Much needed rain fills Elmendorf Lake with filth

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By Melissa Aguirre SAN ANTONIO – Some San Antonians had an early start the week of March 23 when the rumbles of thunder and rain neared their homes. The storm began as early as 1:40 a.m. and continued throughout the night. San Antonio had a significant amount of rainfall that […]

OLLU students receive free McNay admission

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By Melissa Aguirre SAN ANTONIO-“Experience Transformation Through Art” by taking advantage of the new partnership between Our Lady of the Lake University (OLLU) and the McNay Art Museum. All OLLU students receive free general admission at the museum by presenting their OLLU through May 2022. From paintings and sculptures to works on paper […]

San Antonio Food Bank received a half-million pound donation of kibble

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By Kevin Romine SAN ANTONIO – The San Antonio Food Bank has received a 10,000 bag donation of dog food from Canidae Pet Food to help in recovery from the historic winter storm Uri. In the past year, Canidae has donated over half a million pounds of kibble to San […]

Recipe of the month- giant chocolate chip walnut cookie

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By Elegy Garcia SAN ANTONIO-Bakers out there will know that February is the month of homemade food, especially baked goods like cookies. This month, you can share a giant chocolate chip walnut cookie with friends and family or keep it just for you if you need something super sweet. For […]

200 Sanitizing products recalled after reports of hospitalization

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By Amadeo Rivas SAN ANTONIO – For the past three weeks the Federal Drug Enforcement Agency (FDA) has been warning American consumers to not purchase at least 185 different hand sanitizing products citing that the products themselves are ineffective and not safe. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has […]