Stories By Lisa Krantz

  • S.A. ultrarunner finds focus running 100-plus miles She credits running with inspiring her to start Band of Runners, a trail running nonprofit for veterans and their families.
  • S.A. youth graduates a victor in fierce fight with cancer For 10 months, Noah Adams fought Ewing sarcoma, an aggressive type of bone cancer. He got through his senior year in high school during a pandemic, with JROTC, friends, a prom, volunteer work and good grades. He had part of his leg removed. And...
  • The Gunman's Wife Videos: An interview with Danielle Kelley In a series of exclusive interviews with the San Antonio Express-News, Danielle Kelley, widow of church gunman Devin Kelley, describes their life together and her efforts to move on after 26 of her fellow church members died by his hand.
  • News November 27, 2017
    Rowan's Reach
    ROWAN From a boy with an incurable disease comes wisdom about life, hope, sharing and generosity.
  • Weeks after storm, battered island of Vieques gets medical... Teams of medical volunteers have been working in Puerto Rico’s hardest hit areas. On Friday, one of them made it across eight miles of ocean to Vieques, which had one doctor, 9,000 people, no electricty or running water and almost no government...
  • Talent emerges in dance program After months of training with teachers from Ballet San Antonio, students performed in front of their families at the Calderon Branch of the San Antonio Boys and Girls Clubs.
  • Pictures of the Year: Lisa Krantz Fight for equality leads to a wedding, and a dance.
  • Area gay couples take part in free weddings at  First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio Area same-sex couples recently walked the aisle First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Antonio as the church opened it doors to perform free wedding ceremonies on Friday for the city's LGBT community following U.S. Supreme Court legalized gay...
  • A Life Apart: The Toll of Obesity Hector Garcia Jr. had severe obesity for most of his adult life. He wanted his story told so that he might warn others about the pain, ridicule and lost hopes that are the consequences of the disease.
  • Transgender woman from S.A. gets her dream wedding “This is the person that really, really helped me when I was coming out,” says Valerio, a transgender woman, of her time as a high school student in San Antonio. A regular entertainer on the Texas female impersonation and pageant circuit for...