American Airlines flight attendants ask for permission to strike. Southwest pilots could be next
American Airlines flight attendants are asking federal officials for the right to go on strike, possibly before the end of the Christmas and New Year’s travel rush, but American said there was “no possibility” of a walkout over the holidays.
For novelists of Westerns, Cormac McCarthy transcended — and reinvented — the genre
In his obituaries, Cormac McCarthy has been widely praised as a descendant of William Faulkner and Herman Melville among others, those excavators of the American spirit whose biblically influenced prose raised narratives to tragic and poetic heights.
US border encounters of migrant families remain low, Department of Homeland Security says
U.S. officials say the number of migrant families they encountered at the Southwest border continues to remain low following the lifting of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Title 42 public health order.
HIGHLIGHTS: District 29-5A Swimming Championships
Berths at the Class 5A Regional meet were on the line on Saturday morning, as area swimmers from Medina Valley, San Antonio Great Hearts Monte Vista, Great Hearts Northern Oaks, Cole, Southwest, Southwest Legacy, and Uvalde dove into the pool at NISD Natatorium for the District 29-5A Swimming & Diving Championships.
East Central stuns Judson, Rockets dismiss head coach; McCreary powers Johnson to 8-0 record; SW Legacy beats Southwest for third straight year
Caden Bosanko's game-winning touchdown pass to Jack Stewart in East Central's 30-28 victory over Judson was one of many highlights from the wildest week yet of KSAT's Big Game Coverage for the 2021 high school football season.
Fire and Armor Bowl between 3-0 Dragons, 2-0 Titans headlines Week 8 matchups; Somerset begins district play against La Vernia; Steele faces Clemens in 27-6A
Week 8 of KSAT 12′s Big Game Coverages features some crucial neighborhood rivalries, including the fourth installment of the Fire and Armor Bowl and a classic battle at Lehnhoff Stadium between Steele and Clemens.
UIL State Track & Field Championships Recap: Class 5A, 2A Friday
The second day of the UIL State Track and Field Championships brings state records and more champions to the greater San Antonio area, including thrilling performances from Boerne Champion, Alamo Heights, Southwest, Shiner and Yorktown.
New Mexico tribes sue US over federal clean water rule
The pueblos of Jemez and Laguna are the latest to raise concerns over inadequate protections for local water sources in the desert Southwest. Jemez Pueblo covers mountainous and desert regions in northern New Mexico. The rule change, which took effect in June, narrowed the types of waterways that qualify for federal protection under the half-century-old Clean Water Act. New Mexico was among the states that went to court last May seeking to prevent the rule from taking effect. Jemez Pueblo depends on federal authority under the act to protect waters outside its jurisdiction.
Forecast for spring: Nasty drought worsens for much of US
And nearly all of the continental United States is looking at warmer than normal spring, except for tiny parts of the Pacific Northwest and southeast Alaska, which makes drought worse. “It’s definitely something we’re watching and very concerned about.”NOAA expects the spring drought to hit 74 million people. AdMore than 44% of the nation is in moderate or worse drought, and nearly 18% is in extreme or exceptional drought — all of it west of the Mississippi River. AdWinter and spring wheat crops also have been hit hard by the western drought with 78% of the spring wheat production area in drought conditions, Rippey said. That leaves more of the energy to heat up the air, and the heat makes the drought worse by boosting evaporation.
Free COVID-19 tests for Southside, Southwest and Judson ISD students returning from spring break
SAN ANTONIO – Community Labs has partnered with three San Antonio-area school districts to provide free COVID-19 testing this weekend before students and staff return to class after spring break. Students and employees in Southside, Southwest and Judson school districts and their families can be tested at no charge and without proof of insurance. Southside ISD will have two Covid-19 testing sites on Saturday. Southwest ISD will have one testing location on Saturday. Educational Resource Center (ERC) at 8205 Palisades Dr., Live Oak, 78233 will offer testing from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday.
3 with suspected ties to human smuggling arrested in Southwest Side neighborhood
SAN ANTONIO – Three people who were part of a group with suspected ties to human smuggling have been arrested and turned over to federal authorities. Bexar County sheriff’s deputies caught up with them late Wednesday night as the group scattered into a Southwest side neighborhood. According to a report from the sheriff’s office, a deputy had tried to stop the driver of an SUV for speeding. “There were three guys right here,” he said, pointing to the spot where he made the surprise discovery. “I’m really, really appreciative of the sheriff’s department guys because, you know, the TV show, “Bad Boys,” I saw (it) in action,” Ashkanzad said, laughing.
Most major US airlines ban guns in luggage for DC flights
Delta, United and Alaska airlines said Thursday, Jan. 14, 2021 they will bar passengers flying to Washington from putting guns in checked bags. Delta Air Lines was the first to announce Thursday that it will prohibit checking guns to Washington-area airports and was soon followed by United, Alaska and American. American Airlines is bringing back a ban on serving alcohol on flights to and from the Washington area — flights go dry starting Saturday through next Thursday. Price also said that it is “a good idea” to prohibit passengers from putting guns in checked bags if they are flying to Washington. Federal law allows passengers to put guns in checked baggage if they are unloaded and in a locked, hard-sided case, although airlines have the discretion to ban guns.
Police seek man involved in Southwest Side stabbing
SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio police are trying to track down a man who they say was involved in a stabbing at a home on the city’s Southwest side early Thursday. They were not able to say yet whether the 42-year-old man, accused of stabbing his ex-girlfriend’s new love interest, is a suspect or victim in the case. Officers responding to a call around 3:30 a.m. found the man who was stabbed at a home in the 400 block of Hoover Avenue. They said he had shown up there along with his girlfriend and two other men to confront the woman’s ex-boyfriend. Investigators say because the ex was confronted by the other men, there’s a chance the stabbing could be considered self-defense.
Big Game Coverage Road Trip: Week 5 Preview
SOUTH TEXAS – We are now halfway through the 2017 high school football regular season. Time flies when you’re running around South Texas on the Big Game Coverage Road Trip. This non-district game will kick 7:30 p.m. Friday at Warhorse Stadium. This marks Natalia’s last non-district game before starting District 15-3A-II action next week. Due to field conditions at Dragon Stadium, the game has been moved to Southwest Legacy Stadium.
Go Public's Cool Schools Winner: September 2017
SAN ANTONIO – Solar-powered and student-built - the engineering club at Southwest Legacy High School is paving the road for opportunities by building cars from scratch. "And then they did and they said well they probably can't get here on Saturday and they did." Mr. Franz says it's a way for students to apply science and math into something they enjoy. "They get to do things in high school that most kids don't get to do until they're in college." Legacy High School received 2,211 votes to win the September We Go Public Cool School contest.
Frequent flyer mile programs vary
But can you really get where you want to go using your frequent flyer miles? To find out, Consumer Reports asked staffers to try booking round-trip tickets using their frequent flyer miles with nine programs: Alaska, American, Delta, Frontier, Jet Blue, Southwest, Spirit, United and US Airways. Spirit required the most miles for the routes staffers checked, followed by US Airways. Whatever you do, Consumer Reports says don't hoard frequent flyer miles. Consumer Reports says that if you can't book a seat using miles, try calling the frequent-flyer service desk.