RJ Marquez, KSAT 12

RJ Marquez


San Antonio, TX, United States

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Past articles by RJ:

Meet the local artist credited with creating and designing the original San Antonio Spurs logo

The San Antonio Spurs logo is one of the most recognized professional sports logos across the country, but nearly 50 years ago, it was just another project for the artist credited with designing the original look. → Read More

Report: Spurs selling minority stake in team; Holt says team committed to San Antonio

The San Antonio Spurs are selling a minority stake in the team and have hired Guggenheim Partners to manage the process, according to a report in Variety. → Read More

Report: Spurs selling minority stake in team; Holt says team committed to San Antonio

The San Antonio Spurs are selling a minority stake in the team and have hired Guggenheim Partners to manage the process, according to a report in Variety. → Read More

Which San Antonio movie theaters are staying closed, reopening after Abbott’s order lifted

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced Monday that movie theaters are permitted to reopen at a limited capacity when the state’s executive Stay-at-Home order expires on Thursday. However, there are some chains that will not resume operations immediately due to a variety of reasons. → Read More

SXSW 2020 film festival now streaming on Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime is now streaming more than a dozen of this year’s SXSW films that were set to premiere at this year’s festival. → Read More

COVID-19 outbreak reported at Southeast Texas Chick-fil-A restaurants

More than a dozen Chick-fil-A employees have now tested positive for COVID-19, according to a report out of Beaumont. → Read More

Texas sheriff’s deputy fatally struck by vehicle during chase on I-35

A Texas sheriff’s deputy died early Sunday morning after he was struck by a vehicle during a chase north of Austin. → Read More

By the numbers: How much money each San Antonio arts program is projected to lose due to pandemic

KSAT breaks down projected losses for each San Antonio arts programs after announcement of financial cutbacks due to pandemic. → Read More

Tips to send packages, mail safely without leaving home during coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has impacted us in a many ways and that includes some of the simpler things like going to the post office and mailing packages. → Read More

Call center concerns arise as two San Antonio locations confirm positive COVID-19 cases

Call centers remain operational under the city of San Antonio’s “Stay Home, Work Safe” orders. But that has not stopped many people from sharing their concern about their exempt status amid the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

‘Even a pandemic can’t break family bonds’: SA family plans surprise parade for 83-year-old mother in quarantine

A San Antonio family is not allowing the coronavirus pandemic to break their bond and tradition. → Read More

Spurs great Tim Duncan elected into Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

Five-time NBA champion and Spurs great Tim Duncan has been elected into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame. → Read More

David Robinson opens up about career highs, lows, toughest matchups and what he knew about Tim Duncan

Spurs legend David Robinson hosted a question and answer session Wednesday on Twitter and shared several details about his storied career, his family and life in the Navy. → Read More

Arnold Schwarzenegger says H-E-B’s response to pandemic is a ‘masterclass in preparation’

Iconic action film star Arnold Schwarzenegger is giving major praise to H-E-B. → Read More

Manu Ginobili sends ‘virtual hug’ to fans to promote social distancing

Manu Ginobili continues to be outspoken about the need for people to social distance amid the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Gregg Popovich remains committed to coaching Team USA in 2021 olympics

San Antonio Spurs head coach Gregg Popovich remains committed to coach the US Men’s Basketball Team in the Tokyo Olympics. → Read More

Former Texas A&M basketball star dies after battling coronavirus

Former Texas A&M basketball star David Edwards has died of complications from the novel coronavirus, according to the Dallas Morning News. → Read More

SAQ: COVID-19 vs. seasonal flu: Why novel coronavirus is much worse

There are a few big questions people keep asking about the novel coronavirus pandemic: isn’t this the same as the flu and what are the differences? It is not the same. Health experts say it is much worse. → Read More

Ghost Towns: Photos, videos show empty downtown San Antonio, other world landmarks and cities

The COVID-19, or novel coronavirus, pandemic has led to empty streets in San Antonio, across the nation and around the globe as people practice social distancing. → Read More

‘In A Killer’s Care’: The story behind one of Texas’ most notorious alleged serial killers Genene Jones

Genene Jones was convicted of killing two babies and suspected of murdering dozens more. KSAT News at 9 uncovers the story behind one of the most shocking suspected serial killers in Texas history. → Read More