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Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff is asking for an investigation into allegations of fraud between Major League Soccer and the owner of the Columbus (Ohio) Crew, who said he wants to move the team to Austin.



In 2016, the San Antonio Police Department responded to 34,000 calls for domestic violence and so far this year, 31,000 calls have already been made for the same issue. 

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Convicted baby killer Genene Jones is back in the news. 

In 1984, former Bexar County nurse Genene Jones was sentenced to 99 years in prison for the 1982 death of 15-month-old Chelsea McClellan and a concurrent 60 year sentence for nearly killing another child, Rolando Santos.

She is suspected of administering fatal injections to an estimated 40 to 60 babies in the San Antonio area.

Ryan Poppe

The rules are currently about as clear as mud for when Texas law enforcement officials must detain immigrants who may be here illegally.  A new state law will soon require them to hold immigrants for as long as federal authorities request.  But a judge’s recent ruling says there has to be probable cause that the immigrant has committed a crime. Bexar County officials say it will be difficult to navigate these murky waters that lie ahead.

Bexar County

Bexar County is joining San Antonio in a lawsuit against the state over Senate Bill 4, the sanctuary cities law, passed by the legislature and signed by Governor Greg Abbott.