Tag: San Antonio

Funeral Home Contractor in Missing Body Lawsuit Displayed ‘Homicidal Necrophile’ Facebook Cover, Say Attorneys

A funeral home in Texas is being sued by parents who say the business lost their 25-year-old daughter’s body. Lawyers questioned business owners about a subcontractor whose Facebook “profile picture shows two men singing, with a cover photo of a dark figure eating a severed limb, surrounded by headstones with the names of bandmates above the words ‘homicidal necrophile’.”

Texas Home Values Soar in 2017 National Study

A year-end study by Zillow, the real estate website, revealed that U.S. home values soared in 2017 reaching a record $31.8 trillion. Its list of the nation’s 35 largest markets included four Texas metropolitan areas that made impressive gains, notably Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston.

Democrat Texas Cities Suing to Block Sanctuary Ban

The anti-sanctuary city law in Texas, arguably the toughest in the country, has been incendiary and the fight to its passage has been emotional. Now, two Democrat-dominated cities in Texas are joining the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) and other open border and pro-amnesty organizations to block the law.

REPORT: One Dead, Five Hospitalized in Texas Mall Robbery

News outlets in Texas are reporting that at least two shooters are involved in what appears to be a robbery gone bad in a San Antonio, Texas, mall. Reports indicate that one person was killed, and five others were taken to area hospitals. A licensed Texas gun owner stepped in and shot one robber after that man allegedly killed a Goood Samaritan.

2 Shot in Home Where Alleged Cartel Members Held 3 Migrants for Ransom

Authorities continue to look into how two men were shot in a house where Mexican cartel gunmen had been holding three Mexican immigrants for ransom. When authorities arrived to the scene, they discovered the body of a man and a second shooting victim. Authorities also discovered that three men were being held for ransom at the home.

Texas Governor Offers Reward for San Antonio Cop Killer

The Office of the Texas Governor is offering a cash reward up to $15,000 for information leading to the arrest of anyone connected to the execution of the San Antonio officer this past weekend. This reward will be combined to bring the total reward up to $25,000.

San Antonio Teen Unable to Find Work Creates Own Job

A teen in San Antonio, TX struggled to find work, so he created his own way to make money. Fox 59 reports that Todd Arredondo was driving in downtown San Antonio when he noticed teen selling candy apples and bottled water. Arredondo gave

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Pluses and Minuses to Consider with Another NFL Team in Texas

Not since 1985 has San Antonio enjoyed a professional football team within its immediate media market. If the Oakland Raiders have their way, the Alamo City could be competing with Las Vegas for Texas’ third franchise, at the expense of local taxpayers according to a Breitbart Texas interview with Stanford University economics professor Roger Noll.

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2 Texas Toddlers Found Chained in Backyard Like Dogs

Two toddlers were found chained like dogs in a Texas backyard late Thursday night. Six other children were found unattended in the San Antonio home. One of the toddlers was chained to the ground, and one was tied with a dog leash, the San Antonio Express-News reported.

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Raiders May Consider Sacramento Move

The Raiders football organization is at a crossroads, and one influential radio host is suggesting that the team move from its home in Oakland to California’s capital city, Sacramento.

National Guard to Locate New Cyber Unit in Texas

San Antonio, Texas, will serve as the new home of one of the U.S. Army National Guard’s new cyber units. The Guard has announced plans to activate thirteen new cyber units throughout 23 states by the end of fiscal year 2019. The effort is part of an ongoing growth of cyber forces throughout the Department of Defense.

Zetas Smuggler: Horse Racing in Mexico, South Texas ‘Part of Narco Culture’

One of the biggest blows to the Los Zetas drug cartel was dealt when a money laundering empire involving horse racing in Texas was dismantled in 2012. A drug smuggler now testifying in that case in San Antonio told the jury that horse racing was part of the trafficking culture, and Los Zetas leaders had been heavily involved in the sport well before the laundering scheme’s ringleaders were arrested.

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Texas DPS Employee Allegedly Took Bribes to Give Illegal Aliens Driver Licenses

A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) employee has been arrested for allegedly accepting $1,000-$2,000 bribes to issue Texas driver licenses to illegal aliens who did not legally qualify for those driver licenses. She is accused of fraudulently inputting into the DPS computer system that the illegal aliens were born in the United States.

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Widespread Anti-Semitic Vandalism Strikes Texas Jewish Community

A Texas Jewish community was rocked by what law enforcement is investigating as a hate crime. Unmistakable widespread anti-Semitic vandalism defaced a subdivision and the neighboring Orthodox synagogue, tagging property with hateful ethnic slurs, curse words, “KKK,” and worse.

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Black Democrat Texas Mayor not Buying into Confederate Flag Frenzy

Democrat Mayor Ivy Taylor, San Antonio’s first black and female mayor, is not buying into the Confederate flag frenzy. Other liberal politicians in the birthplace of Texas freedom and liberty push to jump onto the national bandwagon to eradicate Confederate historical sites and symbols from the Lone Star State’s past.