San Antonio Report photographers continue to chronicle San Antonio and its residents. Each week, we’ll share our most meaningful images as a visual account of San Antonio’s ever-evolving landscape.

Sandy Cilone chats with her 95-year-old father, Eldon Webb, outside of Morningside Manor, an assisted living facility that limits guests during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tuesday, March 16, 2021.
Sandy Cilone chats with her 95-year-old father, Eldon Webb, on Tuesday outside of Morningside Manor. Some assisted living and long-term care facilities are relaxing regulations for visitors. Read more. Credit: Bria Woods/ San Antonio Report
District Attorney Joe Gonzales reads his notes during a press conference outside the Bexar County Courthouse on Thursday, March 18, 2021, in San Antonio, Texas. Gonzales held a press conference to denounce hate crimes perpetrated against Asian Americans and committed to fully prosecute the individuals responsible for racist graffiti painted on the entrance to Noodle Tree, a Northwest Side ramen restaurant.
District Attorney Joe Gonzales reads his notes Thursday during a press conference outside the Bexar County Courthouse. Gonzales denounced hate crimes perpetrated against Asian Americans and committed to fully prosecute the individuals responsible for racist graffiti painted on the entrance to Noodle Tree, a Northwest Side ramen restaurant. Read more. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Indiana University players and coaching staff board charter buses Friday morning outside the St. Anthony Hotel as the basketball team prepares for its first-round game against Virginia Commonwealth University. The NCAA acknowledged wide disparities between men’s and women’s tournament practice facilities after photos shared by women athletes went viral. Read the news and related commentary. Credit: Scott Ball / San Antonio Report
Divya Kasety runs through a hallway to announce her acceptance to Texas A&M's Family Medicine residency during a "Match Day" event on the campus of University of Incarnate Word's School of Osteopathic Medicine on Friday in San Antonio. Celebrated across the nation, Match Day is the day that students graduating from medical school find out where they will complete their residency. It was the first-ever Match Day at UIW as the inaugural class of 2021 prepares to graduate in May.
Divya Kasety runs through a hallway Friday to announce her Texas A&M’s Family Medicine residency during a “Match Day” event on the campus of the University of Incarnate Word’s School of Osteopathic Medicine. Read more. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Kyle Huang, a 17 year-old senior at Brandeis High School, spoke at the Stop Asian Hate vigil held at Main Plaza on Saturday. “Asian Americans are not your punchlines, or your scapegoats, or your fetishes. We are not a virus … We are humans, and we are Americans.”
Kyle Huang, 17, a senior at Brandeis High School, spoke Saturday at a Stop Asian Hate vigil in Main Plaza. “Asian Americans are not your punchlines, or your scapegoats, or your fetishes. We are not a virus. … We are humans, and we are Americans.” Read more. Credit: Clint Datchuk for the San Antonio Report
Before entering the park all visitors must pass through an air-conditioned tent before walking in front of a large body temperature checkpoint. The machine has facial recognition and heat recognition capabilities. Those who have high temperatures are pulled aside and tested a second time according to Marketing Leader for SeaWorld San Antonio, Chuck Cureau. Wednesday, March 17, 2021.
SeaWorld San Antonio visitors pass through an air-conditioned tent Wednesday as they await admittance. The monitor displays camera output with facial recognition and thermal recording capabilities. Those showing high temperatures are rechecked. Read more. Credit: Bria Woods/ San Antonio Report
Scott Ball

Scott Ball

Scott Ball is San Antonio Report's photo editor and grew up in San Antonio.