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(from left) City of San Antonio Assistant City Attorney Liz Provencio, and Donna McElroy, outside counsel engage in talks over officer discipline with Ron DeLord, the lead negotiator for the San Antonio Police Officers Association.
Assistant City Attorney Liz Provencio (left) and Donna McElroy, outside counsel for the city, engage in June 7 talks on officer discipline with negotiators for the San Antonio Police Officers Association. (Read more) Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Israel Del Valle, a math teacher at Matthey Middle School, laughs Tuesday with eighth grade student Sophia Sanchez. Del Valle incentivized his students to do well on the state standardized math test and handed out $1,275 to 29 students who made passing grades. (Read more) Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
City Council member Clayton Perry (D10) tips his hat Wednesday during a reception for new council members at the Red Berry Estate. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
The Blue Hole is the starting point of the San Antonio River. This stone barrier was built by George Brackenridge and extends deep underground to the southern boundary of the Edqars Aquifr in the Olmos Basin.
A stone barrier built by George Brackenridge surrounds the Blue Hole, part of the headwaters of the San Antonio River. Leaders of the Headwaters at Incarnate Word hope to secure funding to start the design process for the Spirit Reach, an extended section of the River Walk.  (Read more) Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
Family and friends of the late James Calvert gather outside of the San Antonio Country Club to watch the missing man formation flyover honoring the WWII veteran.
Family and friends of the late James Calvert gather at the San Antonio Country Club to watch a “missing man” flyover honoring the WW II veteran. (Read more) Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report

Bria Woods

Bria Woods the Raba Family Foundation Next Generation Fellow- Multimedia Journalist at the SA Report. Bria holds a bachelor's degree in communication from Trinity University and a master's in multimedia...