Thieves steal $60K in valuables from single mom in Stone Oak

SAN ANTONIO – A single San Antonio mother, who said she was already stressed from moving into a new home, was hit with a car burglary.

Because she was in the process of moving when the break-in happened early last month, she said all of her valuables were loaded in her car.

The thieves were caught on camera in a popular Stone Oak shopping center.

Personal belongings valued at $60,000, plus her ID, passport and son’s passport are all gone.

Danielle Cunningham told KENS 5 she is desperate for a lead and pleading for you to pay close attention to surveillance video of the alleged thieves.

KENS 5 asked the San Antonio Police Department to run the address for the parking lot at the Vineyard shopping center where the theft happened, located at 1201 N Loop 1604 West...

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BWW Review: Texas Premiere of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME in San Antonio

Notre-Dame de Paris is a novel published in 1831 and written by famous author Victor Hugo. As it became popular throughout the world, THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME became a beloved Disney story which later became a stage production. Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz added new music to be included in this production. The Playhouse San Antonio was privileged to present the Texas premiere to a full theater. And the audience was very impressed.

As you enter The Russell Hill Rogers Theater at The Playhouse San Antonio, the first thing you notice is the massiveness of the spectacular set. Set Designer Nicholas Ponting is known for his over-the-top set designs and he did not disappoint at this production of THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME...

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Stone Oak getting a new farmers market-flea market Saturday

Photo: Courtesy Suzette Berger

Stone Oak residents will be able to buy straight-from-the-farmer produce with the opening Sept. 2 of a new farmers market at the corner of U.S. 281 N. and TPC Parkway.

Stone Oak residents will be able to buy straight-from-the-farmer produce with the opening Sept. 2 of a new farmers market at the corner of U.S. 281 N. and TPC Parkway.

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Labor Day Weekend Events: 3 Things To Do In San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO, TX – Saddle up for a Labor Day weekend worth remembering! These awesome local Patch Calendar events are all taking place around San Antonio.

Ride a bull, tune in to some live Texan tunes or stroll the scenic River Walk over your holiday weekend.

Live it up over Labor Day with any of these activities and learn how to post your own event to the Patch Calendar.

Make your way over to Market Square in historic downtown San Antonio for a weekend-long Labor Day celebration. You’ll hear authentic live Texan country music as you snack on fare from local food and drink vendors. You can even get involved in some arts and crafts that the whole family can enjoy.

Try your luck riding a bucking bronco at Tejas Rodeo Night...

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Stone Oak Apartments for Rent

Find peace and quiet within reach of San Antonio’s city center.
Suburb Commuter Upscale Military Schools Hospital Medical Healthcare Family-Friendly

Stone Oak’s suburban environment allows its residents to enjoy a quiet home life within close reach of both the big city and the rugged landscape of the Texas Hill Country. Most of the community is residential, with several gated communities of single-family homes catering to the large population of commuters.

With several excellent public schools and among the lowest crime rates in the region, Stone Oak is quite a popular place to raise a family...

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14-Year-Old Texas Girl’s Death Ruled a Homicide Weeks After Her Body Was Found in a Landfill

A medical examiner has ruled the death of a missing 14-year-old girl a homicide nearly two months after her body was found in a landfill in Arlington, Texas, PEOPLE confirms.

A spokesperson with the Tarrant County Medical Examiner’s Office in Texas tells PEOPLE that Kaytlynn Cargill died of “homicidal violence.”

An autopsy for the girl is expected to be completed on or before Sept. 21, the official says.

Officials with Texas’ Bedford Police Department also announced the news in a Facebook post on Thursday, noting that no arrests have been made in the girl’s death and the investigation is ongoing.

Cargill vanished on June 19 while walking her dog near her home on Bedford’s Oak Creek Lane. Her body was found two days later, on June 21, in the Republic Services landfill in Arlington.

“We had ...

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Planning A Great Trip To San Antonio

San Antonio is a great place to visit. If you are planning a trip to the beautiful city, there are some things that you should know to help make your time there as fabulous as possible. There are many things to do and to see and by planning your visit using the following tips, you can be sure to make the most of your time in San Antonio.

One thing you want to do is learn as much as you can about the area. By doing this, you can find out what there is do to in San Antonio. This will allow you to choose the best things in the area that you want to do while visiting.

Then, you will need to decide when you are planning to visit San Antonio. This is another thing that can help you decide what you want to do while in the area...

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San Antonio Museum Receives 31 Portraits of Latinx Americans by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders

Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, Sonia Sotomayor, 2010.

Houston art dealer and collector Hiram Butler will donate a suite of 31 large-scale portraits of Latinx Americans photographed by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders to the San Antonio Museum of Art. The gift will go on view at the museum in October in an exhibition titled “The Latino List: Photographs by Timothy Greenfield-Sanders.”

The photographs, which measure close to 5 feet by 4 feet, relate to The Latino List, a documentary directed by Greenfield-Sanders that originally aired as a documentary on HBO featuring interviews with 15 Latinx celebrities conducted by NPR’s Maria Hinojosa...

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Arrows Start on the Right Foot

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Authorities: Texas Mom Left 2 Kids in Hot Car as Punishment

Authorities say a Texas woman told investigators that she left her 2-year-old daughter and 16-month-old son in the hot car where they died last month to teach the girl a lesson, and that they didn’t lock themselves in, as she initially said.

Twenty-four-year-old Cynthia Marie Randolph was jailed Friday on two counts of causing serious bodily harm to a child.

Parker County sheriff’s officials say she told investigators Friday that she found the kids playing in the car May 26 and then closed the door and left them inside when the 2-year-old refused to come out.

She acknowledged going back into the home west of Fort Worth, smoking marijuana and then napping for two or three hours.

Temperatures reached the mid-90s that day.

Online jail records don’t list an attorney for her.

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