San Antonio Report photographers chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.
A Cox Manufacturing Co. employee hoists discarded steel into a centrifuge Tuesday to spin off oil. The steel is then shipped to a recycler for melting. Bill Cox, president of Cox Manufacturing, said his company has offered official apprenticeships for 12 years. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Q Wilson, 9, cools off in the water Tuesday at the splash pad at Lincoln Park. Triple-digit temperatures continue to strain Texas’ electrical grid. Credit: Bria Woods/ San Antonio Report
Draped in an American flag, Yander Romero douses his eleke, a green and yellow necklace, with rum Friday after reuniting with family outside of a migrant resource center. Romero arrived in San Antonio after leaving his home country of Cuba on June 21 and crossing into the U.S. on July 13. He received the bracelet after partaking in a three-day ceremony known as the Mano de Orula, a Santeria ceremony in which an individual discovers their destiny. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Inmates wait to be processed at the Bexar County jail on Friday. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Khalid, a refugee from Afghanistan, helps a man with his income verification documents Wednesday at the Park at 38Thirty apartment complex. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report