KSAT Q&A: SAAACAM preserving history, seeking memorabilia from 54 years of MLK Jr. March
Lisa Jackson with San Antonio African American Community Archive and Museum joined Monday's KSAT Q&A to talk about the MLK Jr. March History Harvest and how locals can submit their stories and memorabilia from 54 years of the Martin Luther King Jr. march.
KSAT Q&A: Infectious disease doctor discusses COVID-19 reinfection with omicron, what to do when showing symptoms
Dr. Ruth Berggren, an infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio, joined Thursday’s KSAT Q&A to discuss COVID-19 reinfection with the new variant, omicron’s effect on frontline health care workers and precautions to take for those who start showing symptoms and can't find a test.
KSAT Q&A: Infectious diseases doctor explains what you should do after showing COVID-19 symptoms to avoid unneccessary ER visits
Dr. Ruth Berggren, an infectious disease specialist with UT Health San Antonio, joined the KSAT Q&A on Thursday to discuss the latest rise in omicron COVID-19 cases and what people should do before seeking help at an emergency room.
KSAT Q&A: Trinty University Professor discusses new book 'Unshakable Faith'
Carey Latimore, history professor at Trinity University, joined Wednesday's Q&A to discuss his new book "Unshakable Faith" which focuses on the stories of African Americans who maintained their faith despite challenges they may have faced.
KSAT Q&A: Rev. Andries Coetzee discusses experience visiting South Africa amid spike in COVID-19 omicron variant cases
Rev. Andries Coetzee of University Presbyterian Church discussed his latest visit to South Africa amid a spike in omicron variant COVID-19 cases and what he experienced in the country during Friday's KSAT Q&A.
KSAT Q&A: Bexar County Pct. 1 Commissioner talks BCSO body cam policy, commissioners court changes
Pct. 1 County Commissioner Rebeca Clay-Flores discussed the BCSO body cam policy that was approved by the court, upcoming changes to the commissioners court, and mental wellness programs in the county on Tuesday's Q&A.
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.