By Lomi Kriel, The Texas Tribune and ProPublica and Dara Lind, ProPublica Aug. 10, 2020 This article is co-published with ProPublica, a nonprofit newsroom that investigates abuses of power.
Written by Texas Tribune on Aug 10 2020 - 8:50pm
Written by Brandy Ruiz on Aug 7 2020 - 6:29pm
Author Susan Bernardo and illustrator Courtenay Fletcher performed readings of their books, “Sun Kisses, Moon Hugs” and “The Rhino Who Swallowed a Storm,” and gave an in-depth lecture about bibliotherapy and creativity and how to guide children to develop emotional intelligence. The virtual workshop, webcast to more than 1,150 child care professionals, was sponsored by Voices for Children of San Antonio and ChildCareGroup of Dallas.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Aug 3 2020 - 1:17pm
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District (Metro Health) is alerting the community of an Ozone Action Day for tomorrow, August 3rd with atmospheric conditions expected to be favorable for producing high levels of ozone air pollution.
Written by Brandy Ruiz on Jul 27 2020 - 11:13pm
On the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Emma Faye Rudkin says she’s being forced to start all over again in standing up for her rights. When face masks became required attire for the pandemic, communication was disrupted for those with hearing loss who depend on reading lips, said Rudkin, 20, who is deaf and is the founder of the non-profit organization, Aid the Silent.
Written by Center for Pub… on Jul 16 2020 - 4:51pm
By Liz Essley Whyte, Center for Public Integrity, a nonprofit newsroom based in Washington, D.C. A document prepared for the White House Coronavirus Task Force but not publicized suggests more than a dozen states including Texas should revert to more stringent protective measures, limiting social gatherings to 10 people or fewer, closing bars and gyms and asking residents to wear masks at all times.
Written by morgan.yoshimu… on Jul 13 2020 - 10:06am
Learn how to perform Chair Yoga in a fun-filled friendly way. The class will offer many options for seated postures, including standing with chair support to safely stretch, connect within and find inner peace. Presented by IDoYogaSanAntonio.
Written by Sister Susan Mika on Jul 9 2020 - 8:48pm
Compiled by the staff of the Corporate Responsibility office of the Benedictine Sisters, Boerne,Texas THE NUMBER OF MIGRANTS ARRESTED AT THE BORDER DROPPED AGAIN IN DECEMBER
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Jul 2 2020 - 7:55pm
Midway through a news conference where executives were describing hospitals' herculean efforts to cope with a staggering increase in COVID-19 cases in San Antonio and Bexar County, the governor of Texas dropped a proclamation. Gov. Greg Abbott ordered Texans in most counties to wear face coverings in public and gave mayors and county judges the ability to impose restrictions on outdoor gatherings of more than 10 people. It was what local leaders had been imploring him to do for weeks, as COVID-19 cases spiraled out of control in Texas' urban areas.
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jul 1 2020 - 5:18pm
Just because city firework shows aren't going to happen this 4th of July, doesn't mean you have to miss out. NowCastSA has collected many fireworks shows on our YouTube channel, and we also included some from Kens5TV and other San Antonio locals so that you can still enjoy your holiday while remaining safe. Check them out below:
Written by Rebecca Espinoza on Jun 30 2020 - 3:33pm
San Antonio Fire Chief Charles Hood marched in plain clothes with #BlackLivesMatter protestors, along with his sons. "I'm marching because I've been witnessing the injustices of people of color all of my life, and I think it's important that people look through the lens of a minority, particularly a black man, who are living in fear of their lives," Hood explained to Texas Public Radio's Joey Palacios, who spotted Hood and interviewed him during a Facebook Live broadcast June 3, 2020.