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.

Joshua Gonzalez salutes the grave of Marine Lance Cpl. Rhonald Dain Rairdan on Memorial Day at Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery. Gonzalez and his friend Rairdan were members of the Medina Valley High School Jr. ROTC. Rairdan and 30 other service members were killed in 2005 when their helicopter crashed in a desert sandstorm during what was supposed to be Rairdan’s final mission before returning home. In 2020, the Castroville post office was designated the Lance Corporal Rhonald Dain Rairdan Post Office in honor of his sacrifice. Credit: Nick Wagner / San Antonio Report
Jacqueline Yeager (left) and Kady Chuaycharoensuk (right) debrief following a patient visit with Dr. Manuel Estrada. UIW announced in early June a new residency partnership with Texas Vista Hospital. It will be a teaching hospital for Internal Medicine and the School of Osteopathy.
Jacqueline Yeager (left) and Kady Chuaycharoensuk (right) debrief following a patient visit with Dr. Manuel Estrada. The University of the Incarnate Word announced in early June a new residency partnership with Texas Vista Medical Center. It will be a teaching hospital for the School of Osteopathy. (Read more.) Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
A vehicle passes by the Whitt Printing Co. building in the Cattleman Square Historic District. The Historic and Design Review Commission voted unanimously Wednesday to follow City staff recommendations to preserve most of the building and address portions of the structure that are unstable. (Read more.)
Twelve-year-old Karen Martinez clings to her mother Blanca Balnco's arm while getting the Pfizer vaccine administered by UIW Nursing student, Jacob Zuniga. UIW partnered with the City of San Antonio DHS to reach families who still haven't been vaccinated. Blanco has a three year old in Head Start and said that's how she found out about the clinic held at Second Baptist Church on the Eastside.
Karen Martinez, 12, clings to the arm of her mother, Blanca Blanco, while University of the Incarnate Word nursing student Jacob Zuniga administers the Pfizer COVD-19 vaccine. UIW partnered with the City of San Antonio to reach families that still haven’t been vaccinated. Credit: Bria Woods / San Antonio Report
A bicyclist rides south Friday on a Salado Creek Greenway trail. Credit: Nick Wagner / 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...