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Fallout continues over San Antonio lawyer’s crimes
Former San Antonio attorney Todd Prins’ crimes continue to take their toll even though he’s now locked up in a North Texas prison. Prins, who admitted to brazenly fabricating court documents and ... read more
The Potential Fallout From Masai Ujiri's Finals Run-In With a Sheriff's Deputy
The victory validated the wisdom of Ujiri’s bold roster moves, most notably his controversial trade last July of DeMar DeRozan, Jakob Poeltl and a first-round pick to the San Antonio Spurs for ... read more
More fallout from SB4 lawsuit: Governor redirects grant money for city's anti-gang program
SAN ANTONIO - Texas Gov. Greg Abbott won't renew a grant to the city of San Antonio for the Texas Anti-Gang Center in San Antonio, citing the pending lawsuit Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed ... read more
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Man arrested for threatening San Antonio movie theaters: police
SAN ANTONIO -- Police say a man accused of ... Linda Fairstein, who is now a bestselling crime novelist, was dropped by her publisher last week, amid increasing fallout over her role in the ... read more
Legal fight erupts over San Antonio lawyer’s advertising slogan
READ ALSO: Fallout continues over San Antonio lawyer's crimes Wilson now is moving to enforce the trademark by seeking a court order that permanently enjoins Tessmer and her law firm from using the ... read more
Social media controversy revived in PEC board elections
Oakley, who also serves as Burnet County judge, wrote on Facebook in fall 2016 that it was “time for a tree and a rope” in reference to an African American suspect in the killing of a San Antonio ... ... read more
Texas has failed to close educational gaps for kids of color. In Edgewood ISD, the fallout has lasted generations.
More in this series SAN ANTONIO — Diana Herrera remembers sitting in an ... Kirby was just the first of many lawsuits. Over and over, lawyers representing the state’s poorest school districts went to ... read more
Texas Attorney General Paxton sues San Antonio over sanctuary cities law
AUSTIN — Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed the state ... who argues the law pushes victims and witnesses of crime “back into the shadows.” San Antonio quickly challenged the law in court. A ... read more
How reliable is forensic science?
It's one of the reasons why the “San Antonio Four” spent 15 years in prison. In 2016, the women were exonerated of the crimes ... continue to happen because science is always changing. “There are many ... read more
Texas Has Failed to Close Racial Education Gaps. In Some Areas the Fallout Lasts Generations.
Over and over, lawyers representing the state’s poorest school districts ... groups that no one's in a rush to really help,” said state Rep. Diego Bernal, a San Antonio Democrat, who authored one of ... read more
After Mueller, What’s the Political Fallout?
Most of what we’ve learned – from Attorney General William Barr’s summary of special ... He taught political science at the University of Texas at San Antonio and DePauw University and wrote A Plain ... read more
Texas ditched its botched voter roll review but has signaled it hasn't closed its criminal inquiry
Attorney General Ken Paxton speaks to the convention delegates at the Texas Republican Convention in San Antonio. Bob Daemmrich for The Texas ... after a federal judge put the review on hold over ... read more