Cynthia Weil, Grammy winning lyricist who had hits with husband Barry Mann, dead at 82
Cynthia Weil, a Grammy-winning lyricist of great range and endurance who enjoyed a decades-long partnership with husband Barry Mann and helped write "You've Lost That Lovin' Feeling," "On Broadway," "Walking in the Rain" and dozens of other hits, has died at age 82.
6 dead, 30 hurt in shooting at Chicago-area July 4 parade
Police say a gunman on a rooftop opened fire on an Independence Day parade in suburban Chicago, killing at least six people, wounding at least 30 and sending hundreds of marchers, parents with strollers and children on bicycles fleeing in terror.
South Texas Pride Q&A: San Antonio to host first-ever Pride Month river parade in mid-June
This year’s Pride Month will feature the first-ever Bud Light Pride River Parade by Visit San Antonio on June 18. Maggie Thompson, director of River Walk operations, joined this episode of the South Texas Pride Q&A series to discuss more about the parade and what visitors can expect.
Live Oak resident celebrates turning 102 with parade
LIVE OAK, Texas – Live Oak resident Ozelle Jordan turned 102 on Tuesday, and her birthday was celebrated with a parade. The residents and workers at Serenity Oaks Assisted Living and Memory Care held a drive by parade led by the Live Oak Police Department. Jordan was born in 1918, the year the Spanish Flu broke out and graduated from Halandale High School in 1935. A Live Oak resident celebrated her 102nd birthday on Tuesday. Happy birthday Ozelle Jordan!
WATCH: Family surprises loved one with car parade on 104th birthday
SAN ANTONIO – On Friday, the family of Maria Lopez surprised her with a car parade for her 104th birthday. Lopez is a proud mother of 11 children. Her family said they are grateful not to let this milestone go by unnoticed even during a pandemic. The people who know her best describe her as humble, hardworking and noble. The parade was organized by Pride PHC Services, which offers supportive care for the disabled and elderly.
Warren High School seniors mark National Decision Day with a parade
SAN ANTONIO – With horns honking and students cheering, a parade of vehicles snaked its way around the Warren High School campus Friday morning. Seniors were observing National Decision Day, a deadline for them to announce their college, university or military branch of choice. During the procession students paused to announce their choice to faculty members on hand to view the parade. “We don’t get prom, Senior Skip Day,” said Senior Marco Guzman. “This is a great thing to celebrate and this pandemic is causing us to be very creative.”
‘My mom and I were both in tears,’ cancer survivor says after BAMC healthcare workers deliver birthday surprise
Her healthcare team organized a surprise drive-by birthday parade that caught McBride completely off-guard. “I wanted to bring a little joy to Mary on her birthday,” said Bianca Rodriguez, BAMC breast nurse navigator, in a statement. “When you are a cancer survivor, celebrating life events, such as a birthday, is huge. It’s another year, but it’s something many of us take for granted.”WATCH: San Antonio nurse working in NY plans birthday parade for teenage daughterThe parade happened Saturday last week. “My mom and I were both in tears.”BAMC healthcare workers deliver birthday surprise for local cancer survivor.
Family throws surprise drive-by birthday parade for 105-year-old loved one
SAN ANTONIO – Irene Wilson, who recently moved to San Antonio to be with family, turned 105 on Wednesday and was surprised with a drive-by birthday parade. Wilson's daughter said she was able to take her mother to visit parts of San Antonio, and Wilson's 98-year-old sister also visited before the pandemic began. Wilson has said her secret to a long life is filling it with people, and Wednesday's ceremony was her chance to get so many people on a special day. Watch the story in the video player above.
Lil’ Wranglers picked as Fan Favorite
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