Michael Locklear, News 4 San Antonio

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News 4 San Antonio

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Past articles by Michael:

Loved ones hug again for first time in months at Utah senior living facility

Utah’s long-term care facilities are slowly reopening. Caption: KUTV - Michael Locklear reports The Ridge Foothill Senior Living is loosening more restrictions on Thursday. Now that residents and staffers are fully vaccinated, masks are optional for residents. They’re still required for staff and visitors. Family members will be allowed to visit residents in their rooms once again, too. → Read More

Infant child delivered after mom critically injured in crash taken off life support

Family members of Shelby Boyce, an 8-months pregnant woman who died from injuries in a car crash in West Valley on Thursday night, say Boyce's infant child will not survive and will be taken off life support on Friday. Caption: KUTV: Michael Locklear reports The child was delivered by Caesarean section after Boyce, 29, was rushed to the hospital in critical condition following the crash. The… → Read More

New audio reveals what Lori Vallow Daybell told police when they started asking questions

Prosecutors played a body camera video in court on Monday, revealing what Lori Vallow Daybell told Rexburg police when they started asking questions about her missing son. “That’s why we’re concerned because this was kind of weird,” an officer said after knocking on her door. Daybell said: It is very weird. I’ve had to move around a lot. One of my brothers is trying to kill me. Not the brother… → Read More

More warrants expected in MacKenzie Lueck case; police may be checking for other victims

SALT LAKE CITY (KUTV) — Police are working to get answers to the lingering questions that many have in the MacKenzie Lueck case. Chief Mike Brown confirmed Monday that officers executed two search warrants Friday night, but he declined to provide details about them. Chief Mike Brown confirmed Monday that officers executed two search warrants Friday night, but he declined to provide details about… → Read More

'Grinch' caught, neighbors say he stole Christmas decorations to use at his party

Families in Sandy are thanking police for getting their Christmas decorations back. They’re putting them up for a second time. Video aired Wednesdayby KUTV showed a man swiping wreaths and ornaments. The Sandy City Police Department identified the man as Adam Finch, 45. They arrested him on suspicion of theft. About four homes were hit on Brighton View Drive in Sandy. Neighbors got their… → Read More

Taxpayer-funded computers, mowers and refrigerators are nowhere to be found

The city of San Antonio can’t find more than $100,000 worth of property purchased by taxpayers, and a recent audit revealed inconsistencies with how the city keeps track of everything from computers to expensive tools.News 4 San Antonio requested the list → Read More

Parents, homeowners organize to keep concrete plant from building near school

Parents and homeowners in the Hill Country are organizing to fight a proposed concrete plant that the company says is needed to keep up with growth.Vulcan Material Company is applying for permits to build about 2,000 feet from Hill Country Montessori Schoo → Read More

Where do your elected officials stand on SAWS rate hike?

Councilman Manny Pelaez toured a sewer line project Wednesday, saying he wanted to better understand what’s behind the push for higher water bills.The San Antonio Water System is proposing a 5.8 percent rate increase next year, followed by a 4.7 percent hi → Read More

Bandera Road's future: Researchers favor four new lanes over six-mile elevated highway

UTSA researchers are studying options for the future of Bandera Road, with the goal of taking the best one to state transportation officials for consideration.The city of Leon Valley is paying $18,250 for the study, which includes an economic analysis and → Read More

Thirteen San Antonio nail salons fail inspection in one month for same reason

More than a dozen local nail salons recently failed inspection because the state said they weren’t clean enough, putting people getting manicures and pedicures at risk.If you go to a place that's dirty, it’s a possibility that you could get an infection, f → Read More

Victims' families consider suing Air Force for error that let church shooter buy guns

A local attorney says some families of those killed in the Sutherland Springs church massacre are now considering suing the U.S. Air Force.The agency’s error allowed the shooter to buy guns.Tim Maloney, personal injury attorney in San Antonio, said he beli → Read More

Sledgehammer thief works hard for little payout

SAN ANTONIO - An inside look at how somebody stole money by tunneling through the walls of businesses. The burglar's plan was to get into the target business by breaking through a wall in an adjoining office.Eye Doctor Kent Jensen tells me the thief neatly → Read More

Shock collars on girls and poop toothpaste: Parents facing charges in child abuse case

Sheriff Javier Salazar said Tuesday that the child abuse case involving shock collars on girls is one of the worst he’s seen.“I’ve been a police officer for the better part of 25 years,” Salazar said. “Just when you think that nothing shocks you anymore, n → Read More

Why are some San Antonio restaurants closing?

A handful of restaurants have closed recently in San Antonio, and a past president of the local restaurant association says that may be because we have too many.Dave Saylor, who also owns Acadiana Café on the Northwest Side, said the number of restaurants → Read More

Restaurant ‘closed for remodeling’ is court-ordered to fix smoke problem before reopening

A popular Southeast Side chicken restaurant is closed indefinitely once again because of the amount of smoke its grills generate.A sign outside Pollos Asados said “closed for remodeling” (in Spanish) from Sept. 29 to Oct. 29, although it does not appear th → Read More

Mayor, business leaders hope to attract foreign investment, new ideas on overseas trip

City officials and top business leaders are heading overseas Friday for a culture and trade mission to two countries.The first stops will be Tel Aviv, Israel, and Jerusalem.This one will be building on our cybersecurity partnership, Mayor Ron Nirenberg sai → Read More

Kerrville teen accused of drowning nephew 'would never hurt a fly,' dad says

A 19-year-old Kerrville man is accused of murdering his nephew in the Seattle area.Investigators say they found the body of Dayvid Pakko, 6, near Lynnwood, Washington, on Tuesday morning. Family members reported the little boy missing on Monday.The Snohomi → Read More

Man may have sexually assaulted dozens of his foster kids, sheriff says

Two sheriffs in the San Antonio area are asking more victims to come forward in the case of a foster dad accused of sexually abusing at least six teen girls in his care. They believe he may have preyed on dozens of young women over the course of a decade.D → Read More

Funeral held for father shot during home invasion

A memorial service was held for Clay Robinson Friday. Family, friends and even strangers attended the event.The 51-year-old physician’s assistant died after he was shot during an apparent home invasion Tuesday morning.The way he left us is exactly the way → Read More

Influx of Puerto Ricans resettling in San Antonio after hurricane

A number of Puerto Ricans – perhaps hundreds – are resettling in the San Antonio area after Hurricane Maria’s devastating blow to the island.The Association of Puerto Ricans in San Antonio, a nonprofit, estimates hundreds of families have moved already or → Read More