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October 30 2014 - Pilot in Kendall Co. plane crash dies
The pilot of a plane that crashed in Kendall County on Tuesday has died, Bexar County Sheriff's officials said late Wednesday. The man, who was believed to be in his 70s, has not been publicly identified. Officials said the crash happened around 2:30 p.m. on FM 1376 -- also known as Sisterdale Road -- and Walnut Grove. Responding emergency crews found the man ejected from the plane. He was taken ...
October 30 2014 - Texas worker tests positive for Ebola, U.S. airports start screening
SAN ANTONIO Texas (Reuters) - A health worker in Texas at the hospital where the first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United States died last week has tested positive for the deadly virus in a pre...
October 29 2014 - 8 San Antonio families displaced by apartment fire
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Eight families have been displaced after a fire at a San Antonio apartment complex in which a dog died.
October 29 2014 - San Antonio Zoo: World's oldest okapi dies
The San Antonio Zoo announced Saturday that Chuma, a 29-year-old Okapi, died over the weekend.
October 29 2014 - Sheriff: Texas officer dies in accidental shooting
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The Bexar County Sheriff's Office says an off-duty officer has died after accidentally shooting himself in the groin at an area gun range. An office spokesman says the adult probation officer shot himself at the Bullet Hole Gun Range on Monday. He was flown to a San Antonio hospital where he later died from the injury. The spokesman says foul play isn't suspected. The officer ...
October 25 2014 - Creator of "Hook 'em Horns" sign Harley Clark dead
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Harley Clark, the former Texas cheerleader credited with introducing the "Hook'em Horns" hand signal used by tens of thousands of Longhorns faithful over the past six decades, died Thursday at his farm outside of Austin, school officials said. The school didn't release details or a cause of death for Clark, who watched his hand sign become one of the most recognizable and ...
October 24 2014 - SAFD unveils Ebola-ready ambulance
SAN ANTONIO — The San Antonio Fire Department unveiled Thursday an Ebola-ready ambulance, the inside completely covered in protective plastic, and reassured the public that the Alamo City is safe and prepared should the deadly disease come here. The city's public health department, the Fire Department and San Antonio's four major hospital systems have all said they are prepared and equipped to ...
October 24 2014 - Report: Texas caseworkers didn't follow protocols
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — The Texas inspector general has found that four Child Protective Services workers failed to follow protocols in the case of an 8-year-old girl who died under their watch. The report says the employees neglected to perform even basic requirements of their jobs, such as making timely visits or following up on reports of abuse. The report, the result of a six-month investigation ...
October 24 2014 - Father retunited with lost-lost daughter after 43 years passes away two days later
A DAUGHTER was reunited with her father after 43 years apart – and held his hand as he died just two days later.
October 24 2014 - Eight things to know about 8-year-old Sarah Brasse’s death
In March, Sen. Carlos Uresti, D-San Antonio, requested an Office of Inspector General investigation of Child Protective Services actions in the case of 8-year-old Sarah Brasse, who died in 2009 of untreated appendicitis.
October 23 2014 - Former Bridge City man dies in head-on crash
Fox 4 News - A former Bridge City resident is dead after, investigators say, a school bus driver failed to stop at a stop sign, causing a head-on crash involving an 18-wheeler. The crash happened Friday outside San Antonio. Bexar county investigators say 62-year-old Larry Dean Salsbury -- a former Bridge City resident -- died after an 18-wheeler hit his car head-on. ...
October 21 2014 - 2 dead, 1 injured in fiery San Antonio wreck
SAN ANTONIO (AP) — San Antonio police say two people have died and one has been injured after a fiery head-on collision.
October 21 2014 - Decorated fighter pilot remained active in community
Albert “Nick” Nickels, a decorated World War II fighter pilot and an active community member, died Thursday at age 92 in San Antonio. After graduating from Boerne High School in 1940, Nickels attended Texas A&M, but his academic career was put on hold when he enlisted in the Army Air Corps. Pilots in Italy commonly carried photos of themselves in Italian-style clothing to convince enemy soldiers ...
October 21 2014 - Report: Kicking, pantsless suspect was drugged prior to in-custody death
SAN ANTONIO — Levon Leroy Love, who died in police custody last month after an apparent medical emergency, was given a drug by emergency responders in an attempt to calm him and had his legs placed in restraints before he became unresponsive, a newly released document states. The custodial death report says that after he took off running, Love stopped on a grass median after being told to do so ...
October 21 2014 - Pedestrian killed on the SE Side was woman who appeared to be intoxicated
Patricia Ann Forsbauch, 49, died shortly after being hit as she tried to cross a street Oct. 9.
October 21 2014 - Reporter Tackett covered killing of JFK
Years later, in an article for the San Antonio Express-News, he described his vivid memories of Jacqueline Kennedy exiting through Parkland Hospital's emergency room door “with her hand on her dead husband's casket, his blood dashed across her raspberry suit.” An award-winning reporter, Tackett died of congestive heart failure Tuesday near Dallas. At the Star-Telegram, Tackett received a special ...
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