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San Antonio PD detective arrested for public intoxication after staying at bar hours after closing

A detective with the San Antonio Police Department was arrested Sunday after staying at a bar hours past closing time. An arrest affidavit obtained by KSAT alleges that authorities took Detective Evandro Guzman into custody after officers were called to Twin Sisters' Cantina, a local watering hole on South Hackberry Avenue. Police said they responded to the scene because several customers were still at the bar at 4:39 a.m.

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More ramen, Hong Kong-style ice cream coming to San Antonio’s Northwest Side

It’s little more than an empty lot for now, but within the next year, San Antonio chef and restaurateur Kevin Chu hopes to have a newly constructed Northwest Side retail plaza buzzing on Babcock Road that will feature multiple culinary concepts. The new 6,500-square-foot complex will open with two Asian food spots with room for more food tenants.

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Update: Stretch I-37 south of San Antonio reopens after fatal crash

The stretch of I-37 southbound in Atascosa County north of FM 536 was shut down.

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San Antonio Parks and Recreation to give away 1,500 fruit and nut trees this month

The San Antonio Parks and Recreation Department, in partnership with the Alamo Forest Partnership and the City of San Antonio's Development Services Department, will host its annual Jammin' Jams Fruit and Nut Tree Adoption — giving away approximately 1,500 trees — on January 25.

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