Author: KROV News Department
And on this day in 1914 – International Women’s Day is held. After the 1914 celebration and push for equality, the day has become an annual staple for global awareness around women’s issues.
In Local News – Today is the last day of early voting in the San Antonio runoff that will decide the city’s newest state representative in the Texas House. Republican Fred Rangel, a businessman, and Democrat Ray Lopez, a former city councilman, are seeking the District 125 seat that covers a a large part of […]
And on this day in 1938 – Janet Guthrie is born. She became a female race car driver and qualified for and competed in the Indianapolis 500 and the Daytona 500 in 1977.
In Local News – According to an Express News Report, A grievance committee with the State Bar of Texas ruled this week that former Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood committed professional misconduct about two years ago when he threatened two defense attorneys in a judge’s chambers during a murder trial. LaHood, who recently went […]
In Local News – The search for Andreen McDonald, a San Antonio businesswoman and mother who disappeared last week, has intensified as more than 200 volunteers showed up Tuesday at a far North Central Side mall parking lot to help, including her father and more of her fellow gym members. Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar […]
And on this day in 1986 – Georgia O’Keefe dies. She was a pre-eminent artist who laid the foundation for American modernism with her paintings of enlarged flowers and New Mexico landscapes.
March 5, 1931 – Geraldyn (Jerrie) Cobb is born. She became the first woman to pass qualifying exams for astronaut training in 1959 but wasn’t allowed to train because of her gender.
In Local News – Are you a single man? Have you found yourself, uuhhh… “Looking for love in all the wrong places…?” Well… The say be careful what you ask for! Because, You could find yourself kissing the wrong end of a 9mm Ruger. Investigators say a woman helped coordinate the robbery of a man […]
In Local News – The City of Abilene is the first city in Texas and ninth in America to house all homeless veterans. In October, Abilene Mayor Anthony Williams launched the Mayor’s Challenge to end veterans’ homelessness within 100 days. The idea was to find housing for homeless veterans, which would help them start to turn […]
In Local News – A freeze warning will be in effect through this afternoon, according to the National Weather Service. Overnight lows are expected to be below freezing in most areas. Freezing temperatures are expected with a low tonight of 30 degrees and a wind chill factor of 19 degrees throughout Bexar County. “We do […]