‘I want to keep going forever’: Family who fell in love with fostering wants other families to see how rewarding it is
Misty and Mark Rodriguez have had as many as seven foster children come through their home in one year. They said that's because they feel supported by the Children's Shelter programs and staff.
Interim CEO addresses Children’s Shelter’s past in order to shine light on its strong foster care programs
While many people remember some turmoil within the Children's Shelter emergency shelters during the pandemic, the foster care programming was never affected. Those programs are still going strong and need the public's help.
‘Poisoned drug supply in Texas’: Recovery leaders prepare for Saturday’s Fentanyl Awareness Walk
It’s the first of its kind in San Antonio — a walk to remember those lost to fentanyl poisoning and a rally to stop it from happening. KSAT checked in with two leading recovery experts speaking Saturday, intending to make big change with education and breaking stigma.
Maestro Entrepreneur Center taking applications to help second-stage small businesses grow
Even established, profitable small businesses run into obstacles and need to hit the refresh button. The Maestro Entrepreneur Center is accepting applications from second-stage businesses for a program designed to help them evolve and grow. The deadline is the end of August.