Azian Bermea is a photojournalist at KSAT.
This school year, a group of students have been learning about drones in a new class. STEM teacher Mike Kliewer teaches the course and says it’s more than just learning how to fly a drone.
After weeks of learning about directing, producing and acting, some San Antonio area students are bringing their films to the community.
Sobriety is not easy for those recovering from addiction. However, two brothers hope their business will help people who may be struggling.
Criminals are able to clone people's voices from online content, then use that to trick loved ones into handing over money.
The San Antonio Food Bank fights hunger year-round, and for Hunger Action Month, KSAT 12 is showing how food is helping children thrive and learn.
At the Mission San Juan Farm, thousands of pounds of food are grown yearly and donated to families in our community.
Thousands of Chuckle and Roar water bead kits have been recalled, but a San Antonio mother whose daughter was injured by a similar product wants them banned as toys.
A woman driving on a North Side street says her sneezing caused her to drift into oncoming traffic, causing a wreck with a tow truck that totaled four vehicles.
The owner of a nursery says native plants not only have a higher survival rate for South Texas climate, they save you money and time. And more importantly, planting native can help build a local ecosystem in your backyard.
The drought and triple-digit heat have hit many ranchers hard this summer. The cost of hay bales continues to soar, and the lack of production is leaving suppliers and livestock owners scrambling for options.
On two different occasions this week, San Antonio police have worked to track down the families of young children found wandering the dark streets alone.
A driver was ejected from his vehicle following a rollover crash on the South Side on Tuesday morning, according to San Antonio police.