David Martin Davies

Host, "The Source," "Texas Matters"

David Martin Davies is  a veteran journalist with over 20 years’ experience covering Texas, the border and Mexico. 

Davies is the host of "The Source," a live call-in news program that airs on KSTX from 12-1 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Since 1999 he was been the host and producer of "Texas Matters," a weekly radio news magazine that looks at the issues, events and people in the Lone Star State. 

Davies' reporting has been featured on National Public Radio, American Public Media's "Marketplace" and the BBC. He has written for "The San Antonio Light", "The San Antonio Express-News," "The Texas Observer" and others.

His reporting has been recognized with numerous awards. Davies was named the 2008 Texas Radio Journalist of the Year by the Houston Press Club. In 2015 he was recognized with two First Amendment Awards by the  Fort Worth Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. The Association for Women in Communications San Antonio Professional Chapter honored Davies with the 2015 Edna McGaffey Media Excellence Headliner Award.

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Best-selling author Ann Patchett is known for her works of fiction and nonfiction.  Her many acclaimed works include Bel Canto, State of Wonder, Truth and Beauty, This is the Story of a Happy Marriage, and many others, including her latest, Commonwealth, her seventh novel, which provides a discerning, sometimes funny, sometimes heart-rending study of sibling and other familial relationships.  Ann Patchett also co-owns Parnassus Books and went into the independent booksellers business when two other bookstores in Nashville closed.

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Texas' prevalence of food insecurity is above the U.S. average, according to 2013-15 data from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. "Food insecurity" means that at some point in a year, someone in a household went hungry because the household couldn’t afford food. 

U.S. Customs and Border Patrol

This weekend Immigration and Custom Enforcement agents – ICE- conducted sweeping raids to apprehend immigrants in the country illegally.  Congressman Joaquin Castro, a San Antonio Democrat says he’s monitoring the raids called “Operation Crosscheck.

Submission: Excellence in Writing

3 stories:

Lessons Learned From A Night In The Bexar County Jail

Texans Help With Louisiana Flood Relief

Artist Vincent Valdez Paints The Ku Klux Klan in The City.

Lessons Learned From A Night In The Bexar County Jail

Airdate: October 20th, 2016

Reporter David Martin Davies

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Just because you are getting older doesn't mean you have to deal with problems related to old age.

Some of the world's leading research on how to fight the consequences of aging is happening here in San Antonio at UT Health's Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies.

What have researchers and scientists discovered about treating the underlying causes of aging, in order to enhance the quality of later life?

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