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Garrett Brnger is a reporter with KSAT 12.
WATCH: San Antonians prepare for end of mask mandate
Gov. Greg Abbott may be lifting the statewide mask mandate, but San Antonians tell KSAT they plan to keep wearing theirs.
‘It is a threat:’ Police union blasts proposition that would repeal SAPD’s collective bargaining rights
The San Antonio Police Officers Association will hold a press conference Tuesday about Prop B.
CPS Energy faces $1 billion bill for winter weather power crisis
CPS Energy and its customers could be facing a $1 billion bill for February’s weather-related power crisis, though utility officials say they are doing what they can to protect customers.
Hill Country power outages pass two weeks, some could be out into a third
The controlled blackouts and the grid power crisis may be over, but the Texas Hill Country is struggling with its own power issues that have left some rural residents in the dark for more than two weeks.
City of San Antonio vaccine text alerts won’t cover all open appointments
CPS bills won’t include extra costs from winter outages for now; CEO stops short of promising it won’t ever happen
CPS Energy CEO Paula Gold-Williams says the electric utility will use "every tool in our toolbox" to get the cost of last week's power crisis down, but she stopped short on Tuesday of promising that it won't eventually be shouldered by customers.