Don’t let a language barrier stop you from getting help with domestic violence
Many domestic violence victims who don't speak English avoid reaching out for help. However, a survivor in San Antonio wants others to know there are translation services that can help you and your family escape dangerous situations.
How to have situational awareness in an abusive relationship
To get out of an abusive relationship, you first have to realize that you're in one, but it can be difficult to detect at first. That's why author Kelly Sayre became an expert and wrote a book called Sharp Women on situational awareness for women in dangerous relationships.
Self-defense instructor urges women to learn how to protect themselves after 2 attempted kidnappings
As San Antonio police continue the search for a suspect who attempted to kidnap a woman and child on the Southeast Side last weekend, a self-defense instructor in that part of town is urging women to take a class to learn to protect themselves.
This is the story of the iconic Texas Shiner Beer and the woman who saved it
Even though Kosmos Spoetzl was the creator of the original recipe and set the tone of the importance of tradition and family at the brewery, it was his daughter known as Miss Celie, who kept the Texas Shiner tradition strong.
South Side community advocate and 2 Latina youth authors honored by Texas Legislature
House Resolution 86 mentions several contributions made to the local community by Monterrosa, including her effort “to be a positive role model and a source of encouragement to others,” creating a group “to empower, support, and educate women in an environment of mutual respect and acceptance” and promoting literacy among young people.
New Braunfels urogynecologist explains how new tech helps women overcome overactive bladder difficulties
It’s a problem that affects 50 million otherwise healthy Americans, most of them women -- overactive bladder; people rushing to the bathroom more than a dozen times a day, often not making it in time.
San Antonio woman proudly talks up mother’s role in ending school segregation
A San Antonio woman is proud to share the role her mother and grandmother played in helping to change segregation laws in the U.S. The family is invited to the White House every year to celebrate the significance of Brown vs. Board of Education.