Know this now: Friday
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Video of a drunk Miami doctor getting into a heated and physical argument with an Uber driver went viral on Friday. Click here to see for yourself. KSAT 12's Steve Spriester is out of the state and covering the 2016 Iowa Caucus. Click here to watch his coverage. Catch up on all the news you may have missed from Friday in this ICYMI recap.
Brian Dale Nixon, 48, was arrested in Medina County Thursday after he is accused of killing his girlfriend and her roommate in Castroville. A Bexar County sheriff's deputy has filed a complaint alleging one of his supervisors created an intimidating and hostile work environment. The fans have spoken and Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard is headed to his first NBA All-Star Game as a starter. Click here to catch up on the rest of Thursday's news in this ICYMI recap video.
Steve Spriester revisits the state of homelessness in San Antonio 10 years after a KSAT 12 special. State Sen. Jose Menendez is working to create "David's Law" to help end cyberbullying. Watch this ICYMI recap video for the rest of the news you need to know from Wednesday.
Terrell Hills police arrested a man after a 13-hour search, which started with the man eluding and injuring two officers. Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin endorsed Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump. North East Independent School District teacher Joseph Sauceda has been arrested and is facing charges of sexual assault of a child. Click here to catch up on the rest of Tuesday's news in this ICYMI recap video.
An estimated 300,000 people took part in the city’s annual MLK march, making it one of the largest in the country. The New Braunfels Police Department has issued a public safety advisory after two attempted kidnappings. New stand-alone restrooms are on the way to San Antonio, downtown to be exact. The first should be installed in the next few months. Glenn Frey, who co-founded the Eagles died Monday. "Words can neither describe our sorrow, nor our love and respect for all that he has given to us, his family, the music community & millions of fans worldwide," the band said on its website Monday. Catch up on your day, with Monday's ICYMI.
SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
Forced to shoot
A call for a stolen vehicle ended Sunday afternoon with the first officer-involved shooting in 2016 for SAPD. Police said the man tried to steal a car and ran from police before opening fire on them.
I hear Iran is great this time of year
The move allows Iran to immediately recoup some $100 billion in assets frozen overseas and gets huge benefits from new oil, trade and financial opportunities that will come after Western sanctions against that country are lifted.
In a preacher’s tiny office in a small Texas town, Mark Bohanan struck a deal with God: If the failing restaurant bearing his last name would turn around, then he would devote his life to charity.
San Antonio now has the Cocktail Conference. In its fourth year, the event has raised over $355,000 for charity.
Honoring a legend
An estimated 200,000 people are expected to march the streets of the city's East Side on Monday to pay tribute to the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. Following the march, a commemorative program will be held at Pittman-Sullivan Park. KSAT has been highlighting the people that are living Dr. King’s dream. For Pastor Larry Thompson, the march has been a part of his life for as far back as he can remember. Thirty-five UTSA students recently participated in the school’s Civil Rights and Social Justice Experience. In its fifth year, the program consists of a bus ride to numerous civil rights historical locations. Stay with KSAT all day Monday for team coverage of the march.
Lone Star sports wrap
King James himself took to Facebook to sing the praises of arguably the greatest power forward of all time: Tim Duncan. A new era of Roadrunner football kicked off as UTSA introduced Frank Wilson as its new head coach. LaMarcus Aldridge scored 23 points as the San Antonio Spurs beat the Dallas Mavericks 112-83 on Sunday night and remain undefeated at home.
Early voting for Texas House District 118 begins Monday and will continue all week. Republican John Lujan and Democrat Tomas Uresti will battle for the seat vacated by Joe Farias. Keeping with the political theme, Hillary Clinton is coming to the Alamo City on Wednesday.
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