SAN ANTONIO - Loop 1604 on San Antonio’s far North Side was closed in both directions for several hours Tuesday after multiple vehicle crashes. At least four vehicles had to be towed from Loop 1604 at NW Military Highway after drivers lost control on the westbound overpass. The highway was shut down for several miles in both directions for close to four hours, before reopening just before 4 p.m. However, a truck then slid off the highway and rolled down an embankment.
SAN ANTONIO - The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District's scoring of food establishments is based on a 100-point demerit system. The inspection reports, which establishments are required to post in public view, feature a number score at the top and bottom of the front page. A separate placard with the number score and a letter grade (example: 100/A) is also available upon request from the food establishment. Posting the placard is voluntary.
SAN ANTONIO - Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood confirmed Friday that he will seek the death penalty in the murder trial of the man accused of killing a veteran San Antonio Police Department detective outside of public safety headquarters in late 2016. As recently as last November, which marked the one year anniversary of Detective Ben Marconi's death, LaHood said he was reviewing the case to determine whether or not to pursue the death penalty against Otis McKane, 32.
1604 reopened on the far north side, but I still don’t recommend driving it. This truck just rolled down an embankment at NW Military, which has been a trouble spot for hours #KSATnewshttps://t.co/W0sga9MF0F
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Selecting a term
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