Author: Courtney Friedman

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Texas has the second most reports of child sex trafficking in the nation. In the last few months, the Texas Governor's Office has funneled money... [Read More]
New buses, new safety measures and new ways to save money. San Antonio Independent School District's brand-new fleet of propane buses brings lots of perks,... [Read More]
It's been one month since Jesse Wadley tried to save his mother from their burning unit at the Ashler Oaks complex on the Northwest Side,... [Read More]
Observant parents found a key sign of cancer in a picture of their baby. The now-3-year-old is still going through treatment for retinoblastoma, a rare... [Read More]
It was the trip of a lifetime and with it comes great responsibility. [Read More]
Teens and young adults who have attempted suicide or lost loved ones to suicide are stepping up to break the silence that keeps their peers... [Read More]
Tags: Teen - Teens - suicide
Whether it's at-risk teenagers unable to make it to school or adults trying to get into college or switch industries to land the job of... [Read More]
An alleged drunken driver wreaked havoc on a West Side neighborhood around 3 a.m. Thursday. Police responded to the 5100 block of Grovehill Street, where... [Read More]
The proposed Never Again Education Act legislation heading to the U.S. House of Representatives aims to make the Holocaust part of education in schools across... [Read More]
Thirty water main breaks on Monday in San Antonio sounds like a lot, but during main break season, that tends to happen, officials say. One... [Read More]
It's a story of love, sacrifice and eventually, loss. A heroic story is surfacing of how a woman's son and his roommate tried to save... [Read More]
Tags: save - story - Son
Ten families are now without homes after a fire ravaged their apartment building on the Northwest Side Monday night. And one man is recovering in... [Read More]
A new study published this month shows a local research team's recent discovery that paves the way for a new field of HIV prevention study. [Read More]
Backlash is coming from small businesses after San Antonio approved a mandatory paid sick time ordinance. The City Council passed the ordinance Thursday on a... [Read More]
The history of an East Side neighborhood is taking a hit so the neighborhood can get a desperately needed sewer system. The heritage trees, which... [Read More]
They've escaped violence at the hands of a family member, they're living in a shelter and now they have to shift focus to school supplies.... [Read More]
IKEA is already halfway built and set to open its doors in early 2019 in Live Oak. The development is a sign of area growth... [Read More]
Driving a school bus is a critical, ever-changing job with high turnover. That's why districts are looking for new drivers to get kids to and... [Read More]
Massive growth in Comal County has caused the need for more schools. That's why voters approved a 2015 bond to build two new middle schools,... [Read More]
Pope Francis decreed the death penalty is "inadmissible" under all circumstances, and that the Roman Catholic Church must work to abolish it, changing official church... [Read More]
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