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Past articles by Patty:

COVID-19 stay home orders impacting police agencies in different ways

Police agencies in and around San Antonio are reporting different crime trends. → Read More

12 members of one family recover from COVID-19

San Antonio family hopes their situation will serve as a warning to other tight knit families about how quickly the coronavirus can spread. → Read More

Bars are not operating, but still have to pay monthly state liquor sales tax

Restaurants and bars are asking for tax leniency as their businesses remain closed. → Read More

Efforts continue to reduce coronavirus spread inside the Bexar County Jail

Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff says efforts are in the works to help contain the spread of the coronavirus inside the county jail. → Read More

San Antonio Symphony among 37 arts agencies to get funding slashed by city

The San Antonio Symphony, which has been struggling to fix past financial troubles, will have less money in its coffers after the city of San Antonio decided to discontinue funding for 37 arts agencies after April due to a shortfall in the Hotel Occupancy Tax. → Read More

City awaits state investigation into COVID-19 outbreak at San Antonio nursing home

City of San Antonio says local nursing home that was the scene of a Covid-19 outbreak withheld patient death numbers until pressed for data. → Read More

Children’s Shelter in need amid COVID-19 crisis

KSAT Community is partnering with the Children's Shelter to raise money and have items donated to the agency. → Read More

San Antonio highway lanes shut down after fatal rollover

San Antonio police are shutting down Loop 1604 near Vance Jackson after a fatal wreck was reported Tuesday evening. → Read More

Curbside orders help farmers sell produce to Pearl Farmers Market customers

The closure of restaurants is having a cascading effect on the area farmers that supply them with produce, dairy products and fruits. → Read More

Coronavirus concerns could spark a blood donation shortage. Here’s why you should keep donating blood and not worry.

The South Texas Blood & Tissue Center said it’s making changes to ensure donors are safe when they visit their donation locations in light of COVID-19 concerns. → Read More

Ethics board finds Leon Valley mayor violated city charter

The Leon Valley Ethics Review Board has found that Mayor Chris Riley violated the city charter when she disclosed privileged information that she obtained because of her status as mayor. → Read More

Man killed in deputy-involved shooting in Elmendorf identified as 47-year-old

The Bexar County Sheriff’s Office is investigating an officer-involved shooting in the 17000 block of Blue Horizon. → Read More

SAPD: Park police officer to guard Benavides Park following deadly weekend shooting

Residents in a West Side neighborhood is getting some relief in their ongoing requests for help in stopping violence after a 16-year old was gunned down at Benavides Park Sunday. → Read More

San Antonio Junior Rampage says the departure of their namesake means they’ll be losing out on support

The departure of the San Antonio Rampage leaves many young hockey fans sad. The sale will not have a direct impact on the Junior Rampage but they will lose out on support. → Read More

Floresville City Council holds special meeting as legal turmoil brews

The City of Floresville was able to hold a special meeting following several days of legal battle that questioned whether the city has a quorum to conduct business. → Read More

Two detained after car stolen with child, 2, still inside vehicle on NE Side, police say

Police have detained two people after someone took a car with a 2-year-old child inside while the child’s relative went into a gas station on the Northeast Side, authorities say. → Read More

The problem that’s caused 6 cars to crash into a home’s backyard

A Northwest Side neighborhood is getting some help after half a dozen cars crashed into a home's back fence in the last four years. → Read More

5 tips to help fight off an attacker

Self-defense expert shares tips on how you can fight off an attacker if you're ever caught in a compromising situation. → Read More

No, you’re not seeing things: Windcrest installs first 3D crosswalk

The city of Windcrest has added its first 3-dimensional crosswalk outside of Windcrest Elementary School. → Read More

San Antonio residents want to see some action on homeless issues plaguing city

The first of several Homeless Strategic Plan community forums was held on the West Side on Monday. → Read More