David Martin Davies


To secede or not to secede?  That’s the question leaders of the Texas Nationalist Movement have for state elected officials following the United Kingdom’s narrow vote to leave the European Union.  While the fringe issue has become more of a mainstream conversation, state party leaders from both sides of the political aisle are still very much against the idea.



Is Julián Castro Experienced Enough To Be VP?

Jun 24, 2016
Marjorie Kamys Cotera / The Texas Tribune

Correction appended

Julián Castro is potentially on the verge of the biggest moment of his life: being tapped to serve as the running mate for Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

Louisa Jonas / Texas Public Radio

What if scientists could predict what future diseases people might get based on the current diseases they have?  Much like Amazon trying to guess what products you’ll like based on what you’re currently browsing, researchers at the University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio and the VA Hospital are using data analysis to predict the development of chronic disease.

Nathan Cone / TPR

With a manager, late summer studio plans with a high profile producer and songwriter, and all the members of the group finally in one city once again (drummer Nate Keeney just graduated from Texas Tech University and returned to San Antonio), things are starting to happen for The Native Roar.

Eileen Pace

San Antonio’s technology community is growing again.

Fresh off the heels of last week’s announcement of a new system of tech careers high schools set to open next year, tech partners today announced a new incubator aimed at shooting San Antonio to the top of the list of the nation’s leaders in cybersecurity technology and products.