Stephanie Serna, KSAT 12

Stephanie Serna


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Stephanie:

Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report Poll shows concerns about distance learning

According to the latest Bexar Facts-KSAT-Rivard Report poll, 48% of Bexar County residents polled say distance learning is somewhat productive, with only 33% saying distance learning is extremely or very productive. → Read More

San Antonians know food insecurity is a major problem. Here’s where, and how people are responding.

Food insecurity is a major issue facing the San Antonio area, according to 54% of likely Bexar County voters who responded to the newly released Bexar Facts-KSAT12-Rivard Report poll. → Read More

Chris Madrid’s makes plans to reopen

Chris Madrid's owner Richard Peacock said the timing of Governor Greg Abbott's announcement was "welcome" and they plan on re-opening in a responsible way while practicing social distancing.On Monday, Governor Abbott said restaurants, retail shops and movie theaters could open, but with no more than 25 percent occupancy.Peacock said to open Chris Madrid's, they are going to have to "rethink" a… → Read More

Family Service Neighborhood Place still open to families who need help

Family Service Neighborhood Place provides financial counseling, mental health counseling and workforce development. → Read More

Local nonprofit offers childcare to essential workers

A local nonprofit is offering childcare for essential workers. → Read More

What’s next for school districts after campuses ordered closed for rest of academic year?

With Gov. Greg Abbott announcing that schools will stay closed for the rest of the academic year, local school districts are working on some unfinished business. → Read More

SAISD Foundation raising money to pay monthly internet service fees for students

Some SAISD students have not been able to log on to virtual classrooms because they don’t have the technology or internet access. The SAISD Foundation is working to fix that issue. → Read More

Is it allergies or COVID-19?

You find yourself coughing and/or feeling crummy. Could it be something beyond allergies? → Read More

Corona Arts Relief Program formed to help local artists

With a lot of big events cancelled all over the city and with bars, music venues and art galleries closed indefinitely, many local artists are struggling.Luminaria and the City of San Antonio’s Department of Arts and Culture have put together the Corona Arts Relief Program to help each artist. → Read More

Meals on Wheels volunteers continue to deliver meals amid coronavirus pandemic

Amid concerns about the coronavirus spreading, volunteers with Meals on Wheels are still delivering meals to those who need it the most. → Read More

Mother desperate for answers after 16-year-old daughter dragged to death

Police found Jessica Sarah Medina, 16, dead outside a car that had crashed in front of a tire shop on Culebra Road early Sunday morning. Police said her arm and neck were caught in the seat belt of the car and she had been dragged. → Read More

Hundreds of students compete in 47th annual Walter Gerlach Livestock Show

Hundreds of NISD FFA and 4H students are hoping all their hard work will pay off this week at the 47th annual Walter Gerlach Livestock Show → Read More

UTSA unveils bike repair shop for beloved San Antonio cyclist

Nearly six months after he was struck and killed by a drunk driver while riding his bicycle, Tito Bradshaw is being honored by the local cycling community and the University of Texas in San Antonio. → Read More

Girl Scouts help Meals On Wheels deliver lunch, surprise sweet treat

The Girls Scouts of Southwest Texas spent Tuesday helping Meals on Wheels deliver hot meals and their famous cookies to senior citizens in San Antonio. → Read More

Homeowner praises Castle Hills firefighters after close call

Fire investigators are still trying to figure out what sparked a house fire in Castle Hills on Tuesday night that reignited hours later. → Read More

Therapy animals bringing joy to hospital patients

University Health System's Paws Up Pet Therapy Program is bringing smiles to hospital patients’ faces. → Read More

New SA City Council sworn into office

Among the 10 council members are three female newcomers. → Read More

Newly elected city councilwomen looking forward to serving districts

For the second time in San Antonio history, women will be the majority on the City Council. → Read More

Local girl receives Girl Scouts' highest honor

This year, 35 young women in the U.S. earned the highest honor given by the Girl Scouts, the Gold Award. One of them is local Girl Scout Kayla Goodman, who came up with an idea for the neonatal intensive care unit. → Read More

Partnership leads to road repairs, new opportunities at JBSA-Fort Sam Houston

Roads repairs are coming to Joint Base San Antonio-Fort Sam Houston. The base is getting the repairs through a partnership between San Antonio and JBSA. → Read More