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Texas Could Gain $1 Bil After SCOTUS Online Sale Tax Ruling

6/21/2018
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The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 5-4 Thursday that states can collect sales tax from online sellers in some circumstances.

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The Time Enders Capture The Spirit Of A Timless Era

6/21/2018
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The Time Enders’ performance is so impressively dead-on to folk music produced in the ‘50s and ‘60s that you might wonder where they parked the time machine. Channeling the lyrical simplicity of cowboy songs and the mellower side of life, Nicholas Spyker and Orlando Gonzales create a timeless sound. Their set captured a moment in the early ‘60s where songs radiated an ethereal beauty and blossomed into the flower-power movement. Although The Time Enders is a relatively new project (the duo...

Duration:00:02:23

San Antonio Housing Task Force Offers Recommendations

6/21/2018
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The mayor’s Housing Policy Task Force presented to the San Antonio City Council on Wednesday its draft recommendations on placing and keeping more San Antonians in homes.

Duration:00:01:22

San Antonio Tops List Of Fastest Growing Cities In US

6/20/2018
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The best kept secrets about living in San Antonio have been exposed through national reports on its new status as the fastest growing major city in America.

Duration:00:01:28

Legislation Aims To Provide Justice For Child Sexual Assault Victims On Military Bases

6/19/2018
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The U.S. military often fails to provide justice to the children of service members when they are sexually assaulted by other kids on base. But new legislation passed by the Senate Monday seeks to close a jurisdictional gap that contributes to the problem.

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Spanish Royalty In San Antonio, Takes In '500 Years of Spanish Painting' At Museum Of Art

6/19/2018
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For their last day in San Antonio, King Felipe and Queen Letizia of Spain visited the San Antonio Museum of Art .

Duration:00:01:34

Texas Matters: Legacy Of Poverty & Border Families

6/18/2018
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On This episode of "Texas Matters": 50 years after CBS's Hunger In America exposed San Antonio's poverty Senator John Cornyn on border family separations (10:13). San Antonio rallys against border family separations (11:22). How the Texas Border is the most over policed area in the nation (15:27). A daughter remembers her father's office on the border (24:01).

Duration:00:29:00

William Shatner To Look Back On 'Wrath Of Khan,' Live On Stage

6/18/2018
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I picked up the phone, and could practically hear the outstretched hand through the receiver. “Nathan, good morning…! Bill Shatner.” And there he is, larger than life, even on the phone. Denny Crane, T.J. Hooker, the Priceline.com Negotiator, Captain Kirk, and perhaps the best character of them all, William Shatner . Shatner’s career has spanned six decades, earning him a Golden Globe, and a pair each of Emmys, Saturn Awards, and even the (gasp!) Golden Raspberry. He’s co-authored over two...

Duration:00:04:36

Striking A 50/50 Deal With The Universe, Voodoo Boogaloo Works To Meet Fate Halfway

6/15/2018
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Some plane rides seem like they will never end. Especially if the plane ride simultaneously marks the end of one life chapter and the uncertain start of another. On his long plane ride from Las Vegas back to Texas in 2014, Logan Woodyard spent the entirety of his flight trying to figure out what he was going to do, musically, for the next year of his life. Armed with a vague idea of what he wanted, the first thing Logan did ­­once his plane landed was find Stephanie Cardona – his decision...

Duration:00:31:00

Fronteras Extra: Creating A Generation Of Children 'Whose Emotions Matter'

6/15/2018
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Local doula Ari Chagoya works with mothers- and fathers-to-be. Chagoya said involving as many people as possible in the birth process heightens awareness. And in case the mother or child are experiencing postpartum health problems, the family will work as an advocate.

Duration:00:01:50

Fronteras Extra: Illustrating A Journey — 'La Frontera: El Viaje Con Papá'

6/15/2018
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When he was 14 years old, Alfredo Alva crossed the border with his father from Mexico into Texas. His journey is told in the children’s book “ La Frontera: El Viaje con Papá, My Journey with Papa ” by first-time author and Kerrville resident Deborah Mills. Alva is now a construction worker living in Kerrville. The story has been slightly altered to make the character of Alfredito younger, about 8 years old, to better identify with young readers.

Duration:00:02:43

Fronteras: Fathers Impact On Infant Development & A Border Tale For Children

6/15/2018
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On Fronteras: Tackling infant mortality with paternal involvement (0:15). The true story of a father and son’s journey across the U.S.-Mexico border told in a children’s book (14:25).

Duration:00:21:31

San Antonio's Navaira Brothers: The Beat Goes On

6/15/2018
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A band from San Antonio is having international success. At the core of the group is a pair of brothers, carrying on the family business: Diego and Emilio Navaira.

Duration:00:04:54

GOP To Select Party Chairman At Republican Convention

6/14/2018
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It’s day one of the state Republican Party convention in San Antonio, and what do GOP delegates do on day one? They choose a state party chairman.

Duration:00:01:46

What Does The Changing Role Of Fatherhood Mean For Dads?

6/13/2018
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What does it mean to be a dad in 2018? Modern economic and social trends have lessened the importance of gender in parenting, rewriting roles and responsibilities for caregivers.

Duration:00:47:14

More Than 50 People Found In Trailer In San Antonio

6/13/2018
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Updated 6:35 p.m. A 36-year-old Laredo man has been charged with human smuggling after 54 immigrants were found Tuesday night in a refrigerated trailer on the northeast side of San Antonio, near Broadway and Loop 410. It’s the third time a trailer carrying migrants in the country illegally was found in the Alamo City since last July.

Duration:00:00:42

Bexar County Judge Asks Local Delegation To Consider Campiagn Finance Reform

6/13/2018
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Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff is asking members of the Bexar County delegation at the state Capitol to consider legislation during the 2019 session that would limit outside campaign contributions.

Duration:00:00:54

San Antonio To Play Host To State Republican Convention

6/13/2018
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It’s being called the most popular state political convention in the U.S. Republican delegates from all over Texas will gather in San Antonio on Thursday for the state's Republican Party convention.

Duration:00:02:38

What Is The 'Racial Imagination' Of Rock 'N' Roll?

6/12/2018
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Since when did rock 'n' roll become "white"?

Duration:00:48:59

Women Veterans Honored At State Capitol

6/12/2018
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In honor of Women's Veterans Day on Tuesday, special events were held at the state Capitol. On June 12, 1948 , President Harry S. Truman signed the Women’s Armed Services Integration Act, which allowed women like World War II veteran Anna Gatti to become regular members of the military.

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