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Cowboy Breakfast Kicks Off Rodeo Season In San Antonio With Free Tacos

1/23/2020
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One day in 1979, a traffic reporter spotted smoke coming from the parking lot of Central Park Mall. But instead of finding fire, the reporter found something else: free tacos.

Duration:00:00:39

San Antonio Gathers At Vigil To Remember Victims Of River Walk Bar Shooting

1/22/2020
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Dozens of people turned out Wednesday night for a vigil at Ventura, a bar and music venue where two people were shot and killed and five others wounded on Sunday.

Duration:00:01:11

San Antonio Launches Mexican American Civil Rights Institute To Help Archive History

1/22/2020
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An archive of the history of Mexican American civil rights is coming to Our Lady of the Lake University on San Antonio’s West Side.

Duration:00:00:45

Students Practice Citizenship As They Beautify A Spot Of San Antonio

1/21/2020
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You’ve heard of the state’s anti litter campaign called Adopt-A-Highway. San Antonio now has its own campaign, called Adopt-A-Spot.

Duration:00:02:58

The History And Impact Of San Antonio's Often Overlooked 'West Side Sound'

1/21/2020
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Despite little national popularity, the genre of music known as the "West Side Sound" was a distinctly San Antonio and South-Central Texas cultural phenomenon. Sweet, soulful sounds distilled from intercultural mash-ups in the 50s, 60s and 70s blended seemingly disparate genres such as rhythm and blues, early rock, conjunto, country, swamp pop, and more.

Duration:00:49:04

Indigenous Night Offers A Moment To Heal Wounds And Celebrate Cultures

1/20/2020
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The Washington Redskins. The Atlanta Braves. The Kansas City Chiefs. Chief Wahoo -- the now-retired cartoonish mascot of the Cleveland Indians. Professional sports have often used offensive Native American terms or imagery for their team names or mascots . The NBA made an important step to amend those wrongs with an event this weekend in San Antonio. The San Antonio Spurs hosted Indigenous Night Sunday. It paid homage to San Antonio’s indigenous cultures and native people from around the...

Duration:00:05:00

'Stolen Education' — Elementary Students Challenged Discrimination In Texas Schools In 1950s

1/20/2020
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A largely-forgotten court case about race discrimination in Texas schools is brought to life in a documentary. It’s been a personal journey for the film’s executive producer.

Duration:00:02:02

During Border Visit, Joaquin Castro And Other Lawmakers Push For Families To Be Allowed Into U.S.

1/18/2020
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Seventeen Democatic members of Congress arrived on the U.S. side of the Gateway International Bridge in Brownsville, Texas on Friday morning. The Congressional Hispanic Caucus organized the delegation and invited other members of Congress to attend.

Duration:00:00:47

Texas Matters: Voter Registration Woes, Refugees Banned And Bloomberg

1/17/2020
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Texas residents have until Feb. 3 to register to to vote in the “Super Tuesday” March primaries. But they have to do it in person. However, the League of Women Voters of Texas is looking to eventually change that. The non-partisan, pro-democracy organization filed a federal lawsuit on Wednesday claiming that Texas violated the National Voter Registration Act by not providing voter registration with online driver’s license applications. Grace Chimene is the president of the League of Women...

Duration:00:29:13

Are Coding Schools Regulated In Texas? It Depends.

1/17/2020
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In December a post on LinkedIn celebrated the forthcoming launch of a coding program called Codebound, a partnership between San Antonio’s University of the Incarnate Word and local software studio Appddiction.

Duration:00:06:26

The Symphony, Pink Floyd And A Cave Concert: Your Weekend Is Here

1/17/2020
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This weekend you can enjoy a pops concert that's like a bouquet of different Broadway hits. You can take a musical tour of the dark side of the moon. Then you can experience violin and piano in a cave, with bats overhead. The Weekend is here, and there’s plenty to do.

Duration:00:03:33

Fronteras: Queer Texas History — Young San Antonio Historian Uncovers A Hidden Past

1/17/2020
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The story of the LGBTQ community in the early 20th century is buried deep in Texas history. A first-generation college student and young historian explored these lesser-known past events and early advocates and published his findings in the scholarly article, “ Recovering Queer History in Texas: Female Impersonators, Public Opinion, and Policy Responses in the Early Twentieth Century .”

Duration:00:21:47

Gracie Awards Submission For Reporter/Correspondent: Carson Frame

1/16/2020
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Carson Frame’s enterprise reporting on military and veterans issues highlights how women are reshaping the culture of service and holding a traditionally male leadership structure more accountable.

Duration:00:14:59

Gracie Awards Submission for Crisis Coverage: El Paso

1/16/2020
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On the morning of Saturday, August 3, 2019, a man who’d driven 600 miles from a Dallas suburb to the Texas/Mexico border pulled out an AK47 and began firing at a Walmart in El Paso. What resulted was the nation’s worst death toll from a mass shooting in 2019 – and the deadliest attack on Latinos in modern American history. Twenty-two people lost their lives. Another two dozen were injured.

Duration:00:15:00

Genene Jones, Texas Nurse Accused Of Killing Children, Agrees To Life Sentence

1/16/2020
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A State District Court judge approved a plea deal Thursday morning for a former nurse accused of killing five San Antonio children in the 1980s.

Duration:00:00:41

Selena Photos Showcased In New McNay Installation: 'A Full-Fledged Star'

1/15/2020
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In 1992, a young Texan singer caught the attention of a now-defunct, New York-based publication, Mas Magazine . They asked San Antonio photographer John Dyer to shoot a cover and spread of the performer.

Duration:00:04:54

There's A New Long-Term Plan For The Future Of Downtown San Antonio

1/15/2020
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In December, City Council approved a redesign project of 6.4 square-miles from Alazan Creek to Cherry Street and Interstate 35 to the Missions National Historic Park. The Downtown Area Regional Center Plan will focus on residential, retail, and green spaces.

Duration:00:49:44

This Flu Season Is Hitting Children Hardest

1/15/2020
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This flu season has turned out to be a tough one for children. There have been twice as many pediatric flu deaths so far this season than at the same time last year. Eight of those have been in Texas .

Duration:00:00:42

San Antonio’s 2nd Largest School District Eliminates Class Rank For Most Future Students

1/15/2020
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Trustees for San Antonio’s North East Independent School District voted Monday to stop recording the class rank of high school students who fall below the top 10% of their class.

Duration:00:00:38

Eating Disorders Don't Discriminate

1/14/2020
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Bulimia, anorexia and other eating disorders are often perceived to be a white cultural experience affecting mostly young cisgender women. How can we better understand the reality of eating disorders in our community?

Duration:00:49:58