Top San Antonio news: Coach accused of sexually assaulting teen; single-engine plane crashes; more

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Here's what you need to know about what's happening in San Antonio.

A tulip field is opening in the San Antonio area in February

Texas-Tulips is opening a tulip field off FM 775 in La Vernia, just minutes south of downtown San Antonio.

Read the full story on KHOU 11 News.

Cheerleading coach accused of sexually assaulting student in front of his own child

A cheerleading and gymnastics coach in San Antonio was busted for allegedly sexually assaulting a teen student — including once in front of his own child, according to reports.

Read the full story on New York Post.

Single-engine plane crashes north of San Antonio

The only person onboard sustained minor injuries, authorities say.

Read the full story on KENS5.

Aquifer protection funding would be cut in half if San Antonio moves it under SAWS control

In a potential speed bump for Mayor Ron Nirenberg's ConnectSA, the Express-News is reporting that one aspect of the proposed transportation plan would cut funding for the city's aquifer protection program by half.

Read the full story on San Antonio Current.

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