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Funding Raised For San Antonio's Pride Themed Rainbow Crosswalk

5/25/2018
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Enough funding has been secured to create a rainbow crosswalk at the intersection of North Main Avenue and Evergreen Street. The crosswalk is expected to be painted in the next few weeks. Evergreen Street and Main Avenue are at the center of San Antonio’s LGBT district. Last year, District 1 Councilman Roberto Trevino called for the creation of a crosswalk and received approval from a City Council committee.

Duration:00:00:51

Your Weekend's Here: Patriotic Pops, Salsa Fest & Cave Concert

5/25/2018
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From a Patriotic Pops performance, to a cave concert, to the Texas Salsa Festival, the holiday weekend holds the promise of plenty of fun here in South Texas.

Duration:00:01:47

Fronteras: Latino Cancer Rates; Teaching Slavery; & Edgewood Walkout 50 Years Later

5/25/2018
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On Fronteras: Researchers are looking into how to raise awareness about rising rates of cancer in the Latino population (0:15). Texas schools are teaching students about slavery, but the curriculum doesn’t reflect how it affected the course of U.S. history (12:04). In 1968, high school students at San Antonio’s Edgewood High School walked out of class and changed how public schools were funded (15:02)

Duration:00:21:30

San Antonians Calling For Citywide Paid Sick Leave Deliver Petitions to City Hall

5/24/2018
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Over 140,000 petition signatures requesting paid sick leave for workers across San Antonio were hand-delivered to City Hall Thursday. Working Texans for Paid Sick Time, a coalition of grassroots organizations from across the state, is pushing for the measure.

Duration:00:00:48

Air Force Must Test For Soil Contamination Around Controversial Pipeline

5/24/2018
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U.S. representatives Henry Cuellar, Joaquín Castro, and Lloyd Doggett Thursday secured an amendment to the National Defense Authorization Act which would improve the wastewater infrastructure for Joint Base San Antonio and surrounding areas. The wastewater pipeline that runs through JBSA serves about 500,000 people in southwest San Antonio and on Lackland Air Force Base. The pipeline, known as W-6, has experienced several sewage overflows in the last few years. San Antonio was mandated by...

Duration:00:00:42

Treue Der Union Monument Represents An Incredible Cost For Comfort

5/24/2018
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Just up Interstate 10, about 50 miles northwest of San Antonio, stands a monument in a small town that's unlike any monument in Texas.

Duration:00:05:09

New Building Marks Next Chapter For Port San Antonio

5/24/2018
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Port San Antonio opened the doors to its newest building Wednesday night, marking a new chapter for the 100 year-old campus on the city’s southwest side. The $20 million facility was conceived as the first of six buildings focused on the cyber security and technology industries. Breaking free of the image of the port as just a runway with big airplanes, staff said they wanted this development to have new architecture and new, more welcoming spaces they hope will lead to new collaborative...

Duration:00:00:48

San Antonio City Council Closed-Door Meeting Spurs Debate On Transparency, Texas Law

5/24/2018
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District 6 City Councilman Greg Brockhouse has asked Bexar County District Attorney Nico LaHood to investigate a potential violation of the Texas Open Meetings Act by the San Antonio City Council.

Duration:00:47:40

Could The Santa Fe High School Shooting Be A Tipping Point For Texas Gun Policy?

5/23/2018
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The May 18 shooting at a high school in Santa Fe, Texas was the deadliest gun-related incident at a school since the death of 17 students at Marjorie Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida.

Duration:00:23:33

May Runoff Results Narrow Down Key Races For November Election

5/22/2018
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Ballots across the state showed just two candidates per race in the May 22 runoff elections to decide which Democratic and GOP candidates will compete in November elections.

Duration:00:23:54

Boerne ISD To Raise Teacher, Staff Salaries Next School Year

5/22/2018
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Teachers, nurses and librarians in the Boerne Independent School District are getting a 3 percent raise next school year. District officials say they can afford to give staff raises because enrollment is increasing.

Duration:00:00:50

Should Bexar County Implement A Needle Exchange Program?

5/21/2018
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Bexar County is working to be the first in Texas to legalize a needle exchange program.

Duration:00:47:30

Nonprofit Group Honors San Antonio Area Schools For Serving Kids In Poverty

5/21/2018
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Texas advocacy and research group Children at Risk is shining a light on schools that help students growing up in poverty succeed academically. The organization published its 2018 school rankings Monday, comparing schools that serve students from similar economic backgrounds.

Duration:00:01:06

Texas Matters: Exploring Medicaid Expansion & 'The Cedar Choppers'

5/21/2018
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On this episode of "Texas Matters," this is one of 19 states to not expand Medicaid when the Affordable Care Act became law. Matthew Buettgens, lead author of the report “ The Implications of Medicaid Expansion in the Remaining States,” joins us to discuss whether or not Medicaid expansion is good for the Lone Star state. Also, author Ken Roberts talks about a tight society of fiercely independent country folk – known as "The Cedar Choppers (10:30)."

Duration:00:28:59

Low Voter Turnout Expected Despite Significant Races In Texas Runoff Election

5/21/2018
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Historically, Texans just don’t vote in large percentages when comes to primary runoff elections, and even though there are still some key undecided primary elections, only the most politically engaged Texans are likely to cast a vote Tuesday .

Duration:00:01:00

Texas Nonprofit Brings Water Technology To Disaster Areas

5/21/2018
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The Federal Emergency Management Agency spent $361 million on bottled water in Puerto Rico by the end of January, after Hurricane Maria ravaged the island in September.

Duration:00:04:16

First Class From Early College HS Program Set To Graduate

5/18/2018
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On Saturday, 204 high school seniors will be awarded associate degrees from Palo Alto College before earning their high school diploma. They’re the first cohort to benefit from Palo Alto’s tuition-free early college high school programs, launched in 2014. According to school officials, 88 percent of students who signed up for the program four years ago earned enough college credits to graduate.

Duration:00:01:34

Fronteras: Fiesta Protesta; Syrian War Refugee in SA; & A Tour Of San Antonio's Westside

5/18/2018
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On Fronteras: For one day each year, the borders are erased between Lajitas and Paso Lajitas, Mexico (0:15). A recent graduate from the University of Texas at El Paso shares her story of moving to San Antonio to escape war-torn Syria (6:55). We go on a tour of San Antonio’s Westside. It’s one of the poorest parts of San Antonio, but it’s rich in culture (11:30).

Duration:00:21:31

Fronteras Extra: Voices From Both Sides

5/18/2018
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Every year in the tiny border town of Lajitas — located about 300 miles east of El Paso — hundreds gather to celebrate, remember and protest the closing of the area’s border passage. For decades, U.S. tourists and locals used to cross freely over the Rio Grande into Pasos Lajitas, Mexico. But that changed in May of 2002, when the federal government abruptly closed the informal passage. The small community Lajitas shared with its Mexican neighbor was cut in half. But the annual Voices From...

Duration:00:06:07

Mystery Behind San Antonio's Miraflores Park Uncovered

5/18/2018
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Updated 2:47 p.m. You may have seen it while driving on Hildebrand, approaching Broadway, there’s a massive, tiled gate. Inside are curious sculptures and benches. It’s called Miraflores, and its past is fascinating. Now it appears its future will be, too.

Duration:00:05:17

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