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David Ibañez

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Past articles by David:

BiblioTech branches to reopen for essential services

BiblioTech branches will reopen May 4 on a limited basis to provide digital and essential services to the public. → Read More

Kerrville to host COVID-19 drive-thru testing event

The city of Kerrville will offer drive-thru COVID-19 testing on Saturday, May 2, at the Kroc Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. → Read More

Medina Valley High School unveils graduation ceremony plans

Medina Valley High School has released plans for a graduation ceremony for the senior Class of 2020. → Read More

San Antonio COVID-19 patient meets plasma donor he says saved his life

David Herrmann got some news from his doctor that people these days are fearing: He tested positive for COVID-19. → Read More

Man shot in stomach during drive-by shooting near North Star Mall

A 20-year-old man was shot in the stomach during a drive-by shooting Tuesday night near North Star Mall, police said. → Read More

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

Comal County residents can get tested for COVID-19 at drive-thru testing site

Comal County residents can be tested for COVID-19 free on Thursday at Canyon High School in New Braunfels. → Read More

Portion of Wurzbach Parkway on NW Side to be closed this weekend

Wurzbach Parkway between Northwest Military Highway and Blanco Road will be closed for five weekends. → Read More

VIA unveils 'Essential Service’ schedule

According to a news release, the new schedule maintains or improves current schedules for routes that continue to see high ridership and adjusts others based on changing conditions, such as lower demand and available resources. → Read More

DeWitt County to conduct COVID-19 testing

Dewitt County will offer COVID-19 testing Saturday after being selected as a mobile testing location by the Texas Department of State Health Services. → Read More

Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio distribute food to needy families

The Boys and Girls Clubs of San Antonio is paying it forward after receiving some fresh produce from the San Antonio Food Bank. → Read More

Guadalupe County to conduct COVID-19 testing

Guadalupe County will offer COVID-19 testing Thursday after being selected as a mobile testing location by the Texas Department of State Health Services. → Read More

Landa Park Golf Course to reopen, library curbside pickup to resume in New Braunfels

Two popular city services are reopening this week with strict protocols to protect the public. → Read More

Tutorial videos help job seekers file unemployment benefits application online

Workforce Solutions Alamo has developed step-by-step tutorial videos to help job applicants file an unemployment benefits application online. → Read More

Whataburger hiring for 700 jobs in Texas, including 55 in San Antonio

Whataburger is looking to hire restaurant managers and other team members in Texas and nine other states. → Read More

2 arrested in 2016 fatal drive-by shooting

Two people have been arrested in connection with a January 2016 drive-by shooting death. → Read More

San Antonio has 840 COVID-19 quarantine rooms ready for occupancy

The city of San Antonio has 840 hotel rooms available for people who test positive for COVID-19 and have nowhere to quarantine themselves, said Chief Charles Hood of the San Antonio Fire Department. → Read More

5 Bexar County Jail inmates test positive for COVID-19, bringing total to 7

Seven inmates at the Bexar County Jail have now tested positive for the coronavirus, the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office said. → Read More

11 more BCSO deputies from recently-graduated detention cadet class test positive for COVID-19

Eleven more deputies from the recently-graduated detention cadet class 2020-Alpha have tested positive for COVID-19, deputy Johnny Garcia, a BCSO spokesman said Friday night in a news release. → Read More

San Antonio funeral home raises 50-foot cross to pay tribute to COVID-19 victims on Easter

A San Antonio funeral home erected a huge cross Friday in honor of people who have died of the coronavirus across the country. → Read More