Share: What changes are you making in your own life, related to climate change and the environment?
When it comes to our climate, and slowing the catastrophic effects of global warming, there’s so much information, and scientists are still working to learn more as the world continues to change and evolve over time.
Brownsville ISD to host annual community holiday tamalada
The Brownsville Independent School District Board of Trustees and Superintendent of Schools René Gutiérrez invite the community to the annual BISD Holiday Tamalada at 5 p.m. today at the Central Administration Building Cafeteria, 708 Palm Blvd. “We are inviting the community to join us for our annual community Holiday Tamalada,” Gutiérrez said. “This is open to the public and we want to share the good cheer and spirt this holiday season.”smyrgv.com
Community members continue prayers for San Antonio artist battling cancer
Community members gathered Sunday evening to pray for 75-year-old <a href="https://www.ksat.com/news/local/2021/11/17/community-members-gather-to-pray-for-san-antonio-artist-in-hospital-battling-cancer/" target="_blank">Jesse Trevino</a>, one of San Antonio’s most iconic artists currently in a Houston hospital battling cancer.
Did you lose a loved one to COVID-19? This is your chance to share that person’s story with the world
Maybe it was when the pandemic first arrived in the United States, or perhaps it only happened in recent weeks or months. But if you lost a friend or family member to COVID-19, and you’d like to memorialize that person’s legacy, we invite you to share more.
Your wild home-buying, home-selling stories: These 7 help paint the picture
We’ve all heard about it by now: Houses are selling like crazy (and they have been for quite some time now), interest rates have been at all-time lows, and it seems like everywhere you turn, you learn of another wild real estate story.
You paid HOW much over asking? Tell us your wild housing market stories here
We’ve all heard about it by now: Houses are selling like crazy (and they have been for quite some time), interest rates have been at all-time lows, and it seems like everywhere you turn, you learn of another wild real estate story.
City encourages applications for assistance program
The San Marcos community is being encouraged to apply for the Utility Assistance Program, implemented by the city. Utility late fees and disconnections were postponed beginning in March 2020 and were set to help those impacted by COVID-19 and February's snowstorm. [San Marcos, TX] [Hays County news] News San Marcos News, San Marcos Record [Texas State]sanmarcosrecord.com
What’s a hurricane tip you wish you had learned sooner?
Whether you’ve experienced a bad storm yourself, or maybe it was your friends or relatives who had to survive the ordeal, it’s better to ask these questions before we’re in the midst of a disaster: Have you ever received advice about how to prepare for a hurricane that really stuck with you?
Cleaning it forward: San Antonio business inspired to give back to nonprofits and charities
SAN ANTONIO – A lesson in corporate responsibility inspired a veteran-owned business to give back to nonprofits and charities in the San Antonio area. Good As New Exterior Cleaning is saying “thank you” to the community through power washing and scrubbing windows. Craig Lightcap is a veteran and the owner of the exterior cleaning company. “We’re going to be cleaning the Boys and Girls Club (of San Antonio West Side campus) out here,” Lightcap said. “In college, my business law professor who was a judge, one of the lessons that really stuck with me was on corporate responsibility,” Lightcap said.
People stepping up to help these kids in need is nothing short of amazing
They distributed the bags to kids at four different schools.”The totes were filled with healthy snacks, school supplies, toys and games. First Coast BlessingsThrough First Coast Blessings, Evans feeds almost 5,000 kids each week in the Jacksonville area. “If a guidance counselor says ‘I have a group of kids,’ or ’'all the kids meet criteria,’ then they create program there. We partner with schools who feed kids Monday through Friday -- kids who depend on meals.”Evans said she considers people like teachers, cafeteria workers and guidance counselors experts. Ad“They have what they need Monday through Sunday, and it creates a strong safety net for children,” Evans said.
H-E-B partners call on grocery giant to enforce face mask policy for shoppers
H-E-B partners want face masks to be enforced, not encouraged. Greg Abbott's announcement last week, H-E-B released a statement that it would urge all customers to wear face masks while in its stores. "We will continue to expect shoppers to wear masks while in our stores. Additionally, we will still require all our Partners and vendors to wear masks while at work," the company stated. READ ALSO: Mask on: Restaurants and shops in San Antonio that are keeping mask requirementsH-E-B added it will give face masks to those who don't have one.mysanantonio.com
LIES- SAPD CHIEF MCMANUS' CONTINUOUS LYING IS A BREAK OF PUBLIC TRUST
SAPD Chief William McManus Loses Complete Trust with the Community- After 16 years, it's time for him to goTrust is a cornerstone of any relationship. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus again finds himself in the hot seat as a result of the actions of an SAPD officer under his charge. And yet, Chief McManus has gotten away with this behavior- not once, not twice, but three times now. Chief McManus has held his position here since March 2006 after serving one year as Police Chief for the now infamous- Minneapolis Police Department. Perhaps its time that San Antonio severs its relationship with Chief William McManus.saobserver.com
Need some good news? Watch Something Good
SAN ANTONIO Its time for some good news. On Sunday at 4 p.m., KSAT 12 will air Something Good a collaboration with KSATs five sister stations. The special will be livestreamed in this article and can be watched above in the video player. Its amid times of crisis and uncertainty that people come together, uplifting their communities in inspiring ways. We want to hear about your Something Good. Share photos, video or a write up here.
'Community' Reunion: Donald Glover Pitches His Idea for a Movie
For die-hard Community fans, the hopes for the comedy series have always been "six seasons and a movie!" And it was the Atlanta creator and star who unwittingly took the first stab at pitching a possible movie idea to the group. Community started streaming on Netflix on April 1, and ET spoke with McHale last month about the "six seasons and a movie!" "I would do it in a New York minute," he continued, adding, "It's going to be hard to get a hold of Donald [Glover]... Obviously, Donald became -- I mean, I think people on Mercury know who he is. RELATED CONTENT:Pedro Pascal Can't Stop Cracking Up During 'Community' Reunion Virtual Table Read'Community': Dan Harmon Says There Are 'Conversations' About a MovieWatch the 'Community' Cast's Virtual Reunion Where Donald Glover Finds Out He's Not Part of the Group Chat
Pedro Pascal Can't Stop Cracking Up During 'Community' Reunion Virtual Table Read
The Community cast reunited for a virtual table read on Monday -- and things at Greendale were just as hilarious as ever! While the executor was originally played by Walton Goggins in the 2014 episode, he was unavailable for Monday's reading. The cast fell right back into character in the hilarious ep, and Pascal did a great job leading them through Pierce's preplanned interrogation. Community, which premiered in 2009, followed seven unlikely strangers who meet in a study group at community college. It's taking place on a large pirate ship," McHale joked of a Community feature when ET chatted with him last month.
United States Files False Claims Act Complaint against Community Health Network
The United States has filed a complaint against Community Health Network Inc. (Community) in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, the Department of Justice announced today. The Act permits the United States to intervene and take over the lawsuit, as it has done here in part. The case is captioned United States and the State of Indiana ex rel. Thomas Fischer v. Community Health Network, Inc., et al. The claims in which the United States has intervened are allegations only, and there has been no determination of liability.justice.gov
5 ways to make the most of your week in San Antonio
San Antonio Area Foundation and San Antonio Young Professionals are bringing you a unique opportunity where you will create connections with fellow young professionals and select local nonprofits who are looking to engage Millennials and Gen Z in serving their mission and benefit the San Antonio community. When: Tuesday, Sept. 10, 6:30-10 p.m.Where: Charline McCombs Empire Theater, 226 N. St. Mary's St. We would like to thank you for being a part of the ELEANORA community as we celebrate our magazine of the year nomination by the San Antonio Fashion Awards. When: Thursday, Sept. 12, 6-8:30 p.m.Where: Ivy Hall, 1127 S. St. Mary's St. When: Thursday, Sept. 12, 8-9:30 p.m.Where: The Amp Room, 2407 N. St. Mary's St.
ANNUAL JAMBOREE- A HUGE SUCCESS
Back-to-School Jamboree continues to support the CommunitySAN ANTONIO The Claude W. Black Center Advisory Board, in cooperation with healing souls, Inc., held its annual Back-to-School Jamboree at the Claude W. Black Community Center, Aug. 2. Special thanks to the following major sponsors and organizations: H-E-B, healing souls, Inc., Amerigroup,WellCare, Frost Bank, Selrico, Rosemary Catering, RK Group, San Antonio Zulu Association, Half Price Books, Popeyes, Family Services Association, Noble Gentlemen of San Antonio, Moussa Temple No. The Claude W. Black Community Center is a staple on San Antonios Eastside and offers programs to assist community members in need. The Back-to-School Jamboree, along with others events hosted throughout the year, is the Claude W. Black Center Advisory Boards way of accomplishing its mission of enhancing life, one family at a time. For more information on programs offered, call (210) 207-5236, or visit their Facebook page: Claude W. Black Center Advisory Board.saobserver.com
6/08: Holes exposed in TSA terror watch list; Community demands firing of cop in Texas pool party incident
A new report found that the TSA doesn't have access to terrorist watch list data that would have flagged 73 airport workers; McKinney police officer Eric Casebolt was suspended after video was released showing his rough response to a disturbance at a Texas pool party.cbsnews.com