Courtney Friedman, KSAT 12

Courtney Friedman

KSAT 12

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past:
  • KSAT 12
  • KPRC 2 Houston

Past articles by Courtney:

Which projects SA airport is keeping, scrapping amid COVID-19 financial hits

Airport administrators have had to get creative, finding ways to cover operating costs and continue projects for the airport's future. They are only seeing about 700 passengers a day right now. → Read More

This is what happens after you flush wipes down the toilet

Now that toilet paper is hard to find during the pandemic, more people are turning to alternative options like "flushable wipes." However, San Antonio Water System says those wipes are not actually flushable. → Read More

Companies pledge not to cut your cable, internet if COVID-19 prevents you from affording it

This week the FCC called on telecommunications companies across the nation to take a Keep Americans Connected pledge by keeping their services going even if they can't afford it. → Read More

Halcyon helps out neighbors needing groceries

A Southtown restaurant is helping out its neighbors who are search of groceries that are selling out at local stores. → Read More

Coronavirus isn’t stopping churches from feeding the homeless

People are being asked to stay home, but what about those without a home? San Antonio church volunteers are spending their time helping their homeless neighbors. → Read More

KSAT tech team member stuck in Argentina after mandatory quarantine imposed for tourists

A member of the KSAT team is stuck in a country more than 5,000 miles away due to a mandatory coronavirus quarantine. → Read More

Battered Women’s Shelter ‘is not closed and will never close,’ CEO assures victims

Amid COVID-19 concerns, the CEO of the Bexar County Battered Women and Children's Shelter has a crucial and life-saving message: The shelter is open. All services are still available. If you need help, please reach out. → Read More

Bexar County Sheriff announces COVID-19 prevention plan for jail inmates, deputies

Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar has released a COVID-19 Mitigation Plan meant to take preventative measures. Currently there are no confirmed cases of the virus within the Bexar County Adult Detention Center. → Read More

Survivor’s play about abuse, mental health, HIV is linking public to services

A domestic violence survivor is telling her story in an innovative way and it's catching the attention of agencies like SAPD and the Bexar County Metro Health. → Read More

8-year-old boy shot in drive-by opens his eyes, waves at camera

An 8-year-old boy who was shot in a drive-by shooting and has undergone nine surgeries is shocking his whole team of doctors. → Read More

How to calm kids’ fears about Coronavirus

The risk level of contracting the Coronavirus in San Antonio is very low, but a local child psychologist said when adults panic, kids do too. That's why it's important adults gather facts and react to updates calmly. → Read More

‘He started hearing voices’: Sister of man who set home on fire during standoff says brother had mental illness

The public may know the situation as a standoff with an armed man who set fire to a car and a house, but digging deeper showed that it was really a mental health story with a tragic ending. → Read More

Doctors identifying teen abuse victims through series of questions

Dr. Kristen Plastino is asking specific questions when she sees patients at UT Health San Antonio's Teen Clinic at University Hospital's Robert B. Green campus downtown. It's giving teens an outlet to discuss what's happening in their relationships. → Read More

New funding could provide free medicine and doctor’s visits for opioid-addicted patients

It's a chance for experts in San Antonio to change the entire way opioid disorder is treated in the state of Texas. $7.2 million was just awarded to the team at UT Health San Antonio that could soon make medicine and doctor's visits free for patients. → Read More

Two SA companies score 100% for LGBTQ workplace equality

Two San Antonio companies have been recognized for LGBTQ Workplace Equality and Inclusion. → Read More

4-month-old baby among 10 people who escaped Kirby house fire

A family of ten and all their pets are safe after their house caught fire around seven o'clock Friday morning. → Read More

State, federal policies strive to mandate Holocaust education

This week marks two big steps for the state and country to bring Holocaust education to the forefront. → Read More

Debrief: Courtney Friedman discusses SA airport campaign that helps human and sex trafficking victims

Highways, buses, trains and planes are all used as modes of transportation for human and sex traffickers. → Read More

Owner’s businesses burn while he was at bible study

A kitchen fire in west side restaurant spread throughout the Crown Point Center strip mall on Culebra Tuesday night. Wednesday, business owners could be seen clearing out their shops and assessing the damage. One man, has two businesses affected. → Read More

Surgery for young cancer patient underscores importance of ample blood supply

Reagan Lee, 9, is a perfect example of a patient who desperately depends on blood donations. → Read More