A young nurse suffered cardiac arrest while training on the condition. Fellow nurses saved her life
A 23-year-old woman who recently started her first nursing job at a New Hampshire hospital was attending a training session on cardiac arrest when she, herself, suffered the medical emergency.
Some residents of collapsed Iowa building remain missing, while pets were rescued from safer area
As some residents of an Iowa apartment building that partially collapsed remain unaccounted for, officials in the city of Davenport say they were able to rescue several pets from a safer area of the six-story building.
New blood donation rules allow more gay men to give in US
New blood donations rules will allow sexually active gay and bisexual men in monogamous relationships to give in the U.S. The Food and Drug Administration guidelines ease decades-old restrictions on blood donations put in place to protect the blood supply from HIV.
Alamo Heights shuts out Harlandale, leads crazy district race; Reagan rallies past Johnson with 21-point 4th quarter; La Vernia moves home game to Floresville, still wins
The 2022 high school football season got even wilder during Week 8, as Alamo Heights defeated Harlandale to lead a crazy District 14-5A Division II race, Reagan completed a remarkable 21-point 4th-quarter comeback to take down Johnson and La Vernia moved their home game to Floresville due to a unique set of circumstances.
Brandeis stuns Johnson with 28-point comeback; Peoples leads Veterans Memorial to first district win; Davenport races past Devine, stays unbeaten
The midpoint of the 2022 high school football season featured one of the greatest comebacks yet, as Brandeis erased a 17-point deficit to stun Johnson and remain undefeated in District 28-6A.
Adams, Noland power Canyon to big win over Boerne Champion; Golden dazzles in Davenport’s win over Lockhart; Carter’s run lifts Jefferson past Brackenridge in OT
Week 4 of the 2022 high school football season was highlighted by offensive fireworks, as Canyon raced past Champion in KSAT 12's Game of the Week, Davenport scored 62 points in a win over Lockhart and Jefferson edged Brackenridge in overtime.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis sweeps Clark in 28-6A rematch, Madison tops Johnson, Boerne defeats Davenport
Week 8 of the high school volleyball season saw Brandeis avenge an early-season loss to Clark and reclaim control of District 28-6A, while Madison defeated Johnson to stay in the hunt for the playoffs and Boerne swept New Braunfels Davenport in District 28-4A.
Brennan wins early-season showdown against Reagan; Alamo Heights earns dramatic victory over Boerne; Robert Bruce, Koy Detmer get first wins as head coaches
Brennan beats Reagan, Alamo Heights stuns Boerne and a pair of new head coach earn their first wins as we recap Week 1 of the 2021 high school football season.
Real Christmas trees are trending this year for San Antonio families
SAN ANTONIO – For the Davenport family, the perfect Christmas tree isn’t what can be found in stores; instead, it’s a real tree they’re after. Fresh, live Christmas trees are in high demand this year as families turn to tradition to jolly up what’s been a Grinch of a year. So far this year, sales of real Christmas firs are up nearly 30%, according to a survey of tree retailers by Evercore ISI. “They are definitely going back to real trees,” said Misty Rollans, who, along with her husband, runs the Holiday Hills tent on U.S. Highway 281 North at Redland Road. RELATED: Where to chop down your own Christmas tree in the San Antonio and Austin areas
Virus surges in key battleground states as election nears
Retiree Ray Lohse, 68, voted Thursday at a library branch in Davenport that election officials opened to early voting. In some states, voting early still has carried health risks. The positive tests for 13 of the 60 workers at the Fulton County election preparation center shouldn’t delay election operations, county elections director Rick Barron said. There are three lines trying to get up this way,” Howard-Penn said outside the Franklin County election board. Minnesota election officials have recruited all 30,000 poll workers they believe are needed to run the general election.