Students at Buckner Fanning private school to return to classroom September 9
SAN ANTONIO Editors note: You can watch all these KSAT Q&As plus original content, SA Live, breaking news and more for free on KSAT TV, our streaming app that works with Roku, Samsung TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV. Whether classes have already begun virtually or were put on hold, some local school districts have been implementing plans to return to campus after Labor day and Buckner Fanning private school is one of them. Related: Heres when San Antonio school districts plan to offer in-person learningThe Head of School Sharon Newman answered our KSAT Q&As ahead of the schools reopening September 9. Newman said classes at Buckner Fanning do not have more than 10 students. Related: Were all holding our breath: Health experts on school reopenings in TexasWatch KSAT Q&As everyday on the 6 oclock news and the Nightbeat.
KSAT 12 News at 5, February 20, 2020
SAN ANTONIO – Health officials sending out a warning involving rabies and the San Antonio Stockshow and Rodeo. The first Covid-19 death in the United States happened in Washington State. A deadly officer-involved shooting on the west side of town is under investigation. Editor’s note: You can watch all these newscasts — plus original content, SA Live, breaking news and more — for free on KSAT TV, our streaming app that works with Roku, Samsung TV, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV.
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Willie Nelson says he’s no longer smoking marijuana due to breathing issues
SAN ANTONIO – Midway through a sold out two night stand at the Majestic Theater here, country music icon Willie Nelson said that in spite of recent breathing related health issues, he has no plans to give up touring. “I love the bus,” he told KSAT TV’s Paul Venema during a recent interview. “I don’t smoke anymore - take better care of myself,” Nelson said. His health issues have generated rumors suggesting that he is near death. “I don’t give a (expletive deleted) I’m here, I’m glad to be here,” and with a smile added “I’m lucky to be here.”