Jeremy Daniel

A musical started on Broadway, went to Hollywood and finally traveled all over the world. Now it’s coming to San Antonio and I was able to speak to one of its stars.

“My name is Roz Ryan!”

Roz stars in a key role in a production you’ve surely heard of.

“We’re coming with Chicago, the Musical, which is a pretty awesome show that I’ve been in-and-out-of for about 15 years.”

Jack Morgan

As in most years,  San Antonio's annual Martin Luther King Jr. March on Monday was one of the nation’s biggest walks in memory of the civil rights activist and global icon. We walked the route with about 100,000 other San Antonians, beginning our journey at the park-n-ride at St. Phillip’s College, boarding VIA buses for the ride to Martin Luther King Jr. Park.

Ryan E. Poppe

For the first time in 14 years, Texas has a new governor. Thousands of supporters filled the south side of the grounds of the State Capitol today, to witness Gov. Greg Abbott and Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick take office.

Sitting on his wheelchair, on a raised stage decorated in red, white and blue, Abbott placed his hand on the legendary Sam Houston Bible and pledged to serve Texas as governor. Abbott, the first person who will govern Texas from a wheelchair, was paralyzed in an accident when he was 26 years old.

Gage Skidmore / / cc

Governor Greg Abbott was sworn in today, becoming the 48th governor of Texas. 

The new leader has commented on a few of his goals, tax cuts, education reform, and reducing local regulations that "California-ize" Texas. 

Joey Palacios / Texas Public Radio

A San Antonio sausage company will be right there, along with other Texans, celebrating today’s inauguration of Republican Greg Abbott as governor. 

Kiolbassa Sausage will be on the plates of Texans attending the outdoor barbecue on the grounds of the State Capitol in Austin. It sits on San Antonio’s west side, on South Brazos Street and is a family business that’s been around for 65 years.