Good morning from Washington D.C.! We are on our way to D.C. Armory where 45 SAPD officers, along with thousand other officers across the country, will be deputized for their duties along the Presidential Inauguration 2017 parade route.
With five band members in total and a handful of songs, Three Beards will perform on the national stage at the Vettys Inaugural Ball on Friday, a performance dedicated to honoring veterans and first responders in Washington DC.
On Thursday former Texas governor Rick Perry will have his confirmation hearing to become energy secretary -- the same department he famously forgot and pledged to eliminate as a presidential candidate in 2011.
A drug maker has settled with the Federal Trade Commission after it was accused of slowly hiking the price of a life-saving medication used to treat infants from $40 a vial to more than $34,000 a vial, and preventing other pharmaceutical firms from creating a competitive drug.
KSAT's Mark Austin and Adrian Garcia are in Washington, DC to cover the inauguration. Look for their coverage on-air starting with GMSA on Thursday and online at KSAT.com. You can also follow Mark & Adrian on social media.
A powerful Texas Republican says the state's "bathroom bill" is bad for business. The bill has caused a divide between the GOP's business-minded, traditional base and farther-right, grassroots activists.