Ryan Poppe

The investigation of the fatal shooting of Gilbert Flores by Bexar County sheriff’s deputies is now in the hands of the District Attorney’s Office.

The Bexar County District Attorney’s Office received the majority of the investigation from the sheriff’s office of the deputy-involved shooting that occurred last month on Walnut Pass.  Upon receiving the case, the DA’s Office is now tasked with conducting its own review of the evidence.

San Antonio's east side has been targeted for development with special programs and a lot of interest. From City Hall to the White House - it seems there are some high powered champions pulling for the east side. So how are things progressing? What else needs to be done?


  • Jackie Gorman, Executive Director of San Antonio for Growth on the Eastside, a nonprofit advocate for business, development, and growth on San Antonio's eastside.
Darren Carroll

Texas Singer-Songwriter Robert Earl Keen is celebrating a big mile marker in his career. I was able recently to sit down with him in his Kerrville office to talk about it. That "it" is the recording of a live album in 1995. The album didn't just get popular, he thinks it inspired up-n-coming musicians like himself to keep on plugging away.

"This record had a big influence on a lot of people that play music in Texas in the last twenty years."


Thinking about ditching the dish or cutting the cable? But you still want to watch the TV entertainment that everyone is talking about? Now might be the time to quit paying that monthly cable bill. 

There’s a growing number of options to watch popular programs - Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. These have been the go-to web streaming services. But then marry them with the free off-air programming available from local network affiliates then a viewer will find plenty of programming. However, what about wall-to-wall news and sports? Sling TV is promising to fill that void.

Virginia Alvino / Texas Public Radio News

In light of recent police shootings in Texas and around the country, the communities of Schertz and Cibolo held a rally Monday to show support for their local law enforcement.

A sea of blue filled the parking lot, as residents donned the traditional color of law enforcement to say thank you for their services.

Among the hundreds of residents in attendance were Adrianna Cook and her two year-old son Aden.

“I’m actually here more for my son - to show that police are your friends and they’re not out to get you," says Cook. "And he’s loving it.”