KSAT Q&A: UTSA political science professor Jon Taylor on 'frustrating cycle' following mass shootings
Jon Taylor, PhD., Chair of the Political Science & Geography Department at UTSA, joins Steve and Myra to talk about what he calls "wash, rinse, repeat" when it comes to lawmakers' reaction to gun control legislation after mass shootings.
KSAT Q&A: UTSA professor discusses how US Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade will affect politics
UTSA political science professor Jon Taylor talks about the leak of a draft opinion copy from the US Supreme Court regarding Roe v Wade, and if that ruling is overturned, how it will affect the political landscape.
Everything to know about voting in the May 7 constitutional amendment, special and bond election
On May 7 voters can weigh in on two state constitutional amendments as well as a city bond proposals in San Antonio. Several local school districts have bond issues on the ballot and there are some municipalities deciding on mayor and city council races.
KSAT Q&A: New national tuberculosis research center coming to San Antonio
Dr. Joanne Turner, executive vice president of research for Texas Biomedical Research Institute, joined Thursday's KSAT Q&A to discuss San Antonio's new national tuberculosis research center and how it will help Texas Biomed's research.
KSAT Q&A: Mayor Nirenberg talks pandemic recovery, Brackenridge Park restoration
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined Wednesday's Q&A to discuss the city's plans for pandemic recovery and what visitors can do to stay safe during Fiesta events. He also discussed the status of the Brackenridge Park restoration project.