Ursula Pari, KSAT 12

Ursula Pari


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Ursula:

UT Health San Antonio expands mental health screening tool access for stressed-out employees

The latest Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report Poll revealed that 59% of respondents are worried that someone in their household will get infected with COVID-19. Among those high on the list for that concern are front line medical workers. → Read More

Bexar County residents worry someone at home will contract COVID-19, Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report says

The latest Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report poll shows that the biggest concern 59% of Bexar County residents have is that someone in the home will come down with the coronavirus. → Read More

Man suspects grandfather’s death linked to early COVID-19 case

Suspicions that the coronavirus was already taking a toll on the American population were realized this week when new autopsies in California revealed that several deaths had occurred weeks earlier than the first known case. The discovery has opened up a flurry of new suspicious cases among families still in mourning. → Read More

Capital murder charge dismissed against man accused in 2013 San Antonio cold case

A capital murder case against a California man accused of the 2013 killing of Martha Batchelor in San Antonio has been dismissed just months after a DNA match linked him to the crime, court records show. → Read More

Mental health, substance abuse needs for those overwhelmed rising

While the coronavirus pandemic has created a host of health and economic problems, beneath the surface of all that is another crisis. → Read More

UT Health doctors share findings regarding COVID-19, pregnancy in webinar

For the past four Fridays, Dr. Patrick Ramsey, a maternal fetal medicine specialist at UT Health San Antonio, has taken center stage in a webinar that shares ever-changing information on how COVID-19 affects pregnancy. → Read More

San Antonio HVAC filter company pivots into face mask upgrade business

As businesses with the capability to make face masks for all of us to wear are busy at their sewing machines, a local company is working to take those efforts up a notch, making the masks better and potentially safer. → Read More

Asthma doctors fear inhaler shortage

As more people in San Antonio require breathing treatments due to COVID-19, fears for another medically-fragile condition is emerging. → Read More

New San Antonio Food Bank rules drive up price for neighborhood giveaways

The new normal is an expensive turn of luck for small food bank partner nonprofits that are no longer invited to shop for inexpensively curated food at the San Antonio Food Bank. → Read More

Lash extensions, professional hair color, and Botox are off the table during stay-home order. Now what?

Home haircuts, at-home hair color and natural aging may become the norm again. → Read More

Child abuse spike feared as families quarantine

Fears that the coronavirus quarantine will spark a flurry of unreported child abuse cases is prompting advocates to spread the word on how to calm the situation. → Read More

Modern medicine helps congenital heart defects patients live longer

While congenital heart defects are still the most common birth defects, more people these days are living into their 30s, 40s and 50s, thanks to modern medicine. → Read More

Pets Helping Vets: Nonprofits train service dogs to help veterans with PTSD

A nonprofit is studying the progress of veterans who are using trained dogs for emotional support and healing. → Read More

Head for the Cure flourishes after tragic death of former KSAT news director

Cancer is a dirty word in all languages, but when you add the word “brain” to cancer, it becomes a death sentence. → Read More

New Week, New You: 'Besties for Breasties' raising breast cancer awareness

Through events such as silent auctions, dances, painting classes and simply sharing their own stories, a local group is working to raise awareness for something that affects thousands annually: breast cancer. → Read More

KSAT 12 remembers anchor Michelle Lima

It's hard to believe it's been 20 years since anchor/reporter Michelle Lima passed away while on an assignment. We still love and remember the joyful person she was and the hard work she put in. → Read More

Local Girl Scout helps dementia patients through music

McKenna Albreight started helping senior citizens get their minds in tune though music with her 90-year-old grandmother who suffered a stroke earlier this year. → Read More

Fireworks accidents can scar for life

Memories of your Fourth Of July holiday should not include a trip to the emergency room but, for some people, they do. → Read More

San Antonio icon Edith McAllister dies at age 100

An iconic leader and volunteer in San Antonio, Edith McAllister, died Sunday of congestive heart failure. → Read More

'The Saga' creator returns to San Fernando Cathedral four years after debut

On June 13, 2014, the facade of San Fernando Cathedral came alive like it never had before. → Read More