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"The Source" is a daily one hour call-in talk show, giving listeners in San Antonio the opportunity to connect with our in-studio guests and citywide audience. "The Source" seeks to give life, context and breadth to the events and issues affecting San Antonio by bringing newsmakers and experts to the public.Contact us here or at thesource@tpr.org.

The Source David Martin Davies

    • Government
    • 4.9 • 11 Ratings

"The Source" is a daily one hour call-in talk show, giving listeners in San Antonio the opportunity to connect with our in-studio guests and citywide audience. "The Source" seeks to give life, context and breadth to the events and issues affecting San Antonio by bringing newsmakers and experts to the public.Contact us here or at thesource@tpr.org.

    Candidate Forum: Hegar Up Against Longtime GOP Incumbent Cornyn To Represent Texas In The US Senate

    Candidate Forum: Hegar Up Against Longtime GOP Incumbent Cornyn To Represent Texas In The US Senate

    Three-term Republican incumbent John Cornyn is fighting to retain his seat representing Texas in the United States Senate in a closer-than-expected 2020 race against Democratic candidate MJ Hegar.

    • 43 min
    Second HOV Lane In San Antonio Opens On North Side

    Second HOV Lane In San Antonio Opens On North Side

    San Antonio’s second high-occupancy vehicle lane has opened on I-10 westbound from La Cantera Parkway to Ralph Fair Road. The eastbound HOV lane opened earlier this month.

    • 5 min
    Candidate Forum: Steve Allison, Celina Montoya Face Off Again In Race To Represent Texas House District 121

    Candidate Forum: Steve Allison, Celina Montoya Face Off Again In Race To Represent Texas House District 121

    GOP incumbent state Rep. Steve Allison is again facing a challenge from Democrat Celina Montoya for a seat in the Texas House representing the reliably red District 121, which includes northeast San Antonio, Alamo Heights, Terrell Hills and Olmos Park.

    • 52 min
    Despite In-Person Voting Lag, Bexar County Has Seen More Registrations, Mail-In Ballots Compared To 2016

    Despite In-Person Voting Lag, Bexar County Has Seen More Registrations, Mail-In Ballots Compared To 2016

    The second week of early voting has commenced in Texas, and many counties across the state have surpassed their 2016 voter turnout so far — but not Bexar.

    • 9 min
    Bexar County Bars To Reopen Amid COVID-19 Concerns. What's The Plan To Mitigate Community Spread?

    Bexar County Bars To Reopen Amid COVID-19 Concerns. What's The Plan To Mitigate Community Spread?

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott announced bars would be allowed to reopen Oct. 14 with approval from county judges and the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, as long as COVID-19 hospitalizations are less than 15% of total capacity. Many of Bexar County's roughly 3,000 bars have been operating as restaurants per a September rule to mitigate pandemic-related financial fallout. This week the county's remaining 425 watering holes are expected to be given the green light to also reopen at 50%, pending TABC approval.

    • 24 min
    Alamo Heights Asks Residents To Green Light $13.3M For Austin Highway, Lower Broadway Improvements

    Alamo Heights Asks Residents To Green Light $13.3M For Austin Highway, Lower Broadway Improvements

    This November, the City of Alamo Heights is also asking voters to approve a nearly $13.3 million bond for the Austin Highway/Lower Broadway Improvement Project.

    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

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Great Podcast to learn about San Antonio

I have lived in SA for just over 2 years so I was looking for a podcast that could give me some insight on the city. This is a great resource to learn about SA and surrounding areas. They discuss issues ranging from city government, development, cultural events, and much more.

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