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    KSAT’s David Elder has embarked on a new adventure called “Texas Eats,” an hour-long show that airs on Saturdays at 10 a.m. on KSAT 12, KSAT.com and our streaming app. Watch the 21st episode as David Elder goes inside the Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo to learn what different animals eat. He also travels around New Braunfels looking for delicious restaurants. Related articles: Official Contest Rules: ‘Texas Eats’ Contest: Animal World and Snake Farm Zoo ‘Texas Eats’ Contest:...
    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott on Friday suggested that sterner measures or lockdowns could come back to Texas if the virus continues to spread, and that people wearing masks is “the only way” that businesses can remain open. “The worst is yet to come as we work our way through that massive increase in people testing positive,” said Gov. Abbott in an interview, following a recent spike in cases in the state. Abbott issued a mandate for citizens to wear...
    Healthcare workers wait for patients at the COVID-19 drive-thru testing site at the Duke Energy for the Arts Mahaffey Theater on July 8, 2020 in St. Petersburg, Florida.Octavio Jones The U.S. continues to report record breaking new coronavirus cases as outbreaks surge in states in the South and West. The country reported a record 66,627 new cases on Friday, the second day in a row new cases have exceeded 60,000. The rise in cases is due partly to expanded testing that...
    U.S. President Trump visits Iglesia Doral Jesus Worship Center in Doral, Florida Reuters Coronavirus death rates are on the rise amid a recent uptick of cases in states including California, Arizona, Florida, and Texas. In response to the resurgence in cases, President Donald Trump told Noticias Telemundo these states are going to be fine and will have it under control very quickly. More than 3.1 million Americans have been infected with the coronavirus and at least 133,906 have...
    A patient in their 30s reportedly died from coronavirus after attending a COVID party, according to healthcare officials in San Antonio, Texas. This is a party held by somebody diagnosed by the COVID virus and the thought is to see if the virus is real and to see if anyone gets infected, Dr. Jane Appleby, chief medical officer for Methodist Hospital and Methodist Childrens Hospital, told News4 reporters. Just before the patient died, they looked at their nurse and...
    New York Gov. Andrew CuomoAndrew CuomoA nationwide response from an unusual place: City halls Overnight Health Care: Coronavirus deaths rise again amid mounting outbreaks | The Trump-Fauci divide is getting more apparent | New York to deliver remdesivir to Florida after DeSantis dismisses offer for help New York to deliver remdesivir to Florida after DeSantis dismisses offer for help MORE (D) on Friday warned that the resurgence of the coronavirus pandemic in the South and West Coast could lead to...
    According to WOAI, a patient in San Antonio, Texas in their 30s has died after going to a “COVID party” — a gathering of people who intentionally expose themselves to coronavirus to see for themselves whether the virus is real. Per Methodist Healthcare Chief Medical Officer Dr. Jane Appleby, the patient’s final words to the nurse were, “I think I made a mistake, I thought this was a hoax, but it’s not.” “It doesn’t discriminate and none of us are...
    A MAN has been accused of murdering a woman he was making porn with after she allegedly threatened to reveal he was a pornagrapher.  Jeffrey Rogers, 60, allegedly killed Traci Leigh Jones, 41, and stuffed her corpse inside a 50-gallon tote box which was found floating on Ka entucky Lake. 3 Jeffrey Rogers is accused of strangling a woman he filmed porn with before dumping her body in a lakeCredit: Tenn Bureau of Investigation 3 Traci Leigh Jones was allegedly...
    In late June, Texas A&M University student Isaih Martin made headlines after he said he found racist notes on the windshield of his car. Martin posted a picture of the notes to his Twitter page, which according to KBTX was shared more than 10,000 times. The notes said “All lives matter,” “You don’t belong here,” and one containing the n-word, Martin claimed. “All three signs were different signs, and one said ‘All lives matter’ and the other said ‘You don’t...
    A PATIENT in Texas who died of the coronavirus attended a Covid party because they believed the virus was a hoax. The patient, who was in their thirties, told a nurse they had made a mistake, shortly before they died. 10 The patient expressed his regret on his deathbedCredit: Getty Images - Getty The incident happened in San Antonio, reported News4SA, and Chief Medical Officer of Methodist Healthcare Dr. Jane Appleby recalled the patients heartbreaking statement moments before their death....
    The University of Nebraska football team was named among the seven finalists for the commitment of Cam’Ron Valdez on Friday. One of the best running backs in the Texas high school ranks for the 2021 class took to his Twitter account to announce the schools he’s still considering for his commitment. The prospect posted a video that slowly unveiled all the teams he is still considering and the Huskers made the cut. 247Sports ranks Valdez as a 4-star prospect based...
    A LEADING doctor has warned the United States will see tremendous deaths if coronavirus lockdowns are not imposed.  Physician and Rutgers medical professor Dr Bob Lahita was making the ominous prediction after 63,900 new Covid-19 cases were reported — an all-time, single-day high.   The surge in coronavirus cases has been driven by states that have fast-tracked the reopening of their economies, such as California, Texas and Florida. Dr Bob Lahita told CBSN there will be tremendous deaths in those...
    Peanuts gang goes virtual The Sunnyvale Community Players are staging a virtual junior production of “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” through July 19. The video-on-demand fundraising performance is being done through a special arrangement with Concord Theatricals. For more information and to book a viewing, visit https://www.facebook.com/SunnyvalePlayers. Sunnyvale scholarship winner Ann Elaine “Lainey” Rogers of Sunnyvale was awarded a four-year, full ride merit scholarship to the University of Texas at Dallas through the McDermott Scholar Program. Rogers, an...
    AUSTIN, Texas — With a record 10,002 coronavirus patients in Texas hospitals Friday, Gov. Greg Abbott again warned that he expects hospitalizations and deaths to continue to rise.In a series of television interviews Friday, Abbott urged Texans to follow his statewide mask order and said more restrictions will be needed if it’s ignored.“We will not have to lock down if people follow the simple requirement of wearing a face mask,” Abbott said in an interview with KSAT.Abbott extended his coronavirus-related...
    AUSTIN, Texas — U.S. Army officials announced Friday they will begin an independent review of the command climate at Fort Hood following calls from members of Congress and community activists for a more thorough investigation into the killing of a soldier from the Texas base. Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy said he was directing the review and that it will be conducted by an independent panel of congressional representatives selected in collaboration with League of United Latin American...
    Officials in Texas have confirmed that a dog has tested positive for the coronavirus, the latest case of the deadly disease showing up in domestic animals. As ABC News reported, officials in Tarrant County confirmed that the dog had tested positive for the virus after its owners were confirmed to have contracted it. Officials said the 2-year-old dog was healthy, and said there was no reason for concern after the dog’s positive test. Though they said animals do not appear...
    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott warned that if the rise of coronavirus cases in his state doesnt slow down that he would have to impose a lockdown order to stop the spread of the pandemic. Things will get worse, and let me explain why, he told KLBK-TV on Friday. The deaths that were seeing announced today and yesterday — which are now over 100 — those are people who likely contracted COVID-19 in late May,...
    The Republican Party of Texas has filed a lawsuit against Democratic Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner, saying he singled them out and shut down their gathering out of political motivation. What are the details?The Texas GOP was notified Wednesday that they could no longer hold their convention slated for next week in Houston, after the mayor instructed the citys legal department to coordinate with the venues owner, Houston First Corporation, to scrap its contract for the gathering over coronavirus fears. ...
    (CBSDFW.COM) – After various county Republican parties in the state passed resolutions to censure Gov. Greg Abbott for the way he’s responded to the COVID-19 pandemic, Texas GOP Chairman James Dickey said Friday the state party could consider a censure resolution against him at the upcoming state convention. Dickey said, “The next step would be submission of those to the platform and resolutions committee at the state convention.. The temporary committee will be getting their work on Monday. That is...
    (CBSDFW.COM) – Retired Air Force Pilot and Colonel Kim Olson and former school board trustee Candace Valenzuela are making their case to Democratic voters to challenge Republican Beth Van Duyne in November for an open congressional seat in North Texas. The 24th Congressional District is in parts of Dallas, Tarrant and Denton counties. The current congressman, Republican Kenny Marchant, is retiring at the end of this term. In 2018, he won a close race thanks to voters in Tarrant County...
    Nobody howled louder than Texas Lt. Gov Dan Patrick when Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner barred the state GOP from holding its convention there amid a COVID-19 explosion. “This is nothing but a political hack job by Mayor Turner,” Patrick told Laura Ingraham on Fox News. Patrick failed to mention that he and Gov. Greg Abbott and various other GOP elected officials had earlier opted out of actually joining the 6,000 party stalwarts who signed up for the July 16th gathering...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – In North Texas and around the nation, COVID-19 is having a disproportionate impact in minority communities. Now, a massive local study looks to determine exactly why. ​ The “DFW COVID-19 Prevalence Study” is a joint effort organized by UT Southwestern Medical Center and Texas Health Resources.​ To date, more than 48,000 patients have tested positive in Dallas and Tarrant Counties. Amit Singal, M.D., associate professor of internal medicine and population and data sciences at UT Southwestern, calls...
    A Texas A&M student made headlines last month after claiming someone plastered papers with racist messages on the windshield of his car. Police launched an investigation, and discovered that the most likely suspect is the alleged victim, himself.What are the details?Student Isaih Martin told KBTX-TV a few weeks ago that he found hateful notes on his car, which was parked at an apartment complex on school property. He took photos of the messages placed on his vehicle, and...
    AUSTIN, Texas – U.S. Army officials announced Friday they will begin an independent review of the command climate at Fort Hood following calls from members of Congress and community activists for a more thorough investigation into the killing of a soldier from the Texas base. Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy said he was directing the review and that it will be conducted by an independent panel of congressional representatives selected in collaboration with League of United Latin American...
    President Trump and Dr. Anthony Fauci are at odds again about the government’s response to the coronavirus pandemic. “Dr. Fauci is a nice man, but he’s made a lot of mistakes, Trump said Thursday night. He said that Fauci and other members of his coronavirus task force discouraged him from instituting travel bans on visitors from China and Europe when Italy and when France and Spain were having all the problems, adding that the measures likely saved hundreds...