.A. easier San Antonio pursues new technology to make your life easier.
  • San Antonio holding its first-ever budget meeting entirely in Spanish The event has been billed as "una feria de la ciudad" -- a city fair. The idea is to make this a friendly, open house event, where there will be activities for children.
  • Councilman fighting to save program for low-income S.A. students District 4 Councilman Rey Saldaña had little guidance when it came to applying for college. Now he's trying to save the program that helped get him into college.
  • Boerne building a 'wall' in response to San Antonio annexation push Boerne has been gradually building a wall around the city, to keep San Antonio from annexing areas around the town.