Temperatures will fall well below average tomorrow morning as mercury slips into the mid 50s. There could be a stray shower or two Saturday, especially before noon.
Updated: 11:09 PM CDT April 16, 2021
An ambitious new mixed-use development is going up at the historic Lone Star Brewery on the south side. It weaves in the areas unique and natural features.
Updated: 1:20 PM CDT April 1, 2021
A number of law enforcement agencies and organizations oppose the bill that would allow anyone with a handgun to skip training and openly carry the weapon.
Published: 10:48 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Police said the officer was conducting a traffic stop when one of the occupants opened fire. The officer shot back, killing two in the car and injuring a third.
Published: 10:27 PM CDT April 16, 2021
The city of San Antonio announced Claude Jacob would assume the role of Metro Health director following a months-long national search.
Published: 4:23 PM CDT April 16, 2021
A traffic stop turned deadly in west San Antonio Friday. Two people are dead and two others injured, including a police officer.
Published: 4:20 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Two men are dead and a police officer was injured after a traffic stop turned violent on the city's west side Friday, according to SAPD Chief William McManus.
Published: 1:03 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Tim Duncan Hall of Fame ceremony, National Selena Day and other top stories in today's Morning Rush.
Published: 9:49 AM CDT April 16, 2021
Friday, April 16, 2021, would have been Selena Quintanilla Perez's 50th birthday. There are a number of ways to celebrate the late singer here in San Antonio.
Published: 7:59 AM CDT April 16, 2021
KENS 5 meteorologist Paul Mireles has the full forecast on Friday, April 16.
Published: 7:57 AM CDT April 16, 2021
CPS Energy is now offering credits for customers who were without power during February's winter storm. Here's how much money you'll get back.
Published: 4:22 PM CDT April 16, 2021
What can you do to make your offer stand out to a seller? Here are some tips.
Published: 10:56 PM CDT April 15, 2021
ERCOT raised heads (and eyebrows) with its request for residents to conserve power out of caution on Tuesday, after the February storm crippled the power grid.
Published: 5:33 PM CDT April 14, 2021
Identity theft is running rampant as we spend more time online. The steps you need to take to stop schemers from using your personal information.
Published: 10:43 PM CDT April 12, 2021
Experts say February's winter storms exacerbated the Alamo City's already prevalent issues surrounding shifting soil.
Published: 10:38 PM CDT April 8, 2021
Two wrongful death lawsuits say lack of electricity was fatal for loved ones.
Published: 6:16 PM CDT April 6, 2021
You can only be charged if you receive medical care unrelated to the vaccine.
Published: 4:29 PM CDT April 6, 2021
Sure, it's possible to have issues with your Social Security number. But legitimate officials will almost never call you, nor will they ask for that number.
Published: 10:30 PM CDT April 2, 2021
Our VERIFY team answered questions about what you can and cannot do after you receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Published: 7:43 AM CDT April 15, 2021
“You can’t draw any conclusions by looking at VAERS," Johns Hopkins vaccine expert Kawsar Talaat says.
Published: 6:50 AM CDT April 8, 2021
The much larger Minnesota Police and Peace Officers Association is footing the bill, not the local Minneapolis police union.
Published: 4:32 PM CDT April 5, 2021
Some countries have paused rollouts of the AstraZeneca vaccine while it's being investigated for blood clotting side effects. This doesn't impact the U.S.
Published: 5:35 PM CDT March 16, 2021
President Biden addressed COVID-19 and the vaccine rollout in his first primetime speech as president.
Published: 4:45 PM CST March 12, 2021
Vaccines for animals are developed differently and by different companies than human vaccines. So no animal is getting a vaccine that could have gone to people.
Published: 6:56 AM CST March 12, 2021
While there is some spending for unrelated projects, it makes up a relatively small part of the massive bill.
Published: 5:42 PM CST March 9, 2021
New CDC guidelines say fully vaccinated people can be indoors without masks with other vaccinated people, but need to keep wearing masks in public.
Published: 5:15 PM CST March 8, 2021
This NASA visualization shows what you would see if you watched two black holes orbit in front of each other.
Published: 9:47 PM CDT April 15, 2021
Roughly $15 billion have been invested in the delayed games, which Olympic officials expect to go on this summer.
Published: 5:42 PM CDT April 14, 2021
Critics, however, say the hard end date could lead to more instability in the nation, and giving the Taliban free reign to re-institute dominance.
Published: 4:29 PM CDT April 14, 2021
President Biden is set to begin the final Afghanistan troop withdrawal on May 1st, ending "America's longest war."
Published: 1:48 PM CDT April 14, 2021
With a crisp white graphic look and roomy pockets, the uniforms that Team USA will wear at the closing ceremony of the Tokyo Olympics were unveiled Wednesday.
Published: 9:11 AM CDT April 14, 2021
Five new sports are being added to the lineup at the Tokyo Olympics.
Published: 10:18 PM CDT April 13, 2021
A former U.S. Ambassador-at-Large for Global Women's Issues explains what's happening in Myanmar and why it matters.
Published: 9:55 AM CDT April 13, 2021
Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off on its maiden voyage.
Published: 10:44 PM CDT April 10, 2021
The officer in question is recovering, while authorities arrested one of the suspects.
Published: 4:23 PM CDT April 14, 2021
The agency says outages aren't expected as of now, but higher demand and maintenance outages have ERCOT exhibiting caution.
Published: 6:33 PM CDT April 13, 2021
Smoke could still be seen rising from the ashes more than 24 hours after a fire destroyed four homes in north Atascosa County.
Published: 5:37 PM CDT April 13, 2021
D'lanny Chairez is accused of abandoning her 20-month-old boy.
Published: 5:29 PM CDT April 13, 2021
Officials with the CDC and FDA recommended the pause after six women developed rare blood clots following immunization.
Published: 4:19 PM CDT April 13, 2021
"Parents have to make a very difficult decision on separating from their children, so that they can get out of dangerous situations in Mexico," one expert said.
Published: 10:26 PM CDT April 12, 2021
As more vaccines roll out statewide, the Governor made an optimistic claim that Texas could be ‘very close’ to herd immunity. Local leaders say we're not there yet.
Published: 10:16 PM CDT April 12, 2021
The Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus says it will address the "immigration and border security challenges America faces."
Published: 4:41 PM CDT April 12, 2021
SA Stands emphasized there’s a need for greater transparency in terms of numbers of children being cared for. The group also desires to partner with Bexar County.
Published: 10:38 PM CDT April 11, 2021
The delegation was led by Congressman Joaquin Castro, who urged Gov. Abbott to present any evidence the state had concerning alleged mistreatment at intake site.
Published: 10:45 PM CDT April 9, 2021
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn announced a federal piece of legislation to strengthen the grid, following similar efforts in the Texas Legislature.
Published: 5:39 PM CDT April 9, 2021
Edgewood ISD is holding two clinics to help families and the community get vaccinated.
Published: 8:00 AM CDT April 16, 2021
KENS 5's Erica Zucca explains why one local school district is ending remote learning for the next school year.
Published: 7:53 AM CDT April 16, 2021
An online black market for vaccination cards is growing as more Americans are immunized.
Published: 6:34 PM CDT April 15, 2021
417,650 Bexar County residents are fully vaccinated, as of April 15, 2021.
Published: 6:29 PM CDT April 15, 2021
Clinical trials are underway for vaccine candidates that would be given to those younger than 16, if approved by the FDA.
Published: 6:37 PM CDT April 14, 2021
Northside ISD plans to hold so-called "senior celebrations" in place of indoor proms.
Published: 4:20 PM CDT April 14, 2021
Thousands are now starting their vaccine journey over following the CDC-recommended pause on Johnson & Johnson vaccinations.
Published: 10:20 PM CDT April 13, 2021
With temperatures dropping below freezing, up to a foot of snow fell across parts of New England on April 16.
Published: 7:16 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Outdoor exercise has become a routine for some since the pandemic began.
Published: 6:30 PM CDT April 16, 2021
As hurricane season starts to pick up, schools are practicing how to stay safe during such an event. However, the need for social distancing has changed how those drills are conducted.
Published: 5:58 PM CDT April 16, 2021
After a four-month hiatus, shooting stars will return with the peak of the Lyrid meteor shower on April 21-22 as the world celebrates Earth Day.
Published: 3:51 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Although spring is in bloom, a light blanket of snow fell overnight in Mansfield, Pennsylvania, on April 16.
Published: 2:48 PM CDT April 16, 2021
Residents across New England, including Connecticut, Massachusetts and New Hampshire, awoke to a spring winter wonderland on April 16.
Not everyone was happy to get winter weather across New England in mid-April, but this goose was certainly having a good time.
Published: 2:00 PM CDT April 16, 2021
A person donning a dinosaur costume - referred to as 'Pinky T-Rexadero' - took time to have some fun as snow coated Massachusetts neighborhoods on April 16.
Murray wasn't in the mood to talk about his third triple double of the season after a disappointing loss to the Blazers.
Published: 12:23 AM CDT April 17, 2021
After a loss to Portland, DeRozan called it an honor to play with the big man who he called a Hall of Fame talent.
Published: 12:20 AM CDT April 17, 2021
Pop said his guys turned it over too much, made defensive mistakes, and didn't shoot well in another disappointing loss at home.
Published: 12:14 AM CDT April 17, 2021
Williams is fresh off winning a national championship with Stanford.
Published: 11:07 PM CDT April 15, 2021