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Good Samaritan hand delivers lost wallet to woman’s home Wallet had all of its contents still inside
A woman said she was reunited with her lost wallet after a good Samaritan found it at Walmart and returned it to her home.
Police rescue woman from sinking car
Florida deputies rescued a 73-year-old woman from a sinking car on Saturday, and their bodycam videos recorded it.
Principle fixes kid's bad haircut
A middle school kid was in trouble for not taking off his cap in class. See, he had a bad haircut and was afraid that his classmates would make fun of him so instead of disciplining the little boy, the principle went home and got his clippers.
Chrissie Murnin brings you interviews and insight into people helping others in the San Antonio area. Check in each week for another amazing and inspirational story.
3-7-2021 THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION'S WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION WEEK
Shanel Rimando, who is on the board of directors of the San Antonio Chapter of the National Association of Women in Construction, talks about the activities of Women in Construction Week, March 7-13. NAWIC encourages women to consider a career in the construction industry, because many jobs offer good pay and a good work-life balance. She noted that the construction industry is 10% women, a number they would like to see grow.
3-7-2021 SPARE PARTS CENTER FOR CREATIVE REUSE
Mary Elizabeth Cantu, the founder and director of Spare Parts Center for Creative Reuse talks about the non-profit organization which offers the material for creative endeavors to people at greatly reduced prices. Their mission is to reuse items and find new uses for them, in order to keep material out of the landfill. They are a great resource for teachers, artists and anyone who likes to work on creative projects. They are online and have opened a store on San Antonio's northeast side.
2-28-2021 METRO HEALTH BRINGS THE TRIPLE P - POSITIVE PARENTING PROGRAM TO SAN ANTONIO
Metro Health has brought an international evidence-based parenting program to San Antonio and is offering the Triple P - Positive Parenting Program to parents and anyone else in a child's life for free. Jenny Hixon, the Public Health Administrator overseeing Violence Prevention at Metro Health talks about the program, how and where it began and and how parents can take the lessons online or in person.
The City of San Antonio has a surveillance dashboard with information on the number of cases of the virus, the locations, and more. If you want to check in and keep up with the dashboard, there’s a website version, and a mobile version.