KSAT Q&A: Mayor Ron Nirenberg discusses COVID-19 numbers, cancer-causing hotspots, and SAPD arbitration hearings
Mayor Ron Nirenberg discussed the COVID-19 positivity numbers as the holidays approach. He also discussed the cancer-causing hotspots in San Antonio as well as the recent SAPD arbitration hearings on Wednesday's Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Mayor Ron Nirenberg talks antisemitism in San Antonio, airport plans, and UTSA football
Mayor Ron Nirenberg discussed antisemitism in San Antonio and how the city is standing against it. He also talked about the improvements coming to the airport and the undefeated UTSA Roadrunners on Wednesday's Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Dr. Ruth Berggren says data shows vaccines for children show 90% protection from COVID-19 symptoms
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Ruth Berggren from the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio says the vaccines for children are showing promising results, and are offering 90% protection against COVID-19 symptoms.
KSAT Q&A: Dr. Ruth Berggren addresses parents' concerns regarding COVID-19 vaccine risks for children
Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Ruth Berggren from the Long School of Medicine at UT Health San Antonio is answering questions that parents have regarding the COVID-19 vaccine now available for children.
KSAT Q&A: UT Health San Antonio pediatric infectious disease doctor talks COVID-19 vaccine for children
Dr. Tess Barton, pediatric infectious disease doctor at UT Health San Antonio, discussed how soon the FDA could approve COVID-19 vaccines in children and how the illness has affected kids during this pandemic on Tuesday's Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Pct. 3 Bexar County Commissioner discusses the hiring of two jail consultants
Trish DeBerry, Pct. 3 Bexar County Commissioner, discussed the hiring of two separate jail consultants by the commissioner's court and Sheriff Javier Salazar as well as the need for a jail consultant on Monday's Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Bexar County District Attorney discusses resources DA's office provides to domestic violence victims
Joe Gonzales, Bexar County District Attorney, discussed the resources available through the DA's office for domestic violence victims such as clothing, food, housing and legal aid on Wednesday's KSAT Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Daughter of man who inspired movie 'Hotel Rwanda,' discusses his imprisonment, efforts to bring him home
Anaise Kanimba, the daughter of Paul Rusesabagina, who inspired the movie "Hotel Rwanda," discussed her father's imprisonment in Rwanda and the efforts to bring him home on Tuesday's KSAT Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Scott Braddock of Quorum Report talks Gov. Abbott's vaccine mandate ban, redistricting and a fouth special legislative session
Scott Braddock, editor of Quorum Report, discussed Gov. Abbott's ban on vaccine mandates, the redistricting process and the potential for a fourth special legislative session on Tuesday's Q&A.