Using Robots to Remove the Esophagus
Last year in the United States, doctors diagnosed 18,000 new cases of cancer of the esophagus, the muscular tube that connects the throat to the stomach.
Making Awesome Changes: Community gardens
KSAT is teaming up with the UT Health Science Center and Salud America to bring you a new series called Making Awesome Changes, showcasing groups and people in San Antonio who are trying to do something about childhood obesity.
Power restored at Southside ISD intermediate school
A power outage that forced nearly 200 Losoya Intermediate School students to leave school early has been restored.
H-E-B donates $5 million to Children's Hospital of SA
Southside ISD intermediate school closed due to power outage
A power outage has forced the closure of of Losoya Intermediate School, in the Southside Independent School District, a district official said.
Woman survives 3 heart attacks, blocked artery
As a healthy 48-year-old woman, Donna Tuttle didn't seem like a candidate for a heart attack.
City launches new Veg-Out Campaign
The City and the mayor's fitness council are launching a new campaign aimed at getting people to eat more vegetables.
Scleroderma in Kids: A Mystery Disease
Scleroderma affects about 300-thousand Americans. There’s no cure and doctors know very little about the mysterious disease. Now, a new center is making it a mission to find out more.
Doctor who survived ebola gives blood sample to aid in research
A Nigerian doctor who survived ebola in 2014 gave a blood sample in San Antonio in hopes that he can donate blood that will be used in research.
Krispy Kreme giving away donuts Tuesday
Krispy Kreme is opening a new store in Kansas, but donut lovers around the world are being given a chance to celebrate. The donut chain is giving away 1,000 glazed treats at its shops Tuesday.
Comal ISD trustees approve bond package
Trustees in the Comal Independent School District approved a nearly $150 million bond package for the May 9 ballot Thursday evening.