Max Massey, KSAT 12

Max Massey


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by Max:

Upholstery business that made masks to stay open now prepares for curbside service

European Artisan Upholstery is one of thousands of small businesses across the state that had to come to almost to a full stop when executive orders were put in place. → Read More

Guess who? Masked hero initiative helps raise awareness about wearing mandatory masks in public

With the update to the emergency order — masks are now mandatory in public. And now, a city councilman started a new initiative to help raise awareness. → Read More

SAMSAT adds new video classes to meet demand for distance learning

The San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology has been going strong with their distance learning classes since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

First responders, medical professionals receive free food as thank you for work during COVID-19 pandemic

A local company is serving hot meals to first responders and medical professionals from a food truck early Tuesday morning. → Read More

Construction projects continue around the Alamo City amid coronavirus pandemic

There are certain professions and operations that are exempt from the county’s “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders, and that includes construction projects ranging from housing to streets and drainage. → Read More

SAPD: Man shot while sleeping in car dies, gunmen at large

A man has died after San Antonio police say he was shot inside his truck in the downtown area. → Read More

San Antonio councilman to undergo self-quarantine after family trip to Colombia

A San Antonio City Councilman will soon undergo a self-quarantine after returning from a family trip to Colombia. → Read More

Clinical trials help find successful treatments to medical issues

Clinical trials are ways doctors around the country can find successful treatments for medical issues like cancer. → Read More

Leading SA: Clayton Perry talks coronavirus, Pre-K 4 SA, infrastructure and unfinished business

Navigating the Alamo City and keeping the San Antonio culture alive - these are the top two priorities of San Antonio City Councilman Clayton Perry and District 10. → Read More

Local leaders discuss San Antonio’s state of emergency preparedness

Whether it’s a hurricane, infectious disease, or a mass shooting, every city has to have a plan in place. So where does San Antonio stand when it comes to preparedness? → Read More

San Antonio teen writes self-published book for a bigger purpose

San Antonio is now represented in the New York Times’ first-ever personal narrative essay contest, thanks to a Saint Mary's Hall student. → Read More

'We have the greatest people’: District 2 councilwoman plans to beautify and unite the East Side

In this week’s Leading SA we hear from District 2 councilwoman Jada Andrews-Sullivan who said she plans to bring new economic development, beautification and a sense of realism to the district she was raised in and now represents. → Read More

24-year-old man killed during disturbance on West Side street, police say

Police are searching for the person responsible for shooting and killing a man on the West Side early Saturday morning. → Read More

WATCH: Mayor Ron Nirenberg talks to KSAT about issues facing San Antonio in 2020, beyond

Submit your questions and it could be chosen as one of the questions that we ask city leaders to answer. → Read More

Leading SA: Mayor Nirenberg talks public transportation

Max Massey sits down with Mayor Ron Nirenberg about his big plans to fund public transportation. → Read More

Man accused of driving wrong way, hitting SAPD patrol car, 3 new vehicles at dealership

A man is accused of driving the wrong way on a Stone Oak street and ramming a San Antonio police officer’s SUV before pulling into a car dealership and striking three new vehicles. → Read More

South Side home deemed total loss after fire

The cause of a fire that burned down a South Side home overnight Wednesday is still not known, according to the San Antonio Fire Department. → Read More

SAPD sergeant assaulted by suspect during domestic disturbance, police say

A San Antonio police sergeant was assaulted by a suspect while responding to a family disturbance call Wednesday morning on the city’s West Side, police said. → Read More

Spreading Christmas Cheer hundreds of miles away in Mexico

Misael Gomez is a member of the church and a member of our KSAT 12 News team. He drove six and a half hours to hand deliver these presents and said it's something he looks forward to every year. → Read More

How to eat healthy during the holidays

The holidays are here, and for a lot of people, that means plenty of eating yummy food and treats. But that doesn't mean you can't eat healthy. → Read More