Deven Clarke, KSAT 12

Deven Clarke

KSAT 12

San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Deven:

COVID-19 patient who received plasma from former patient plans to pay it forward

A 47-year-old San Antonio man who is first COVID-19 patient to receive plasma containing COVID-19 antibodies from a former patient said he plans to pay it forward. → Read More

COVID-19 doctors explain qualifications for plasma donation as part of treatment

Local doctors are calling on former COVID-19 patients to be plasma donors in an effort to help current coronavirus patients fight the disease and peak that happens 28 days after infection. → Read More

COVID-19 Economic Transition Team member talks about plans to reopen local businesses

Reopening local businesses safely and effectively are the goals of the COVID-19 Economic Transition Team put together by San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff. → Read More

Many donors a ‘no show’ for blood drive held at Holmes High School

The COVID-19 pandemic has led to some changes in the way people donate blood in our area. → Read More

Doctor explains experimental plasma treatment for COVID-19 patients

An experimental COVID-19 treatment that began in China is now being used here in San Antonio. → Read More

Former COVID-19 patient donates plasma to help other patients fighting virus

The first person in San Antonio to donate plasma as part of an experimental COVID-19 treatment is speaking out about his experience. → Read More

Local financial expert discusses ways to get the most from your stimulus check

Many people are looking forward to a stimulus check from the federal government in the next few weeks. → Read More

Business owner supported by community after fire helps others affected by COVID-19 outbreak

A woman who lost her company’s building to a raging fire four weeks ago said the generosity of the community helped her business bounce back fast and now she wants to pay the generosity forward. → Read More

Criminals use coronavirus pandemic to scam victims, FBI says

From malware to threatening phone calls, the Federal Bureau of Investigation warns criminals are hard at work trying to steal your money and information during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

FBI warns online predators take advantage of school closures

With schools closed due to the coronavirus and children spending more time online, the FBI is warning parents about online predators. → Read More

’This is something that I wish on no one’: NYC corrections officer shares ongoing coronavirus experience

A New York City corrections officer who is battling COVID-19 says he believed he could die. → Read More

No gym? A video guide to working out at home

So your gym is closed, you’re stuck at home but want to get a workout in.You can still stay/get in shape from the comfort of your home without any weights or machines. → Read More

Employers finding ways to keep their staff amid coronavirus crisis

The U.S. Department of Labor reported 281,000 thousand claims for unemployment, a one-third increase from the previous week. → Read More

Meal delivery app drivers in high demand amid restaurant dining room closures

Meal delivery apps are becoming more popular amid the coronavirus outbreak and drivers are in high demand. → Read More

Colleagues, friends remember accomplishments of retired Converse asst. police chief killed by suspected drunk driver

Former Converse Asst. Police Chief, who was killed by suspected drunk driver, was remembered for accomplishments. → Read More

San Antonio couple jokes about coronavirus quarantine experience

San Antonio says two week trip that turned into weeks of quarantine was more like an adventure than an ordeal. → Read More

Father indicted in 2018 child abuse case days after baby dies in separate incident

The parent of a 17-month-old baby who was pronounced dead this weekend had been under investigation for child abuse for more than a year, but wasn’t indicted by the Bexar County District Attorney’s Office until Monday, days after the child’s death. → Read More

Comal ISD bus driver placed on leave amid investigation into alleged student segregation

Comal County ISD has placed a bus driver on administrative leave pending a formal investigation into claims of middle school students being segregated by their race. → Read More

Child finds dead relative’s body in backyard

A child around 6 years old found the body of his 37-year-old relative in a south Bexar County on Tuesday morning. → Read More

New Braunfels community in shock after 16-year-old girl is allegedly killed by her brother, 17

New Braunfels community responds after 16 year old girl is allegedly killed by her 17 year old brother → Read More