I hope this e-mail finds you well, safe, and warm. Last week was quite an extraordinary time for our state and, unfortunately, the weather and energy supply impacted our signal for our over-the-air and AT&T/Direct TV customers for several days. Our engineers worked diligently and safely and I am proud to report that our station is transmitting at full power on all platforms and you should be able to see our programming once again. If you watch KLRN over-the-air and still do not see our signal, you may need to rescan (click here for instructions on how to do that). We appreciate your support and your patience as we worked to restore our broadcast.
We have a wonderful week of programming planned for you from musical concerts, dramas, and history and science documentaries. And if you recently missed any of your favorite programs, chances are they are available to watch for free on the KLRN Video Player.
On last week's episode: San Antonio District 1 Councilman Roberto Treviño shares his plan for dealing with the city's growing homeless population. He also addresses talk about running for mayor.
Host T.J. Mayes also chats with new Police Association President Danny Diaz about negotiations between the city and police union. In addition, Express-News columnist Gilbert Garcia details the latest on the mayoral race, and San Antonio Report’s Brendan Gibbons breaks down CPS Energy’s plan for renewables in the future.
The Story Goes is a bi-weekly podcast that celebrates our community’s collective successes, highlights our shared challenges, and inspires listeners to take action. In this collaboration between KLRN and SA2020, listeners will get to know the people and organizations creating change in San Antonio. Listen. Share.