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550 KTSA - AM Radio
550 KTSA - AM Radio

4050 Eisenhauer Rd
San Antonio, TX 78218   Directions

(210) 654-5100

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Officials, suspect exchange gunfire outside Texas courthouse
06/17/2019 10:21am

Police say a person has been shot after exchanging gunfire with federal officers outside a federal courthouse in downtown Dallas

Fourteen-year-old shot during burglary at West Side home
06/17/2019 10:10am

SAN ANTONIO KTSA News A teenager accused of breaking into a West Side home

Cat filter appears during Pakistani official’s briefing
06/17/2019 10:05am

It was a mistake that had some people in Pakistan scratching their whiskers.

Gloria Vanderbilt dead at 95
06/17/2019 9:57am

Gloria Vanderbilt, the poor little rich girl heiress at the center of a scandalous custody battle of the 1930s and the designer jeans queen of the 1970s and 80s, died on Monday at 95, according to her son, CNN anchor Anderson Cooper.

Storms wreak havoc on businesses in the Schertz area
06/17/2019 9:18am

SAN ANTONIO KTSA News Storms late Sunday and early Monday ripped through the San

KABB TV - FOX 29
KABB TV - FOX 29

4335 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78229   Directions

Phone:  (210) 366-1129
News Tipline:  (210) 442-6397

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KENS 5 TV - CBS
KENS 5 TV - CBS

5400 Fredericksburg Rd
San Antonio, TX 78229   Directions

Phone:  (210) 366-5000
News Tipline:  (210) 366-2002

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KLRN 9 TV - PBS
KLRN 9 TV - PBS

501 Broadway St
San Antonio, TX 78215   Directions

(210) 270-9000

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KMYS TV - CW 35
KMYS TV - CW 35

4335 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78229   Directions

(210) 366-1129

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KSAT12 TV - ABC
KSAT12 TV - ABC

1408 N St Mary's St
San Antonio, TX 78215   Directions

(210) 351-1200

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Lunchtime Look: Storms continue to move southeast, another still possible
11/15/2017 3:42pm

Heres whats coming up on KSAT 12s News at Noon: Whats Trending Storms continue to move southeast, another still possibleThe heavy thunderstorms of overnight are continuing to move Southeast, however, there are still a few more brewing in the Hill Country.Here are the latest CPS Energy power outage numbers across the areaHere are the latest known power outages in the San Antonio area.Slideshow: See who was at Celebrity Fan Fest 2019 Todays Headlines SAPD: 14-year-old shot by homeowner while attempting to burglarize homeSan Antonio police are investigating an early-morning burglary attempt that ended with a teenager shot in the stomach.SAPD: Man killed in rear-end collision Saturday identified A 21-year-old man killed in a rear-end collision early Saturday morning has been identified by the Bexar County medical examiner as Dillon Rene Trevino.2 lightning strikes hit home in ConverseTwo lightning strikes hit a home in Converse overnight.WeatherWhats the weather looking like Click below for more details and get the latest weather forecast from KSAT 12 -- Your Weather Authority: Click HERE for weather updates Download the KSAT Weather app for iPhone and Android This is KSAT TV Thinking about cutting the cordYou can find KSAT on Roku, Amazon Firestick, Apple TV, Samsung TVs and more on KSAT TV. CLICK BELOW FOR MORE INFO

O.J.'s Bronco chase 25 years later: Looking back at infamous TV moment
06/17/2019 10:10am

So, do you remember where you were 25 years ago MondayEven if you dont -- or if you werent alive back then, its a great history lesson, since the day will mark the anniversary of one of the most captivating moments in U.S. television history.Its been 25 years since O.J. Simpson was chased by multiple police cars on a highway in California while riding in a Ford Bronco that was driven by friend Al Cowlings. An arrest warrant was issued for Simpson in connection with the killings of Simpsons ex-wife, Nicole Brown, and Ron Goldman, which took place five days earlier.The Los Angeles Police Department was expecting Simpson to turn himself in earlier that day. But that never happened, and in the evening, police spotted the Bronco heading along Interstate 405, with Cowlings driving and Simpson allegedly in the back holding a gun to his head, threatening to take his own life. Just about every major TV network interrupted its programming to show the chase, which had an estimated 95 million viewers across the nation -- more than the 90 million who watched the Super Bowl that year.In California, thousands of people parked cars along the side of the road or at overpasses to catch a glimpse of the Bronco and the pursuing police cars.Eventually, the chase ended at Simpsons estate and he ultimately turned himself in.The whole incident ended with Simpson going to trial and being acquitted in 1995.So, whats Simpson up to nowadaysHe did eventually go to jail for nine years for his role in a robbery at a Las Vegas hotel in 2007, but he was paroled in 2017, he is now reportedly living a lavish life in Las Vegas and decided this past weekend to join Twitter. Now 71, Simpson posted an introductory video to the social media platform in which he proclaimed, Ive got a little getting even to do. Coming Soon pic.twitter.com/R1tXOuuLgO-- O.J. Simpson TheRealOJ32 June 15, 2019 Do you remember where you were 25 years ago during the infamous chase Let us know in the comments below.

10 horrifying facts about Chernobyl you probably didn't know
06/17/2019 10:07am

People cant get over the new and shocking HBO miniseries Chernobyl, which depicts the nuclear disaster that happened at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in 1986. The explosion has been described as the worst nuclear disaster the world has ever seen, and it caused massive devastation to people who came near the plant after the explosion happened. HBOs new miniseries has shed some light on just how dire the situation was and continues to be.The things that happened to the people who came in contact with radiation is truly horrific, and some of the facts are just unbearable. Here are 10 things about the Chernobyl disaster that you probably didnt know. 1. Firefighter Vasily Ignatenko who was portrayed in the HBO series was one of the first people on the scene at Chernobyl, and he was exposed to huge amounts of radiation. He died an excruciating death two weeks after the explosion, coughing up his own internal organs and suffering from other awful things. 2. Ignatenkos body was so deformed and swollen from the radiation at his funeral that his wife, Lyudmila, said shoes would not fit his feet and his clothing wouldnt fit around his body. 3. Ignatenkos body was full of radioactive material that he had to be buried beneath zinc and concrete shielding.4. It is currently illegal to live in Chernobyl, the nearby town Pripyat and the surrounding area known as the Zone of Alienation or Exclusion Zone. Despite it being illegal, there are still around 140 people who live in these zones.5. Its estimated that anywhere from 100,000 to 200,000 abortions were performed on women after the incident because doctors told them their babies were exposed to radiation and could be born with birth defects. There was radiophobia, and the World Health Organization says there is no evidence that birth defects were more common in babies delivered by women who were near Chernobyl. 6. During the evacuation in 1986, people were not allowed to take their pets with them, leaving tons of dogs abandoned. 7. While it is illegal to live in the Exclusion Zone, tourists are able to visit the area and explore the ruins of Chernobyl and the deserted town of Pripyat. Tour agencies reported there has been a 40 increase in tourism since the HBO show premiered. 8. There is an abandoned amusement park in Pripyat that totally looks like its haunted. 9. During the first five years after the accident, cancer in children increased by more than 90 in the Ukraine alone. 10. The trees surrounding Chernobyl and Pripyat were exposed to radiation and soon died. The forest is now called the Red Forest.

KWEX TV  - UNIVISION 41
KWEX TV - UNIVISION 41

12451 Network Blvd Ste 140
San Antonio, TX 78249   Directions

(210) 610-4141

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My San Antonio
My San Antonio

301 Avenue E
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 250-3000
(800) 555-1551

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San Antonio Business Journal
San Antonio Business Journal

200 E Grayson St Ste 110
San Antonio, TX 78215   Directions

(210) 341-3202

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Top commercial construction permits pulled in May (slideshow)
06/17/2019 10:35am

As temperatures begins to heat up, so has construction in San Antonio.Large commercial building permits were a regular sight in May. And the Business Journal has assembled the top permits from last month to see what kinds of projects are in the works.As with months before, many of the largest building permits in May were for public-sector projects, including renovations and new construction of public schools and community colleges around San Antonio.Private-sector work was also well-represented,

Gov. Abbott avoids plumbing crisis, extends state board
06/17/2019 9:26am

Gov. Greg Abbott cited Hurricane Harvey recovery efforts as his rationale for signing an executive order on June 13 that extended the State Board of Plumbing Examiners until May 31, 2021.

AT&T collaborates with Uber on air taxis and drones
06/17/2019 9:20am

AT&T wants to see how 5G can help get Uber airborne. The Dallas telecommunications and media company is exploring with Uber Technologies Inc. NYSE: UBER how wireless, including next-generation technology, can enhance electrical vertical and landing vehilces along with cargo drones, the wireless provider said in a statement. Were in the very earliest stages of seeing what 5G can do to augment next generation air travel, but were excited for the possibilities, said Andre Fuetsch,

Ryan's Take: Schlotzsky's rebrand is mismatched for San Antonians
06/17/2019 5:00am

Schlotzskys was founded in Austin in 1971.

New Alamo Angels CEO looks to grow San Antonio
06/17/2019 5:00am

After 20 years working in nonprofits, Alamo Angelss new CEO hopes to boost the citys image as an ideal place for startups.

San Antonio Current
San Antonio Current

915 Dallas St
San Antonio, TX 78215   Directions

(210) 227-0044

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UTSA Student Accused of Assaulting Underage Relative in His Dorm Room
06/17/2019 12:15pm

A University of Texas at San Antonio student was arrested last week after he was accused of indecency with a child by contact. A KSAT report reveals that Zachary Altman, 19, hosted an underage relative in his dorm room earlier this year. According to an arrest affidavit, the male relative lived out of state and stayed with Altman for a few days. During that time, Altman allegedly made the boy engage in several sexual acts in the dorm at Chisholm Hall. When the underage relative returned home, he said Altman had asked for sexual videos of himself.

Black Hat Computer Security Group Drops Will Hurd as Speaker Over Concerns About His Voting Record
06/17/2019 12:11pm

Apparently, the folks at the Black Hat computer security conference arent convinced South Texas Congressman Will Hurd wears a white hat. The well-known security group disinvited the Republican lawmaker a former CIA officer from giving the keynote address at its upcoming conference, website TechCrunch reports. The organizers backtracked on their offer after concerns arose about Hurds voting record on womens issues.

14-Year-Old Driven to San Antonio Fire Station with Gunshot Wound After Reported Attempted Burglary
06/17/2019 11:33am

A teen has been hospitalized with a gunshot wound after burglarizing a home early Monday morning. According to reports, a couple was awakened by noises and flashlights at their home on Westville Road on the citys Far West Side. The homeowner grabbed his firearm to confront the group of burglars and fired on them,according to police.However, he was unsure whether a bullet hit any of the suspects.

Neo-Nazi Propaganda Letter Mailed to Folklores Coffee House
06/14/2019 2:27pm

If the banality of evil werent apparent before, then receiving a spam letter from neo-nazis might clear that up for you. On Friday, Folklores Coffee House posted an image on Facebook of a form letter they received from a Milwaukee-based group calling themselves New Order.

San Antonio Express-News
San Antonio Express-News

301 Avenue E
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

(210) 250-3000

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Spectrum News San Antonio
Spectrum News San Antonio

403 Urban Loop
San Antonio, TX 78207   Directions

(210) 582-9408

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