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.
Veteran KSAT anchor Myra Arthur will return to your TV Wednesday as she heads back to work after the birth of her second child.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 29, 2020.
Local nonprofit offers homeless community vaccines, vet care for dogs
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 28, 2020.
The 9@9 features some of the biggest stories making headlines at home, around the country and across the globe. Here’s what’s trending tonight.
The 9@9: Local hail damage claims; George Floyd protests; Unemployment numbers
Gordon Hartman, CEO of Morgan's Wonderland, discusses why the park will not reopen this year
People told these students the odds were not in their favor, yet five teens and young adults are now high school graduates, looking toward bright futures.
Medical experts say there will be a second wave of coronavirus. But when?
The coronavirus pandemic is leading to a staggering number of job losses across the country and Hispanics have been hit particularly hard, according to a recent Washingto...
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 25, 2020.
The 9@9 features some of the biggest stories making headlines at home, around the country and across the globe. Here's what's trending tonight.
A few months ago, students from San Antonio wrote letters of support to people affected by the coronavirus in San Antonio’s sister city, Wuxi, China. Now, those students ...
FBI, Secret Service agents looking for COVID-19 scammers in San Antonio area
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 22, 2020.
From San Antonio’s South Side to Hollywood to the streets of New York City, actor Jesse Borrego has been a fixture of film and television. Now he wants to share what he’s...
From San Antonio’s south side to Hollywood to the streets of New York City, actor Jesse Borrego has been a fixture of film and television.
With eviction hearings starting in Bexar County in June, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid attorneys have been preparing by setting up referral sources with community partners.
A warning to those heading to San Antonio Parks this holiday weekend
Bars, bowling alleys and bingo halls. They are some of the latest businesses that are allowed to reopen Friday across Texas.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 21, 2020.
San Antonio Central Library celebrates 25th Anniversary
Understand: What does Reopen Texas' phase 2 look like?
Your coronavirus questions answered: Dr. Larry Schlesinger, President and CEO of Tx Biomedical Research Institute answers viewer questions
Treating children with multisystem inflammatory syndrome
San Antonio school districts struggle to reach every students
With the spread of the novel coronavirus, a group of UTSA engineers set out to solve a problem in the medical community and try to help people who become infected with CO...
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 19, 2020.
Dr. Kenneth Kemp, a local pulmonary critical care physician and pastor, discussed his experience after serving on the city and county's health and economic transition tea...
Older people in Bexar County may need a helping hand to get groceries or pay bills, and sometimes they rely on strangers' kindness to get these errands done. But there ar...
How senior citizens who need assistance with running errands can avoid scammers
Pandemic disrupting celebrations for 500 Texas foster teens graduating from high school
Pastor on health and economic transition teams shares experience
UTSA engineering group working on new breathing tube design
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 18, 2020.
Can’t create a Facebook avatar? These may be the reasons
Coronavirus SAQ: Jeret Pena explains how the local bar industry is handling the new guidelines announced by the governor
The New Braunfels Fire Department will begin conducting COVID-19 tests at four of Comal County’s six nursing homes.
Dr. Juan Gutierrez said based on his research and the research of others, herd immunity is not an option for the novel coronavirus.
Watch KSAT News at 9′s newscast from May 13, 2020.
Understand: How does mail-in voting work?
Staffing agencies and resume writers continue to work to help people find new jobs amid the millions lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Your coronavirus questions answered: Mayor Ron Nirenberg takes viewer questions