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May 30 in San Antonio history...

A steel cable in the City Hall bell tower broke, dropping a 700-pound weight through the building to the second floor.

1917 – World War I… 128 more words


If you try to get me, I will shoot you

Sanctuary cities defenders, including some illegals, pounced on the Texas House of Representatives on Monday’s last day of the session.

That’s when the fun began… 74 more words


An American Hero: A Texas Son

“Roy Benavides served two tours in Vietnam as a Green Beret.  During his second tour in 1968 he would be involved in an enemy action for which he was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross. 153 more words


May 29 in San Antonio history...

The Rough Riders are going.  The entire regiment is expected to be out of camp and on the way to Cuba before nightfall.  They will leave even though they have not received all their equipment. 149 more words


May 28 in San Antonio history..

The San Antonio Bulls win their American Football Association season opener against a team the Express-News calls, “a rag-tag assemblage of football fumblers who called themselves the Oklahoma City Drillers.   139 more words


May 27 in San Antonio history...

Comprehensive plans for a $10 million federal pavilion at HemisFair 1968 in San Antonio have been approved by President Johnson and legislation has been introduced in Congress for an appropriation. 55 more words


May 26 in San Antonio history...

1917 – World War I
The Menger Hotel offers “Old Glory Night,” a night dedicated to the military, with dinner and music.

The Travis Building and Robert E. 20 more words