Annual Peanut Butter Bowl expands to 10 games, 20 high school football teams in 2021
The annual Peanut Butter Bowl, held in every high school football season since 2016 as a food drive to collect peanut butter and combat chronic hunger, has expanded to 10 games and 20 different teams this season including a pair of Austin schools.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Brandeis rolls past Antonian; Clark, Churchill and Edison earn big sweeps
The second week of the 2021 high school volleyball season ratchets up the intensity. Carlee Pharris and the Brandeis Broncos rolled past Antonian in front of a raucous home crowd, while Clark, Churchill and Edison all earn impressive sweeps over Harlan, Taft and Southside respectively.
VOLLEYBALL HIGHLIGHTS: Stevens, McCollum and Harlandale earn victories in tournament play
At the end of the first full week of the 2021 high school volleyball season, McCollum hosted an eight-team tournament where the Cowboys, Stevens Falcons and Harlandale Indians all earned dramatic three-set victories over Holmes, Marshall and East Central respectively.
Patty Mills leaving Spurs after 10 seasons in San Antonio; DeMar DeRozan headed to Chicago in sign-and-trade
It’s the end of an era as Patty Mills, the longest tenured Spurs player, is headed to Brooklyn. Mills is reportedly set to sign a 2-year deal with the Nets worth $12 million, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Mills is leaving San Antonio after 10 seasons with the franchise. Mills was the last remaining player on the Spurs 2014 championship team and the squad that made back-to-back NBA Finals in the mid-2010s.
10 free events in San Antonio for parents and kids to do before summer ends
Looking for something to do with the kids as summer draws closer to an end but unsure of where to go or what to do? Here are some free and low-price activities and events to keep the kids entertained before school’s back in session.
Whataburger employee at New Braunfels location tests positive for COVID-19
SAN ANTONIO A Whataburger restaurant in New Braunfels closed for a day after the company learned of an employee who received a presumed positive diagnosis of COVID-19. The employee works at the Whataburger located at 123 Creekside Crossing. According to a company statement, the restaurant closed Friday for a thorough deep cleaning by a third-party vendor immediately after the employees diagnosis. The employee has not been in the restaurant since May 19, according to the statement. RELATED STORIES:Whataburger now delivering right to your doors in San AntonioWhataburger reducing employees in corporate office, field support due to COVID-19Whataburger hiring for 700 jobs in Texas, including 55 in San Antonio
How to create better personal finance habits
SAN ANTONIO Sometimes it's hard to build good habits, but they can benefit you in the long run if you stick to them. That's also true for dedicating time to create money habits to manage your finances better. The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has some tips to help you manage your money by creating better habits. A good credit score is vital for your financial well-being, so one way to get and keep a good score is to only apply for the credit you need. Money: Its Personal is a series on KSATs News at 9 that breaks down personal finance topics.
Here are the latest CPS Energy power outage numbers across the area
SAN ANTONIO Here are the latest known power outages in the San Antonio area. If the power is out in your area you can still follow KSAT.com's weather coverage for live updates. Customers can prepare for power outages at home by:Locating flashlights and ensuring they have fresh batteriesCharging phones, laptops or other electronic devicesUpdating their alert preferences through Manage My Account on cpsenergy.com ; this will keep them informed as to the status of their power outageDuring a power outage customers should:Stay informed by viewing the latest outage information on CPS Energy's outage map and receiving updates through Facebook and Twitter. Report damaged power lines immediately by calling 911 and CPS Energy at 353-4327. Read more: CPS Energy offers power outage tips-------------------------------------------------------Download the KSAT 12 Weather app on your smartphone for the latest weather updates.
The ultimate San Antonio barbecue map
SAN ANTONIO If San Antonio wasn't on the barbecue map before, it should be now. Over the past couple of years, San Antonio has started to get noticed for its barbecue in places like 2M Smokehouse, but places like The Barbecue Station have been serving San Antonio for many years. While there is nothing wrong with Rudys and Bill Miller Bar-B-Q, the map below features more than 30 barbecue joints in the San Antonio-area that you should try. Visit one or visit all - this map will help guide you and satisfy your barbecue craving. *Please note that some of these locations may have temporarily closed or have reduced hours due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
CPS Energy offers power outage tips
SAN ANTONIO Heres what you can do if you have a power outage at your home or business and what you can do to prepare. Customers can prepare for power outages at home by:Locating flashlights and ensuring they have fresh batteriesCharging phones, laptops or other electronic devicesUpdating their alert preferences through Manage My Account on cpsenergy.com ; this will keep them informed as to the status of their power outageDuring a power outage, customers should: