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RJ Marquez visits what's Brewing to learn how the local coffee shop combines artisan coffee and pinball.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 16, 2020.
QuikTrip wants to open a new location near I-35 and Walters Street, but many residents who live in the area aren't supportive of the idea.
San Antonio's MLK March is now among the largest in the country.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 15, 2020.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 14, 2020.
It's a moment Halie Powell never saw coming, but one that ultimately changed her life and her determination to fight for what she believes in.
Every Tuesday, we’ll cut through the noise and email the rundown of what’s happening straight to our subscribers.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 13, 2020.
Homeowners and developers who want to make changes to structures or building structures in historic districts must go through the City’s Historic and Design Review Commis...
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 8, 2020.
A UTSA political science professor explains U.S. and Iranian relations.
San Antonio Express-News Business Editor Greg Jefferson stopped by KSAT News at 9 to discuss rising water and electricity rates, the tight retail real estate market and t...
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 7, 2020.
This week on the News at 9, we're giving you a preview of the 2020 primary election and information on what to expect as election day draws closer.
School districts across Texas are training certain employees on how to stop the bleed as required by a new state law, House Bill 496.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 6, 2020.
It's been another busy week in San Antonio, and we're taking a look back on some of the biggest local stories we've covered since Sunday.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 3, 2020.
Micro-hospitals are built in areas where there’s a need but not a big enough demand for a traditional hospital. The facilities are tailored to the needs of the specific c...
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Jan. 2, 2020.
A Bexar County judge is still looking for funding for what could be Texas' first-ever domestic violence drug court program.
From politics to crime, here’s the year in review.
The City of San Antonio’s Green & Healthy Homes initiative is helping owners and landlords of residential properties create a safe environment for families.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from Dec. 30, 2019.
The top stories of the day from the latest newscast from KSAT12, the leader in local, breaking news in San Antonio and South Texas.
District 5 Councilwoman Shirley Gonzales has requested city staff members look into child care options for people sitting on boards and commissions.
Officials with the city of San Antonio want to understand what is causing displacement and housing instability in the community.