San Antonio stories of the year in 2017: Part 2

In our continuing coverage of the biggest San Antonio stories of the year, Audrey Castoreno looks back at the second half of 2017, a year of heartache and triumph.

In our continuing coverage of the biggest San Antonio stories of the year, Audrey Castoreno looks back at the second half of 2017, a year of heartache and triumph.

Among the biggest stories of the second half of 2017 are:

Undocumented immigrants found inside a semi-truck in a Wal-Mart parking lot

A drive-by shooting kills 4-year-old Earl Whitley

San Antonio gets practice for future eclipses as a partial solar eclipse crosses through South Texas

A federal judge in San Antonio blocks the implementation of senate bill 4, which would have banned “sanctuary cities”

Hurricane Harvey strikes Texas, bringing evacuees to San Antonio, a gas panic, and community outpouring to help those affected, including a special concert from George Strait

A Seguin deputy chief helps save wounded victims during the Las Vegas shooting

First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs becomes the site of the worst mass shooting in Texas history

A 10-year-old undocumented immigrant suffering from cerebral palsy is detained by government officials at a Texas hospital

The Houston Astros become the first Texas team to win the World Series

Ken Copeland becomes the first San Marcos police officer killed in the line of duty

A deputy-involved shooting leads to the death of 6-year-old Kameron Prescott

San Antonio gets its first significant snowfall in nearly 25 years

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