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News and events in and around San Antonio, as well as Bexar, Comal, Kendall, Guadalupe, Wilson, Atascosa and Medina counties.

Shelley D. Kofler / Texas Public Radio

The possibility of flying nonstop from San Antonio to Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C. is making progress. An amendment to the federal Federal Aviation Authority reauthorization bill that would have helped establish a new route failed in the House in April. However, the city's representatives will make another attempt in the Senate.



Ryan Loyd / TPR News

Renovations to San Antonio’s historic City Hall begin this summer. The City Council approved the $38 million project Thursday. However, not all council members supported it.

George Fuermann | / Wikimedia Commons

From the Aguayo Expedition reaching San Antonio to the "Great Tamale Incident," to a pair of deadly tragedies at Fiesta, San Antonio’s history is as varied and colorful as the people who inhabit the Alamo City.

This is Texas Public Radio’s San Antonio Tricentennial Minute, a look back at 300 years of Alamo City culture, one day at a time, written and produced by David Martin Davies and narrated by contributor Yvette Benavides.

TPR's San Antonio Tricentennial Minute is made possible by:

C.H. Guenther and Son, Inc. & The History Master of Arts Program at UTSA

Jerry Quijano / Texas Public Radio

There’s a cemetery along Perrin-Beitel Road on San Antonio’s Northeast side. Buried there are people with the names Eisenhauer, Rittimann, Wurzbach — names that dominate any map of the city. A team from the City Council's staff wants to help maintain the cemetery.

But there's a problem: They can’t figure out who owns it.

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A San Antonio man scheduled to be executed this month is asking the governor for clemency.