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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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Cyberattacks on Texas cities put other governments on guard
08/22/2019 4:17pm

Cyberattacks that recently crippled nearly two dozen Texas cities have put other local governments on guard, offering...More

Houston, Austin among worst traffic cities in America
08/22/2019 4:10pm

Texans living in the state&039s large metropolitan areas are wasting dozens of hours a year stuck in...More

Suspect arrested in fatal stabbing of retired administrator at Cal State Fullerton campus
08/22/2019 2:41pm

iStockFULLERTON, Calif. Days after a retired California college administrator was stabbed to death, police said they...More

Beto O’Rourke says he’s changed after massacre in hometown El Paso
08/22/2019 2:39pm

O&039Rourke shares about pausing his campaign to spend time in the city that raised him after a...More

Could this experimental Texas store be the future of brick-and-mortar retail?
08/22/2019 2:35pm

The convenience of online shopping may be great for consumers, but it&039s not so good for traditional...More

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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City Council receives updated draft of Climate Action and Adaptation Plan
08/22/2019 4:05pm

The San Antonio City Council on Thursday received a briefing regarding updates to SA Climate Readys Climate Action and Adaptation Plan. With a commitment to climate equity, the plan includes strategies for reducing San Antonios greenhouse gas emissions and building the citys resilience. The plan serves as a pathway to meet the objectives of the Paris Climate Agreement that the City Council supported with a resolution in June 2017.Climate change is a reality, and we must act to improve prospects for public health, to make our community more resilient, to deal with all impacts of our changing environment, said Mayor Ron Nirenberg. The plan is a giant step forward for San Antonio, but frankly, it is the easy part. The plan is a framework that will guide our community in the coming years as we make the difficult policy decisions necessary to implement the plan. Related: Nirenberg to unveil Climate Action and Adaptation Plan In January 2019, the first draft of the CAAP was released for public review. Since then, the plan has been revised to reflect stakeholder input. Throughout the public engagement period, SA Climate Ready hosted 288 events with 9,677 total attendees, received 5,731 completed surveys and 4,569 written comments. More than 70 of survey responses were positive, while 14 were negative and 8 were neutral. Our residents expect responsible leadership from their elected officials. Inaction and hopeful thinking are not options, said District 7 Councilwoman Ana Sandoval. Climate change threatens to harm the people and places we love. This plan outlines practical options and common-sense steps we can take to protect our community.But District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry isnt sold on the plan.The CAAP is being pushed as a framework for climate action. While I agree that we all have a stake in protecting the environment, I cannot support a plan with no financial parameters. The city and our surrounding region have a strong track record of investing and responding to climate change to the tune of over $2 billion since 2000, he said. In this version of CAAP, theyve taken away all projected monetary values for implementing this plan. This framework will inevitably lead to more dollars spent. Its hard to believe that the CAAP assigns monetary values to the cost of doing nothing, yet the cost of action is unknown. City Council cannot expect our neighbors to write a blank check for the CAAP without knowing what it will take away from our pocketbooks. Continuing Coverage: Citys climate action and adaptation plan, explained While the goal of carbon-neutrality by 2050 and the majority of the content is preserved from the original draft, updates to the draft plan include: Specific costs removed due to uncertainty of future technologies and implementation options A clear process by which future costs will be identified prior to implementation Sections streamlined and rearranged for better context and readability New images and language to better reflect the San Antonio community Added Constraints and In Current City Plan to mitigation strategies Greenhouse gas reduction goals by sector now listed for 2030 and 2040 While the plan is grounded in available climate science and best practices, it is not just about climate. Every strategy in the plan will improve the quality of life for San Antonio residents while supporting market transitions and consumer options, said Chief Sustainability Officer Douglas Melnick. We dont want a plan that is sitting on a shelf. It needs to be a living document that continuously reflects new science and technology. City Council is expected to consider the CAAP on Oct. 17. Related: City wants to hear from you about how to tackle climate change SA Climate Ready plans to reassess and update the CAAP every three to five years from the adoption date and complete a full greenhouse gas inventory assessment every two years. To view the updated draft of the CAAP, click here.

Contractor blamed for natural gas outage in north Bexar County
08/22/2019 3:37pm

About 500 homes in the north Bexar County subdivision of Trinity Oaks will be without natural gas through Thursday evening due to an outage, CPS Energy spokesman John Moreno said.A contractor was transferring natural gas service from a 6-inch to an 8-inch line Wednesday when workers inadvertently turned off the service or disconnected the smaller line before it was connected with the larger line, causing the outage, Moreno said. Related: Your Questions Answered: New charge on CPS Energy bill CPS Energy crews are working around the clock to dig and find the gas lines to remove air from them, Moreno said. After that, the meters need to be turned on and customers pilot lights need to be lit, but that can only happen when customers are at home, Moreno said.Crews will leave the CPS Energy phone number on customers doors so they can call the crews to restore service, which is not expected to happen until Thursday evening, Moreno said. Related: CPS Energy, city pursuing smart streetlight technology It could go into the early evening hours and go into the late evening hours, Moreno said.

Serial stalker ‘snapped' before he ‘raped' 3rd victim he met on dating app, SAPD says
08/22/2019 3:15pm

A serial stalker suspect was rearrested Wednesday night after three women came forward to police sharing similar accounts of violence by him, according to the San Antonio Police Department.San Antonio police said all three women had feared for their lives while in a dating relationship with Kenneth Carl Salazar, 27. He met each of the women through an online dating app, police said.Salazar is charged with sexual assault, stalking and assault causing bodily injury, one charge associated with each victim. Police said there may be other victims and potentially additional charges. RELATED: Man accused of stalking woman, family also charged in sexual assault, assault-bodily injury case Salazar continues to show stalking behaviors and the use of sexual assault as a control mechanism in family violence situations, which has been known to be a high indicator resulting in intimate partner homicide, a detective said in the affidavit. Salazars continuous aggressive actions towards females illustrate behavior that is a concern for the welfare and safety of the community and the victims associated with Salazar.San Antonio police said they first became aware of Salazar when he was charged with physically assaulting the first victim on Dec.16, 2018. On that day, police declared Salazar posed a risk of hurting himself or others and was emergency detained for a 72-hour psychiatric evaluation, according to an arrest affidavit. Police did not immediately provide more details of the first incident.Months later, while Salazar was out on bail for the assault charge, a second woman called the police in July saying Salazar raped and threatened to kill her after they got into an argument at her apartment, the affidavit said.Salazar became enraged and basically snapped on July 2 after an encounter between the second victim and Salazar, said Jennifer Rodriguez, a spokesperson with SAPD.The woman said she and Salazar were dating for about three weeks until she broke up with him because he was stalking and harassing her by calling her multiple times, visiting her place of work where he told her he would get her fired, the affidavit said.A few weeks after the second victim told authorities about the alleged sexual assault, police said Salazar was captured on video by a doorbell device trying to set off a fire alarm outside of the womans apartment.As detectives were investigating the case involving the second victim, police said a third woman came forward sharing similar stalking accounts by Salazar in August.The third victim, who also met Salazar on a dating app, described similar incidents as the first two victims, including threatening messages, aggressive and possessive behavior, according to the affidavit.The detective said Salazar sent the third victim alarming text messages and a disturbing image of the barrel of a handgun in his mouth.She and her family were forced out of their home because they are in fear for their lives due to continuous stalking and the fact Salazar is known to carry firearms, a detective said in the affidavit.During the process of being mentally evaluated in December following the first victims report, San Antonio police said officers took his firearms from him. Salazar allegedly told one of the three victims that he wasnt afraid of the police and that he had purchased more firearms even after being emergency detained, according to the affidavit.The SAPD has not yet responded to questions about whether his firearms were returned or if he was able to subsequently purchase guns.Hours before Salazars arrest Wednesday night, he contacted KSAT.com by phone to proclaim his innocence in the stalking case involving the third victim, which was first reported by KSAT.He claimed in a statement that he does not own or possess any firearms, nor has he throughout this relationship and well before and that he never made any threats toward one of the three women or her family.As of Thursday afternoon, Salazar remains in custody at the Bexar County Jail for the charges of sexual assault and assault causing bodily injury, according to online jail records.His bail has been set at $85,000. READ MORE ON KSAT.COM: SAPD: Man accused of murdering mother, 89, confessed brutal details2 women arrested in massive gambling sting, including SAPD dispatcherParents concerned after two students say man followed them home from school

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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USAA cuts bait on wealth management companies
08/22/2019 3:49pm

Since November, USAA has sold both USAA Asset Management and USAA Investment Management in deals totaling $2.65 billion. The divestiture of two of USAAs largest investment subsidiaries represents a rare misstep for the San Antonio-based financial services company and a refocusing on its core strengths.

Council signals support for revised climate action plan
08/22/2019 1:36pm

A revised climate action and adaptation plan was presented to City Council Thursday, with mostly positive comments from council members suggesting the plan has the votes it needs to pass in October.Chief Sustainability Officer Doug Melnick discussed how his office worked to address thousands of resident comments in rewriting the plan, which was originally released in January. One of the biggest changes, as Melnick stated earlier, is the removal of cost estimates for the dozens of strategies the

City's interim economic development director seeking bigger war chest
08/22/2019 1:00pm

The city of San Antonios interim economic development department director Alex Lopez made a request for a bump in her departments 2020 budget from the City Council during a presentation Wednesday. The departments budget is $15.1 million for fiscal 2019. Lopez is asking for $700,000 more for the 2020 budget. Nearly $5 million or 31 of that funding would cover department operations. According to Lopez, $2 million from the proposed $15.8 million 2020 budget would be allocated for

Veteran engineer, entrepreneur back in stadium game; building new HQ
08/22/2019 1:00pm

A shift in business strategy is paying off big for the founder of one of the Alamo Citys more successful businesswomen.

Design-build team picked for $76M Frost Bank Tower renovation
08/22/2019 12:20pm

A joint venture was selected to design and renovate the former Frost Bank Tower at 100 W. Houston St.

San Antonio Current
San Antonio Current

915 Dallas St
San Antonio, TX 78215   Directions

(210) 227-0044

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San Antonio Employees Allege Paula Deen's Family Kitchen Owes Them Money After Abrupt Closing
08/22/2019 1:15pm

Paula Deens Family Kitchen abruptly closed the doors to its San Antonio location shortly after its one year anniversary. Now, employees are claiming they were never paid what they were owed and received no notice of the closure.

San Antonio Police Arrest Man Who Reportedly Admitted to Killing His Mother
08/22/2019 12:00pm

Warning: Details of the alleged murder may disturb some readers. A San Antonio man was arrested Wednesday after police found the decomposing body of his mother in the home they shared. Police arrested 58-year-old Lindsey Turiano more than a month after finding 89-year-old Norma Turiano Woods body decomposing in a bedroom. Woods daughter called authorities on July 14 for a wellness check since she hadnt heard from her mother in several days. Responding officersdiscovered a foul odor coming from the home, located on the5900 block of Stoneybrook Drive,and saw a broken window.

ICYMI, Rick Perry Fell for That Instagram Hoax and Tried to Play It Off
08/22/2019 11:29am

Oops Former Texas governor Rick Perry was among the public figures and celebrities who fell for an Instagram hoax that took over the photo-sharing platform earlier this week. Yes, the man who oversees the U.S.s nuclear arsenal in his role as the head of the Department of Energy, was duped by a modern day version of a chain email.

Emergency Dispatch Company Will Close San Antonio Communications Center
08/22/2019 10:47am

Air Methods, aprovider of medical air services, will close its San Antonio communications center used to dispatch emergency aircraft. In an emailed statement, theEnglewood, Colorado-based company said it will handle dispatches for its San Antonio-area helicopters and planes via its communication center location in Omaha, Nebraska. As any business does, we conduct ongoing evaluations and reviews,Air Methods said in a written statement.

Drag Queens Ginger Minj and Jinkx Monsoon Will Skate into San Antonio in 2020
08/22/2019 10:43am

Remember that movie musical starring Olivia Newton-John No, not Grease the other one.

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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The Rivard Report
The Rivard Report

110 E Houston St #207
San Antonio, TX 78205   Directions

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Rep. Joaquín Castro: Federal Cybersecurity Legislation ‘Needs to Happen’
08/22/2019 12:58pm

A week after more than 20 local governments in Texas were attacked in a mass ransomware event, U.S. Rep. Joaquin Castro said its time for legislators to act.The post Rep. Joaqun Castro: Federal Cybersecurity Legislation Needs to Happen appeared first on Rivard Report.

How the Holdsworth Center Is Working to Create a Network of Texas Public School Leaders
08/22/2019 12:00pm

The Holdsworth Center works with a small number of Texas school districts but aims to create a network of public education leaders throughout the state.The post How the Holdsworth Center Is Working to Create a Network of Texas Public School Leaders appeared first on Rivard Report.

Plaza Club Relocating to New Home at Weston Centre
08/22/2019 10:36am

The historic, members-only club will occupy space on the 30th floor of downtown San Antonios tallest commercial office building.The post Plaza Club Relocating to New Home at Weston Centre appeared first on Rivard Report.

Pitch Competition Gives Tech Startups Chance to Win $100,000
08/22/2019 9:00am

Tech Bloc will host an October pitch competition where a local startup will be awarded as much as $100,000 in prize money.The post Pitch Competition Gives Tech Startups Chance to Win $100,000 appeared first on Rivard Report.

South San Passes Balanced Budget, Tempers Flare Over Reopened Schools
08/22/2019 9:00am

South San trustees passed a balanced budget Monday night, but concerns persist after initial enrollment estimates for three reopened campuses were low.The post South San Passes Balanced Budget, Tempers Flare Over Reopened Schools appeared first on Rivard Report.

WOAI TV - NBC News 4 San Antonio
WOAI TV - NBC News 4 San Antonio

4335 NW Loop 410
San Antonio, TX 78229   Directions

(210) 226-4444

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