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.
What’s Up South Texas! Woman turns her painful past into a resilient future for victims of violent crimes
A San Antonio woman is turning her painful past into a bright and resilient future for victims of violent crimes across south Texas. Margaret Fernandez is the founder and CEO of the non-profit 3rd Street Closet.
Brennan, Alamo Heights both win undefeated showdowns; Hendrix’s TD lifts Boerne past Pleasanton in OT; Carrizo Springs earns milestone victory over Devine
Week 7 of KSAT's Big Game Coverage saw Brennan and Alamo Heights earn crucial victories against undefeated opponents, while Boerne and Carrizo Springs rallied to pick up big wins in district play!
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Pleasanton tops YWLA, Devine battles Navarro, Burbank faces Highlands
Week 5 of the high school volleyball season features some entertaining non-district matchups, as a shorthanded Pleasanton squad fends off YWLA, Devine battles Navarro in a five-set thriller, and Highlands takes on Burbank in a District 27-5A showdown.
2nd grade reading interventionist using ‘critters’ to help improve reading skills of students
Jenni Hagdorn, an educator with 21 years of experience, is a second-grade reading interventionist at John J. Ciavarra Elementary. She's using critters to improve the reading skills of her second-grade students.
Schuchart’s late shot lifts Jourdanton boys to dramatic comeback victory over Marion
DEVINE – Clyde Schuchart hit the game-winning three with 4 seconds left in regulation, and Jourdanton erased a 12-point halftime deficit to defeat Marion and clinch the program’s first trip to the Regional Semifinals.
7 uplifting KSAT Kids stories from 2020
SAN ANTONIO – This was a year unlike any other. To read more about all the fun and exciting things that are going on in and out of the classroom, head to KSAT’s kid-friendly zone, KSAT Kids. A 7-year-old boy in San Antonio has spent his time in quarantine helping other children learn math by way of a YouTube channel. A new book is catching the attention of Selena fans, especially those in the San Antonio area. When asked if the findings has convinced her to follow her mom’s advice, Sohn said, “Yeah, unfortunately.”Do you know someone who would benefit from KSAT Kids?
Devine teen illustrates Queen of Tejano in new children’s book ‘Simplemente Selena’
A Devine teen illustrated the Queen of Tejano in a new children’s book ‘Simplemente Selena’SAN ANTONIO – A new book is catching the attention of Selena fans, especially those in the San Antonio area. The book titled “Simplemente Selena” was written by an author from Castroville, and illustrated by a teen from the city of Devine. Hein was offered the opportunity to illustrate a children’s book titled “Dan the Man” also written by the Selena book’s author, C. Martínez-Mangold. “It took four months (to illustrate),” Hein said. “Simplemente Selena” can be purchased online now.
2 face federal firearms charges in connection with 2019 murder-suicide in Devine
SAN ANTONIO – A 26-year-old San Antonio man and a 44-year-old Devine woman are facing federal firearms charges in connection with a June 2019 murder-suicide in Devine, federal officials said. The protective order, which was issued in May 2019 after Jaramillo stabbed his intimate partner, Jessica Sanchez, prohibited him from having contact with Sanchez, officials said. According to the indictment, Jaramillo, with Garcia’s help, shot and killed Sanchez on June 30, 2019, using the firearm illegally acquired by Vega. After killing Sanchez, Jaramillo turned the firearm on himself and committed suicide. The case is being investigated as Project Guardian, an initiative started in November 2019 aimed to reduce gun violence and enforce federal firearms laws across the country.
Rural school districts face technological challenges in first week back
DEVINE, Texas – Two rural school districts in Medina County are relieved the first week of school is behind them. The scenario was very different than what they faced towards the end of the school year when they went remote. “You have trouble with passwords and logging on and getting knocked off internet access during the week,” Collavo said. The district’s roughly 1,000 students are all doing remote learning until after Labor Day, when she says about half of the student population has decided they want to do in-person learning. “You prepare and prepare and prepare and things still don’t go the way you exactly want them to,” Collavo said.