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Daycare Scare: Local parent upset daughter left with stranger
Jan 16, 2015 • KENS 5 TVSAN ANTONIO - It was a terrifying ordeal for a family when a mother went to pick her daughter up from daycare and she was not there. After nearly a frantic hour, it was discovered the child was picked up by a stranger but was safe. It happened at Apple ... More
Father: Teen daughter, shot by police, 'should still be alive'
Feb 9, 2015 • mySanAntonio.comThe teen, who was nearing her 18th birthday, attended John Marshall High School in San Antonio. But her parents said Monday their daughter had obtained a GED and was holding down a full-time job at KFC prior to her death. She was staying with ... More
Area high schools compete at national cheer competitions
Feb 15, 2015 • KSAT San AntonioJohn Marshall High School was named NCA National Champion in the large novice high school division for the third year in a row. Congratulations to all the cheer squads for their performances at nationals! KSAT Intern Alicia Guerrero contributed to this ... More
U.S. HOUSE TX-23: Gallego concedes U.S. House seat to Hurd
Nov 1, 2014 • KENS 5 TVRunning against Gallego is San Antonio Native and former CIA agent, Will Hurd. Hurd attended John Marshall High school where he played for the basketball team. Hurd was also, a National Honor Society and Engineer and Technical Society member. More
Teacher: 'To find out I may lose my own life is very hard'
Feb 4, 2015 • KSAT San AntonioAmber Peterson, 33, is a special education teacher at John Marshall High School. Her nightmare began on the morning of Oct. 28, 2013 when she tried to wake up her youngest son, Harry, 1, and realized he stopped breathing. The cause of death was listed ... More
Former Chiefs RB Priest Holmes' Journey
Nov 2, 2014 • KCChiefs.comThat was maybe the best way to describe the sudden impact running back Priest Holmes made on the Kansas City Chiefs when he signed as a free agent back in 2001. That statement by Peter King of Sports Illustrated echoed what many Chiefs fans would ... More
Law enforcement prepares for lone-wolf attacks in U.S.
Dec 15, 2014 • WISC MadisonWhen a gunman took hostages at a cafe a half a world away in Sydney, Australia, it brought home the reality of what law enforcement in the United States has received warnings about for months. More
Leon Valley opens state-of-the-art fire station
Jan 16, 2015 • San Antonio Express-NewsPeople admire the dinner table in the new Leon Valley fire station. The table, a portion of a lane from Bandera Bowl, was refinished by wood shop students at John Marshall High School. Its supports are old fire hydrants. Photo: Billy Calzada /San ... More
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