SAN ANTONIO - Every Friday, KSAT’s Nightbeat in Review highlights some of the most impactful stories that have aired on the Nightbeat all week. Check out what’s trending this week below:
Monday's top stories:
The Mayor's Fitness Council is a group of experts dedicated to improving health throughout the city. Just a few months ago, suicide became a topic included in panel discussions.
IHOP announced on Twitter that it's getting a name change. According to Monday's tweet, the company is changing the "P" to a "B."
President Donald Trump put his extraordinary gamble with North Korea to the test on Tuesday, sitting for unprecedented talks with the rogue kingdom's despotic leader in what he hopes will amount to a historic breakthrough.
The San Antonio Metropolitan Health District's scoring of food establishments is based on a 100-point demerit system. Click to learn who made list this week.
Tuesday's top stories:
Gerardo Javier Carreon, the man accused of driving a tractor-trailer full of undocumented immigrants on the North Side, admitted to investigators that he traveled from Laredo to San Antonio on Tuesday.
A 51-year-old man is dead after, police said, his son shot him during an argument at a home on the East Side on Tuesday night.
Wednesday's top story:
A Laredo man arrested in San Antonio on Tuesday on human smuggling charges has a previous conviction for the same charge, though the circumstances are different.
A group of church members who used to be a part of the violence problem on the East Side say the answer to a better society is to eradicate illegal drugs.
Thursday's top stories:
The Justice Department's inspector general will issue a report on how top federal officials handled the investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while secretary of state.
The mother of a man whose body was found badly decomposed on the city’s West Side said she wants to see more police presence in the area where her son was found.
A San Antonio teen who was paralyzed after a surgery last summer said she would walk for her graduation, and she did it successfully Thursday night.
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