Aug 27, 2020
Bexar County has suffered more deaths per capita from COVID-19 than any other large urban area in Texas, according to state and federal data. In his latest investigative report, Brian Chasnoff explains why.
Aug 24, 2020
Thousands of refugees and immigrants working for meatpacking plants in the Panhandle were repeatedly exposed to coronavirus after the plants were deemed essential. Immigration reporter Silvia Foster-Frau explains the impact of the order by President Trump for the plants to remain open:
Aug 15, 2020
Every two hours, as kids and caregivers clear out of the DoSeum, about a dozen staff members wheel out carts filled with empty green bins and black and yellow sprayers filled with disinfectant. Arts reporter Deborah Martin elaborates on the In a 30-minute balletlike routine.
Read more: The DoSeum kids museum...
Aug 10, 2020
With 71 homicides in the first six months of 2020, San Antonio is on track to have one of its deadliest years in nearly three decades, a San Antonio Express-News analysis found. Criminal justice reporter Emilie Eaton breaks down the crime statistics in the city, in which an uptick in family violence is a...
Aug 2, 2020
San Antonio Express-News immigration reporter Silvia Foster-Frau explains how decades of poverty and poor health care access in the Rio Grande Valley, has contributed to a coronavirus death rate and positivity rate that has amounted to a humanitarian crisis.
Read more: ‘A part of us died:’ Along the U.S-Mexico...