KSAT12, the Graham Media Group owned ABC affiliate station in San Antonio, TX is looking for an Operations/Production Trainee to join their Live Production Team. We are looking for someone who wants to learn the production side of live television, who’s ready to learn from one of the best teams in the business. This Operations Trainee will work directly with our operations staff to learn skills, as well as with our team of newscast producers to learn all aspects of putting together a KSAT QUALITY newscast. This includes operating the Teleprompter, robotic cameras, and Ross OverDrive automation as well as commercial spot checking.
KSAT12, the Graham Media Group owned ABC affiliate station in San Antonio, TX is looking for an Engineering Trainee to join the Engineering team. We are looking for someone who wants to learn the engineering side of live television, who’s ready to learn from one of the best teams in the business. This Engineering Trainee will work directly with our engineering staff to learn basic skills and procedures required to keep us “on-the-air” This includes basic troubleshooting skills, RF management, computer skills, Audio/Video and other skillsets common in our industry.
KSAT reporter Jessie Degollado gives advice to aspiring journalists
In part one of the recent Tejano Moments series, we talked to KSAT12 reporter Jessie Degollado, who shared a little about her journey into journalism as a Latina. Now, she is giving a few words of advice to young women who have interest in the field.
KSAT12 is a #1 ABC affiliate and a Graham Media Group station with strong community ties and top ratings. We are known for our aggressive reporting style and a keen ability to embrace new digital technologies. As if that’s not enough, we now have a new state-of-the-art multi-media complex in which to create new content opportunities for audiences across a broad range of digital platforms.
KSAT12 is a #1 ABC affiliate and a Graham Media Group station with strong community ties and top ratings. We are known for our aggressive reporting style and a keen ability to embrace new digital technologies. As if that’s not enough, we now have a state-of-the-art multi-media complex in which to create new content opportunities for audiences across a broad range of digital platforms.
SA Live Trainee
KSAT12 is a #1 ABC affiliate and a Graham Media Group station with strong community ties and top ratings. We are known for our aggressive news reporting style and for our daily, fast-paced promotion that drives viewership and follows a marketing plan to keep us at #1. And if that’s not enough, we also have a brand new, state-of-the-art media complex that excites the senses.
‘VAX LIVE: The Concert to Reunite the World’ hosted by Selena Gomez to air on KSAT12
Tune into KSAT12 Saturday, May 8 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. to watch Global Citizen’s “VAX LIVE: The Concert to Reunite the World,” a global broadcast and streaming special that aims to inspire vaccine confidence worldwide and help get the COVID-19 vaccines to everyone, everywhere.
Thinking of gardening? Here’s some advice from the director of horticulture at San Antonio Botanical Garden
In honor of National Gardening Day, we spoke with horticulturist expert, Andrew Labay, who is the Director of Horticulture at the San Antonio Botanical Garden. He spoke about gardening and the benefits that come with it.
Thistle Farms: Hope and Healing for Human Trafficking Survivors
NASVILLE, Tenn. (Ivanhoe Newswire) – Along with Mexico and the Philippines, the United States is considered one of the worst places for human trafficking. There is not an official total on the number of victims, but the estimates have it in the hundreds of thousands. Many programs focus on getting survivors out of human trafficking, but what will their lives be afterwards?
Multi-Media Sales Assistant
<b>Job Details:</b> KSAT12, the Graham Media Group owned-ABC affiliate in San Antonio, TX is searching for a MULTI-MEDIA SALES ASSISTANT who will be responsible for assisting the sales team with the processing and fulfilment of sales orders, invoicing, monthly recaps and correspondence with clients. This is a full-time position working remotely from home. There is a chance that we will return to work at the main KSAT location downtown at some point.
18-wheeler flips, takes down highway sign, power lines on I-35 on San Antonio’s Northeast Side
18-wheeler took out road sign and power lines on I-35 near Eisenhauer Road on Tuesday afternoon. San Antonio police said that the estimated damage to the power and communication lines is $1.5 million dollars. The collision happened at Interstate Highway 35 North and Eisenhauer Road and involved an 18-wheeler. An 18-wheeler was involved in a crash Tuesday afternoon that took down a road sign and a utility pole near I-35 and Eisenhauer Road. An 18-wheeler was involved in a crash Tuesday afternoon that took down a road sign and a utility pole near I-35 and Eisenhauer Road.
School mental health pilot program expands into more districts
SAN ANTONIO – Two years ago, KSAT12 was first introduced to a collaborative program involving six local agencies. The mental health mobile unit was a way to give students, their families, faculty and staff a place to go for their mental health needs. The CARE Zone opened up at South San ISD and has since flourished, with now Harlandale and Edgewood ISDs adding it to their schools. The program’s curriculum has also expanded as a result of the pandemic and services became widely available virtually. For more information about what services are provided by the CARE Zone, you can visit each district’s website.
KSAT12, a Graham Media Group owned / ABC affiliated station in San Antonio, TX is seeking a dynamic, enthusiastic results-oriented Account Executive to join our Sales Team. The perfect candidate is ready to help clients grow their business with a Multi-Product Sales offering. We are the #1 Communication company in our Market with all the tools to take clients to the next level. If you are not afraid to ask for the business and New Business Development is in your DNA, we want to talk to you. Order takers, and sole transactional AE’s need not apply, true sellers only!
SAPD: Woman fatally stabbed on Southwest Side; police searching for missing vehicle
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are investigating after a woman was fatally stabbed on the city’s Southwest Side early Monday morning. Officers were called just before 8 a.m. to the 5500 block of Little Creek Drive, not far from Old Pearsall Road and Loop 410 after receiving word of a person injured. According to police, the woman was stabbed and they are now presently looking for her car. A sergeant with SAPD said the victim was between 30 to 50 years old and that it was her son who called for help. SAPD said they have a police helicopter assisting in the search for a white Camaro with a black racing stripe.
Behind the scenes: A taste of what we do at KSAT
SAN ANTONIO – At KSAT 12 we love to talk to students and educators about what we do behind the scenes and why we are so passionate about what we do. Previously, people were able to get a chance to look at things in an up close and personal way and it made for a memorable experience for everyone. Since we are not able to welcome people into the studio, we wanted to do something special to offer insight into all that we do. GMSA Executive Producer Joy Presley and Max Massey spoke to some of the talented folks who work in front of the camera and behind the scenes who make it all happen. We hope this encourages the next generation to view this industry in an exciting and attainable way.
Heart disease is very real, don’t miss the signs
Since February is American Heart Month, KSAT is trying to help make people aware of their heart health. “My father had just turned 55 when he had the one heart attack that took his life,” Stewart said. Though heart disease can be genetic and come in many forms, it also may be preventable. “Unfortunately, with what diabetes does, it is one of the major risk factors for heart disease. If you have any questions on heart health, there are resources easily available at the American Heart Association.
Firefighters respond to fire at fireworks stand in West Bexar County
SAN ANTONIO – Bexar County firefighters responded to a fire at a fireworks stand in West Bexar County early Thursday morning. In a video sent to the KSAT newsroom, firefighters were seen battling a blaze around 6 a.m. near a Mr. W. stand near on S. Ellison just inside Loop 1604. The Bexar County Fire Department said the fire was put out around 7:45 a.m. No one was hurt by the fire. The fire department said they do not believe the cause to be suspicious in nature and that the damage is estimated at $55,000. The Bexar County Fire Marshals office is conducting an investigation.
You know you’re from San Antonio when...
San Antonio – Last week we asked KSAT12 viewers for their best answer to “Tell us you’re from San Antonio without saying you’re from San Antonio” and the responses were pretty epic. Let us know by posting it in the comments. And be sure to follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram so you can chime in on our next question. ricardoachavira on InstagramFred’s fish fry robertpaizjr on InstagramI don’t care for basketball but I love the Spurs! MySpecialK3 on TwitterI call it a breakfast taco why do you keep calling it a breakfast burrito?
Ammunition in burning shed creates dangerous situation for firefighters
SAN ANTONIO – Firefighters battling a fire in a shed in far south Bexar County had to stand up to more than just danger from the flames and smoke. They also were met by ammunition exploding inside that burning shed. A Bexar County Sheriff’s Office deputy was the first to arrive at the scene on Black Powder near Wilted Oak shortly after 4:30 a.m. Monday. He said he saw large flames coming from the back portion of the property and could hear ammunition going off inside the shed. At one point, they were concerned that it might spread to a home near the shed.
WATCH: SA Live’s Christmas Special in prime time
SAN ANTONIO – It’s our gift to you - one hour of feel-good, spirit-lifting, heartwarming television from the SA Live team Friday night from 7 to 8 p.m. on KSAT12! We’re going to announce the grand prize in our 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway! Tune in to find out: where you can snag truly tasty tamales, where you can take your family for free fun this holiday season, a craft-off between two of our expert crafters, a musical performance by a local gospel choir, an all-female mariachi group, holiday lights, an easy holiday recipe and so much more. It’s all tonight at 7 p.m. on KSAT 12 - don’t miss it! You can also watch live in the media player above, on our KSAT mobile news app or our free KSAT-TV streaming app, which works with most smart devices, including Roku.
Ammunition goes off as firefighters respond to house fire in Olmos Park
OLMOS PARK, Texas – Firefighters have responded to a fire at a single-story home in Olmos Park early Wednesday morning. The fire was called in around 8 a.m. at a home in the 100 block of Paloma Drive, not far from McCullough Avenue and Basse Road. Firefighters said when they arrived they found flames coming from the roof. Authorities say two people live inside the house, but that neither were home at the time of the fire. Police said ammunition inside the home at one point went off, forcing firefighters to back off.
Van fire damages vacant mobile home, trailer just northwest of downtown
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio firefighters responded to a fire on the near Northwest Side early Tuesday morning. The fire was called in around 5 a.m. in the 100 block of Albert Street, not far from Culebra Road and North Zarzamora Street. Firefighters said the fire appears to have started in a van and then spread to a vacant mobile home and trailer. They are worried sparks could catch the trailers that are nearby. According to the San Antonio Fire Department website, as many as 10 units answered the call.
Introducing KSAT Deals: A new destination to save on home goods, latest in tech and more
And you’re going to want to try KSATDeals.com, our newest site to score you big savings and great bargains on products for your entire family. Whether it’s home goods or technology gadgets, there are enormous discounts of up to 90% on every deal we post. This is just one of the great deals you will find every day. From dining (drive-thru and delivery) to party-themed items, this will be a perfect way to support our local economy and save you money. Make sure you visit KSATDeals.com daily to see what new deals we have found exclusively for our KSAT viewers.
San Antonio anchor goes into quarantine following family's positive COVID-19 test
KSAT12 anchor Myra Arthur has been missing from the anchor chair, but why? The San Antonio anchor went live from her home on Monday during the 6 p.m. newscast to share some personal news. "I'm home guys because two out of the four of us have tested positive for COVID," Arthur told viewers. However the doctor also did a flu and COVID-19 test and he tested positive for COVID-19. The test results came back negative for her, but that wasn't the case for her husband, who tested positive.mysanantonio.com
Overnight gunfire in Medical Center area leaves man wounded
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are investigating a shooting in the Medical Center area overnight. They found out about it when the victim showed up at a hospital in that area around 2:30 a.m. Wednesday. Police believe the shooting happened nearby, at the Interstate 10 overpass at Medical Drive. Investigators say the victim was inside a car at the time when he was shot. Police spent some time searching an apartment complex and parking structure in the 5100 block of Medical Center for evidence connected to the shooting.
More Black Friday, Cyber Monday shoppers using curbside pick-up in midst of COVID-pandemic
KSAT12 checked with the San Antonio e-commerce software company Searchspring to breakdown the numbers and explain what it means for small businesses. According to Searchspring’s findings, consumers spent $1 million every minute on Black Friday and spent $1 billion on Cyber Monday. And then going into Saturday, you saw almost $5 billion spent on small businesses online alone. So you’re really seeing people in the community wanting to rally together, support their local businesses, even if that means doing so online,” Martin said. This pandemic has hurt a lot of local small businesses, so there are ways to use this information to your advantage.
Popular San Antonio burger joint closes original location on the West Side
SAN ANTONIO – With accolades like being called the best burger in Texas, many were surprised to see Papa’s Burgers original location shut down. Owner Robert Walker posted the news on social media saying Nov. 12 was the last day in business. This isn’t the only Papa’s Burger location in San Antonio, a second was opened earlier this year on San Pedro Avenue. Walker is looking at possibly relocating the original location but nothing has been confirmed yet. Related:Burger beef: Two San Antonio restaurants in legal fight over use of ‘juicy’Burger Map: Take a tour of San Antonio burger joints
1 Houston police officer killed, another wounded; suspect shot and in custody
HOUSTON – A Houston police officer was killed and a teenager and another officer were wounded Tuesday morning when a man opened fire on law enforcement responding to a domestic disturbance call, authorities said. Harold Preston was shot multiple times, including in the head, and died at a hospital, Acevedo said. Officer Courtney Waller was shot in the arm and is in stable condition at a hospital, he said. Acevedo said he expects Manzano to be charged with murder and that police have repeatedly responded to domestic calls at the home. Acevedo said Manzano has an extensive criminal history but declined to provide details.
Medical group offers virtual assistance for physical therapy | SA Live | KSAT12
Medical group offers virtual assistance for physical therapy | SA Live | KSAT12Published: October 16, 2020, 1:29 pmIf you’re looking for personalized, coordinated care, Gonzaba Medical Group has been serving the San Antonio community for 60 years. The medical group also offers grocery giveaways for seniors, Zumba classes and free technology training.
Enjoy shopping, rides, festivals and food at Traders Village this fall | SA Live | KSAT12
Enjoy shopping, rides, festivals and food at Traders Village this fall | SA Live | KSAT12Published: October 15, 2020, 1:46 pmThe Corny Maze is the largest in South Texas sitting at 10 acres and San Antonio’s first and only corn maze.
Providence Catholic School senior receives 2020 KSAT Fiesta medal with her winning design
SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio high school senior who was chosen as the 2020 KSAT12 Fiesta medal design winner recently received her Fiesta medal despite Fiesta’s cancellation this year due to COVID-19. Vienna Nguyen, 17, of Providence Catholic School, had her design chosen among many that were entered. She said the club gave her the opportunity to create her first Fiesta medal design and that her 2019 and 2020 designs were also chosen by Providence High School. “The fireworks and floral border were inspired from the Providence’s 2019 Fiesta medal,” Nguyen said. Ms. Gonzales-McDonald and Ms. Martinez had planned on announcing it to the school when the medal was revealed during Fiesta,” Nguyen said.
‘The whole apartment complex is a crime scene’: Police searching for 10 people after shooting on NW Side
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are searching for roughly 10 people following a shooting throughout a Northwest Side apartment complex that wounded two others. A resident at the apartments said she heard several rounds of gunfire and people yelling and running near apartments six and seven. “The whole apartment complex is a crime scene,” a police sergeant said. The two wounded men, ages 21 and 23, were taken to an area hospital. Detectives found a bullet inside one apartment where no one was injured.
GMSA@9 Debrief: KSAT12's Deven Clarke explains a new segment, 'History Untold'
GMSA@9 Debrief: KSAT12's Deven Clarke explains a new segment, 'History Untold'Published: October 6, 2020, 11:08 amHistory Untold is a new KSAT12 segment that explores details of the past that are often left out of textbooks and school curriculum.
San Antonio police shoot man holding gun at Northeast Side home
SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio police officer shot and wounded a man who reportedly was holding a gun at a Northeast Side home Monday morning. San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said the officer was one of two who were responding to a domestic violence call at the home, located on Tropical Drive near Palm Bay Drive. As she was talking to them, a man came around the corner inside the home with a gun in his hand asking, “Who the (expletive) is that?,” McManus said. At some point after that, one of the officers drew his gun and fired at the man, he said. The man was shot “more than once, maybe twice,” McManus said.
Celebrate a decade of difference in Morgan’s Wonderland virtual gala
SAN ANTONIO – KSAT Community is partnering with Morgan’s Wonderland tonight to celebrate the park’s 10th birthday. Morgan’s Wonderland virtual gala will broadcast on KSAT12 from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. along with Adam Caskey as the host. I live life, l love life, I love acting and I like to advocate that’s what inclusion is about. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Morgan’s Wonderland made the difficult decision to remain closed for the remainder of 2020. The closure of the nonprofit parks will have a dramatic economic impact – a loss estimated at more than $1.3 million, according to Morgan’s Wonderland.
Texas Eats Trainee
Texas Eats, San Antonio’s #1 food and fun show, is looking for a Texas Eats Photographer/Editor Trainee to join our growing team. We are looking for someone with a passion for TV camera work, editing, and fun! We’re looking for a self-starter who can work independently on tight deadlines, and someone who lives, eats and breathes shooting and editing video. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:• Shoot and edit video to air on Texas Eats and digital/social media platforms. • Proficient shooting and editing skill are absolutely required.
Armed man killed by SAPD at Northwest Side apartment was shot by 6 officers responding to children’s screams, police report says
According to the report, officers responding to the call originally couldn’t find anything, but as they were in the parking lot getting ready to leave, they heard a gunshot and children yelling and screaming inside an apartment. When the officers went to the apartment, a woman and five children ran out the unit, leaving an armed 44-year-old man inside, the report said. One of the officers tried to get the man, identified as Victor Sanchez, to drop his handgun, the report said. None of the officers were injured and will be placed on administrative leave pending a criminal and administrative investigations. According to the report, Sanchez was out on bond for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon case where the woman was the victim.
KSAT Community spotlight: SA Youth’s annual fundraiser, ‘Chips N Salsa’ to stream live with special roaring 1920’s theme
SAN ANTONIO – SA Youth is hosting its annual Chips N Salsa fundraising event, taking place online featuring KSAT12′s Mike Osterhage and his wife Bonnie Osterhage. Chips N Salsa is an opportunity to raise funds and awareness for San Antonio’s high-risk children and young adults on Friday, Oct. 2 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 pm. Nearly 30% of San Antonio’s children live below the poverty level and have no safe place to go after school. (1) $250 donation can provide one middle school student with a backpack full of school supplies and a Chromebook laptop. (1) $500 donation can provide 10 elementary school students with school supplies(1) $750 donation can provide five high school students with a backpack full of school supplies.
Firefighters respond to reported house fire in SW Bexar County
BEXAR COUNTY, Texas Firefighters have responded to a reported house fire in Southwest Bexar County early Thursday morning. The fire was called in sometime before 7 a.m. at a home near Macdona Lacoste Road, found just outside of Loop 1604. At this time, not much is known about the fire. It is unclear if anyone is hurt. Stay with KSAT 12 both online and on-air for more information.
KSAT Community Share the Shoes drive runs through November
SAN ANTONIO - Shoes are a basic part of a child's wardrobe, yet for thousands of San Antonio children and teens, ill-fitting shoes can be a source of pain -- literally and emotionally. KSAT12 is teaming up with the San Antonio Police Department and the nonprofit Zapatos, Inc. through November in KSAT Community's Share the Shoes drive. Donate a new pair of shoes to a child in need at any of the six SAPD substations. Donations of athletic shoes are preferred for young children and teens. KSAT Community operates in partnership with University Health System, Energy Transfer and San Antonio Area Chevy Dealers.
KSAT12 is a #1 ABC affiliate and a Graham Media Group station with strong community ties and top ratings. We are known for our aggressive reporting style and a keen ability to embrace new digital technologies. And if thats not enough, we also have a brand new, state-of-the-art media complex that excites the senses. KSAT12 News is looking for a visual storyteller to join our award-winning news team. In addition to complying with the requirements of federal law, KSAT will comply with applicable state and local laws prohibiting employment discrimination.
KSAT12's Dia de los Muertos 2019 pin giveaway
KSAT12 is getting ready for Dia de los Muertos with our brand-new pin giveaway, starting this week! There will be five opportunities to get your 2019 KSAT12 Dia de los Muertos pin. You have to tune into SA Live the day before each pin giveaway to see where the secret location will be. The first 150 people in line will receive a pin. Dia de los Muertos pin giveaway datesDay 1: Thursday, Oct. 24 (Ended)Day 2: Friday, Oct. 25 (Ended)Day 3: Monday, Oct. 28 (Ended)Day 4: Tuesday, Oct. 29 (Ended)Day 5: Wednesday, Oct. 30 (Ended)For more Dia de los Muertos coverage, visit ksat.com/dayofthedead.
Mario Barrios brings title belt to KSAT
Two weeks after claiming the WBA Super Lightweight championship via unanimous decision over Batyr Akhmedov, Southwest High School graduate Mario Barrios stopped by KSAT12 to discuss what it meant to bring a title belt back to San Antonio. To hear more from Barrios, be sure to tune in to this weekend's edition of Instant Replay! Copyright 2019 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
Record number of people run for Head for the Cure, raise more than $85K
SAN ANTONIO - UPDATE: A record-setting number of runners took part in the 2019 Head for the Cure 5K Run/Walk and helped raise more than $85,000 for brain cancer research, the latest numbers show. If you would like to donate to Head for the Cure, click here. ---(Original Story)Every year, KSAT Community partners with the Head for the Cure Foundation to raise money and awareness for brain cancer since the passing of former KSAT12 news director Jim Boyle in 2014. Help us continue his and the legacy of all those who have suffered from brain cancer by signing up for the Head for the Cure 5K." KSAT Community operates in partnership with University Health System, Energy Transfer and San Antonio Area Chevy Dealers.
Weekend Web Producer
KSAT12 is a #1 ABC affiliate and a Graham Media Group station with strong community ties and top ratings. We are known for our aggressive reporting style and a keen ability to embrace new digital technologies. And if thats not enough, we also have a brand new, state-of-the-art media complex that excites the senses. KSAT12 NEWS, San Antonio, is looking for a Weekend Web Producer to join our growing KSAT.com digital team. We are looking for someone who eats, drinks and breathes digital news and information, and wants to join our team in a fast-paced, innovative environment.
Celebrate the football season kicking off at Lucy Cooper's Ice House
SAN ANTONIO - The regular NFL season kicks off next week and college football starts this weekend -- are you ready for some football? The entrant with the most points each week will receive a $25 gift card to Lucy Cooper's Ice House, and the overall winner at the end of the NFL season will receive a $250 gift card to Lucy Cooper's Ice House. If you're looking for a new spot in town to watch all the games, Lucy Cooper's Ice House is a relaxing watering hole where guests can sit back, enjoy delicious bar snacks and mouthwatering dishes paired with ice-cold drinks in a great atmosphere. CLICK HERE TO PLAY IN KSAT12'S PRO FOOTBALL PICK 'EM CHALLENGE. Sponsored article by Lucy Cooper's Ice House.
Elder Eats InstaGrub Giveaway (Paciugo) Contest Rules
By submitting an entry to this contest, brought to you by KSAT12 (Station) and ("Sponsor")Paciugo, the entrant acknowledges and agrees to all of these official contest rules (Official Rules). By entering the contest, entrants agree to waive any right to claim any ambiguity or error in these Official Rules, or the contest itself, and agree to be bound by these Official Rules and by all decisions of the Station, whose decisions are binding and final. Failure to comply with these Official Rules or any contest specific rules may result in disqualification from the contest. If the winner of a contest is under the age of 18, a parent or legal guardian must claim the prize. Failure to comply with the Official Rules of the contest may result in an entrants disqualification and/or forfeiture of any prize or prizes.