KSAT Q&A: Mayor Ron Nirenberg discusses rise in police shootings, dog attacks
San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined KSAT Q&A Tuesday and discussed the rise in police shootings, as 5 officers had been shot in the last 12 days in San Antonio. Additionally, Nirenberg shared details on the levels of responsibility when it comes to dog attacks, including city resources and pet owners.
Leading SA: Airport director talks expansion plans, record-breaking travel numbers
Expansion plans are currently underway at the San Antonio International Airport as the facility continues to see a spike in travelers this year. Airport Director Jesus Saenz joined Leading SA to explain what we can expect and more details on its expansions on the horizon.
KSAT Q&A: Mayor Ron Nirenberg discusses record-breaking heat, power grid, available resources
As San Antonio continues to see record-breaking heat, many are concerned about the reliability of the ERCOT power grid. Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined Tuesday's KSAT Q&A to share available resources and what the city is doing to help.
KSAT Q&A: Former US Rep. Will Hurd shares why he joined 2024 presidential election, his priorities moving forward
Former US Rep. Will Hurd, a San Antonio native, announced his bid for the 2024 presidential election last month. He joined Monday's KSAT Q&A to discuss why he's running for president and his priorities moving forward.
Keller Williams Heritage Real Estate Agent breaks down rise in fixed mortgage rates, impacts on local housing market
Real Estate Agent Ronnie Trevino with Keller Williams Heritage joined Leading SA to help break down the rise in interest rates for a 30-year-fixed mortgage and the impacts on the local housing market.
Leading SA: Chief Workforce Officer with Greater: SATX discusses new business developments, plans for future
The organization has been hard at work setting the foundation for economic plans in our community. Chief Workforce Officer Romanita Matta-Barrera with Greater: SATX joined Leading SA to discuss plans for the future.
KSAT Q&A: Mayor Ron Nirenberg discusses 4th of July safety, St. Mary’s Strip construction update
Mayor Ron Nirenberg joined Tuesday’s KSAT Q&A to share safety tips as families celebrate the Fourth of July across Military City USA. Nirenberg also discussed the construction on the St. Mary’s Strip that has continued to effect local businesses after the Squeezebox announced it would close at the end of the month.
Leading SA: UT Health San Antonio infectious disease specialist discusses Malaria, Measles risk in Texas
Dr. Jason Bowling, an infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio, joined Leading SA to discuss what is happening and what families should know following confirmed cases of Malaria and Measles in Texas.
KSAT Q&A: District 10 Councilman Marc Whyte discusses combating gun violence, better training for officers
New District 10 Councilman Marc Whyte joined anchors Steve Spriester and Myra Arthur in Thursday’s KSAT Q&A to discuss combaring ongoing gun violence and the recent shooting of Melissa Perez, who was killed by SAPD officers.
KSAT Q&A: District 1 councilwoman discusses her plans to combat infrastructure issues, setbacks
District 1 Councilwoman Sukh Kaur joined Wednesday’s KSAT Q&A to discuss construction delays affecting the St. Mary’s strip. While District 1 faces ongoing infrastructure issues, Kaur speaks to her team’s plans to address them.
Councilwoman Marina Alderete Gavito discusses her plans to lead District 7
District 7 Councilwoman Marina Alderete Gavito joins Steve and Stephania to discuss the steps she and her team are taking to lead District 7. Also, Alderete Gavito reflects on the issues that are of importance for her district.
Leading SA: SAPD Chief McManus discusses string of high-profile violent crimes, causes, and response
There have been a number of high-profile violent crimes over the last few weeks. San Antonio Chief of Police William McManus joined Leading SA to discuss why it is happening and the department’s response.
Leading SA: President & CEO of Port San Antonio discusses growth, plans for the future
Port San Antonio has grown exponentially over the last five years, and there is even more on the horizon. Jim Perschbach, President and CEO of Port San Antonio, joined Leading SA to discuss progress and plans for the future.