What questions do you have about our community? KSAT wants to explain

The KSAT Explains team wants you to weigh in on what topics we should tackle in the new year

What major questions do you have about our community? KSAT wants to explain (KSAT 2021)

SAN ANTONIO – Keeping up with the breakneck, 24-hour news cycle is hard. Even for those of us who do it for a living. In our own newsroom, we recognize that there are stories we cover in our newscasts that could use some more context, clarity, and explanation.

That’s why we created KSAT Explains in June 2020 - to allow the journalists in our newsroom to dive deeper into topics that demand more attention. The program began as an online streaming show but has evolved into an on-air segment, which you can watch every Monday at 6:30 P.M. on KSAT12.

Over the course of more than 50 episodes, we’ve covered a lot of ground. Here are some of the topics we’ve covered, just to name a few:

And much much more.

As we work on new episodes for the new year, we want to know what you want Explained. Do you have a question about something you’ve seen on the news? Or is there something you’re wondering about around San Antonio or South Texas?

Chances are if you have a question, others are wondering the same thing.

Let us know in the prompt below or in the comment section of this story and be sure to catch every episode’s debut by subscribing to our free newsletter.

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Watch past episodes of KSAT Explains here.


About the Authors:

Dylan Collins is the producer for KSAT Explains. Before joining KSAT, Dylan was a news producer at WAFB in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He has also worked on multiple productions led by the Discovery Channel.

Myra Arthur is passionate about San Antonio and sharing its stories. She graduated high school in the Alamo City and always wanted to anchor and report in her hometown. Myra anchors KSAT News at 6:00 p.m. and hosts and reports for the streaming show, KSAT Explains. She joined KSAT in 2012 after anchoring and reporting in Waco and Corpus Christi.