Lots of closures for Highway 281/Loop 1604 Interchange this weekend
Get ready for heavy traffic if you plan to travel near the Highway 281/Loop 1604 Interchange.
VOTE for the Best Summer Camp
Going to summer camp can be a real coming-of-age time for kids, and a lot goes into the decision of choosing one. We asked which summer camp you think is the best. We've got your Top 6 nominees, and now it's time to VOTE.
MOVIE REVIEW: Star Trek Into Darkness
After the crew of the Enterprise find an unstoppable force of terror from within their own organization, Captain Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one man weapon of mass destruction.
How you can help the Texas tornado victims
Many of you are wondering how you can help the Texas tornado victims.
2 out of 13 SUV's pass crash tests
Job fair on Tuesday, May 21st
The job fair is directed to all industries, but many of the jobs will be in the oil and gas industry.
YMCA holding free open house
You and your family can check out facilities all over San Antonio this weekend.
Time Warner Cable changes: Please adjust your television
Important changes are coming for Time Warner Cable customers who directly connect to cable.
Manu Ginóbili is your favorite San Antonio Spur
San Antonio's love for the Spurs runs deep. They're not just a team that represents our fair city, they're a part of our family. And now, we know the name of your favorite.
Some top colleges still have space for freshman, tuition discounts
Forbes has a list of 50 colleges that have made Princeton Reviews "Best Colleges" list but have been unable to attract enough freshmen to fill their classrooms.
Best and worst college majors
Not all college degrees are created equal and that could affect graduates landing a job in their chosen fields.
Poisonous spices for dogs
Some spices common in pantries can poison your dog.
Beamer Shoots, Spurs Win!
News 4's Randy Beamer took his video and still cameras to the Spurs game Tuesday night. Spurs win!
Website for flight delays
Are You Diabetic? Free blood sugar test for you and your family
The Texas Diabetes Institute is offering a FREE blood sugar test for anyone who lives in Bexar County.
Win Movies for a Year!
You can watch movies all year for FREE!
Air Force launches "Every Dollar Counts" initiative
The service wants to hear from uniformed and civilian Air Force members about how it can save money.
Angelina Jolie reveals double mastectomy
Actress opted for the surgery after learning she had an 87% risk of developing breast cancer.
Pre-K 4 SA enrollment
Parents can enroll their children in the city's new "Pre-K 4 SA" program.
Mother's Day gift idea
Looking for the perfect Mother's Day gift? Our Creations Medspa stopped by our studio with some great deals.
Meet San Antonio's top moms
Avance, a San Antonio organization that helps prepare young people to be better parents, honored two of the top mothers here, just in time for Mother's Day. News 4's Randy Beamer was MC and brought along his camera.
Is Death Row inmate Rodney Reed innocent?
The murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites 17 years ago this week sent shock waves through Central Texas. But all along, the man behind bars for her murder has said he didn't do it, and new challenges to the case could support Rodney Reed's claims of innocence.
New health care company hiring
Carenet Healthcare Services will hire between 150 to 180 workers.
Beamer's "Name That... Thing!" Challenge
Randy Beamer took his camera up into the Hill Country over the weekend and got some great shots of... critters and crawlies and... things. Can you name them?
MOVIE REVIEW: The Great Gatsby
A Midwestern war veteran finds himself drawn to the past and lifestyle of his millionaire neighbor. Based on the classic novel.
Affordable internet options
There's a new way for people to surf the web without paying a lot of money.
Vote on Saturday
The Spring Election is on May 11th
Boy looking for "superhero" service dog
Seven-year-old Raymond Gonzalez is hoping that if as many as people as possible hear his story, his lost service dog will come home.
"Being Gay is Okay" Coloring Book
A coloring book called "Being Gay is Okay" is getting some nationwide attention. It's from the same company that stirred up controversy a couple of years ago with a Tea Party coloring book.
Eduardo's is the best prom dress shop in San Antonio
Just about everybody loves to step out in style, and never is that 'love' more true than for teens about to step out for their high school prom. And now, we know which prom dress shop you think is the best place to find that to-die-for dress.
Humana hiring 80 in San Antonio
Humana is hiring 500 people nationwide and 80 of those positions are coming here.
Ex-Federal Workers Double Dipping
The government is trying to save money by laying off federal workers, but some are collecting more in taxpayer-funded unemployment aid than they would have under their old salaries.
Life on Mars: Group seeks colonists for red planet project
The group is trying to put four colonists on Mars by 2023 then add more people to the red planet every two years after.
National Parks: Budget cuts lead to shorter hours, longer lines
The National Parks Service faces a $183 million shortage this year.
Study: Amnesty for undocumented immigrants could costs taxpayers $6 trillion
The study shows the amnesty recipients will receive $9.4 trillion in government services and will pay $3.1 trillion in taxes.
Researchers say cure for gray hair coming
Is gray hair getting the best of you? Whether age or stress, fear no longer, for scientists say they have found the root cause and soon will be able to reverse the gray without surgery and without hair dyes.
WATCH: Judge on Casey Anthony trial speaks out for first time
The Florida judge who presided over the Casey Anthony murder trial two years ago is now speaking out for the first time, and what he's saying about her isn't so nice.
Giving Back: Madonna Neighborhood Center needs volunteers
The Madonna Neighborhood Center is located on a sprawling property off Castroville Road. The place was needed to help care for kids and the elderly.
WATCH: Bieber bumped in onstage scuffle in Dubai
Megastar singer Justin Bieber is known for his slick dance moves onstage. But spinning away from a mash-up between security guards and a rogue fan has become the hit of his concert in Dubai.
Early Voting: What you need to know
City elections are just around the corner and early voting started today.
Fredstock 2013 honors beloved San Antonio professor
Music business students gathered at San Antonio College Saturday for Fredstock 2013, a free, family friendly music festival featuring local bands.
Can the Spurs play better small-ball than the Warriors?
How will the Spurs beat the Warriors? Will Coach Gregg Popovich try to out small-ball the Warriors? Can the Spurs slow down S. Curry? Is this a situation where you let him do his damage and stop everyone else?
Dollars for Docs: Special Investigation
Do you trust your doctor to always prescribe the best medicine? We learned some doctors are collecting huge amounts of money in speaking and consulting fees directly from drug companies.
Bill gives 'open checkbook' to Army Corps of Engineers
The checkbook could add up to more than $12 billion, and it would arrive with no strings attached.
Hazardous waste collection event on Saturday
The City of San Antonio is hosting a mobile household hazardous waste collection event Saturday
While you should never skip wearing sunscreen, there are some foods that will boost your natural SPF.
MOVIE REVIEW: Iron Man 3
When Tony Stark's world is torn apart by a formidable terrorist called the Mandarin, he starts an odyssey of rebuilding and retribution.
MOVIE REVIEW: To The Wonder
After visiting Mont Saint-Michel, Marina and Neil come to Oklahoma, where problems arise. Marina meets a priest and fellow exile, who is struggling with his vocation, while Neil renews his ties with a childhood friend, Jane.
2013 Cornyval in Helotes
2013 Cornyval festival in Helotes continues through Sunday.
Missing New Braunfels teen found
Eighteen-year-old Devon Nicole Gadsby was reported missing in New Braunfels early Thursday.
Don's Extra Point: High school athlete punished for show of faith
School officials say he broke an excessive celebration rule when he pointed to the sky after his win.
Apps to ask your doctor about
No matter how routine a surgery might be for a surgeon, it can be a pretty scary experience for us regular people. But thanks to technology, it can be a little easier to bear.
Labor Dept. report on Metropolitan Area Employment
Feds spend billions on unused, empty buildings
Lawmakers question why government is keeping 100,000 unused buildings at heavy taxpayer expense.
HireLive Career Fair
Many Fortune 500 companies will be in attendance.
Blanco Cafe serves the best enchiladas in San Antonio
Whether they're of the rich and cheesy, spiced-up, melt-in-your mouth variety or the lighter, chicken-filled, green-sauced and sour-creamed sort, enchiladas are a San Antonio favorite. And now, we know your favorite place to get 'em.
Pentagon is urged to crack down on religious proselytizing
Military Religious Freedom Foundation president Mikey Weinstein says even a Christian bumper sticker on an officer's car or a Bible on an officer's desk can amount to "pushing this fundamentalist version of Christianity on helpless subordinates."
CONTEST: Missions Military Night
Attention Texas veterans. Win free tickets to see the Missions play on May 22nd - Military Night at the ballpark. Go to TexasVeterans.com today to enter for your chance to win.