The Darsch Report: June 28 to July 4

Protester Sues San Antonio Alexander Lance, along with three of his friends, is suing the city of San Antonio over claims that a police officer used excessive force during one of last year’s protests in downtown San Antonio following the murder of George Floyd. Following a protest on May 30, Lance spent three days in […]

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The Darsch Report: June 21 to 27

Armed man barges into Bexar County Elections Office On Friday morning, June 25, a 24-year-old man, whom authorities suspect was hallucinating from drugs, barged into the Bexar County Elections Office after he had fired shots inside a nearby hotel room According to Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar, Jouwan D. Williams Thomas jumped over the counter […]

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Texas Takes a Stronger Stance Against Abortion

On June 7, Texas Governor Greg Abbott signed Senate Bill 22, the No Taxpayer Dollars to Abortion Providers Act, into law—now effective since Sept. 1. Passed by the Texas Senate Affairs Committee on March 20, SB 22 protects taxpayers from subsidizing abortion providers and prohibits “advocacy or lobbying by or on behalf of a government […]

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The Darsch Report: Sept. 2 – 8

San Antonio’s Hoarding Task Force In San Antonio, all four fire deaths this year have involved hoarding, something that the San Antonio Fire Department plans to tackle. During a recent budget meeting with the city council members, San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood announced that the SAFD is working with other city departments to form […]

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The Darsch Report: Feb. 18 – 24

Cargo Plane Crash On Saturday, Feb. 24, a twin-engine cargo plane carrying three people crashed into Trinity Bay near Houston. The Boeing 767-300 plane, operated by Atlas Air Inc., originated from Miami International Airport and lost radio contact approximately 30 miles southeast of Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport. As of Sunday, two of the bodies […]

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The Darsch Report: Jan. 28 – Feb. 3

Money Laundering and Russians Court documents were released on Friday, Feb. 1 detailing a money laundering scheme of more than half a million dollars committed by a San Antonio luxury car dealer with Russian connections. Karen Mgerian, 40 — one of two men arrested in raids Thursday in which more than 100 high-end vehicles were […]

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Abbott Sets SD 19 Runoff Date for Sept 18

Governor Greg Abbott announced today the date for the runoff in the emergency special election runoff for Senate District 19. Election day will be September 18, with early voting running from September 10-14. This runoff will fill the seat previously held by the former state senator Carlos Uresti (D). Former Colonel Game Warden and Republican Peter […]

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Governor Greg Abbott Endorses Upstart HD-122 Candidate Chris Fails

Texas Governor Greg Abbott has officially endorsed Chris Fails for State Representative from House District 122. In a video released Monday morning, Governor Abbott explains why he supports Fails for State Representative, touching on his desire to reform property taxes and to fight for conservative values in the state of Texas. Fails is the current Mayor of […]

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