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Mexican, Canadian Officials Reach Out To Texas Congressmen, Fearing NAFTA Withdrawl

1/23/2018
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Fear continues to grow among Mexican and Canadian officials as well among a large number of South Texas businesses regarding a possible U.S. withdrawal from North American Free Trade Agreement as negotiations continue.

Duration:00:01:26


Placido Domingo Set To Perform In San Antonio

1/23/2018
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Opera superstar Placido Domingo is in town this week, performing at the Lila Cockrell Theatre. And in the world of opera, it doesn’t get any bigger than this.

Duration:00:01:35


With State Sanctions Looming, San Antonio ISD Brings In Outside Charter To Run School

1/23/2018
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San Antonio Independent School District is contracting with a New York-based charter school organization to run one of its elementary schools next school year.

Duration:00:00:55


Study Finds 'Prolonged Exposure' Therapy Effective In Treating PTSD

1/23/2018
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Researchers with University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio co-authored a groundbreaking study on post-traumatic stress disorder published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association . The study found a common therapy proven effective for civilians, also works for service members with combat PTSD.

Duration:00:01:23


Will San Antonio's Decision To Not Bid On Amazon Deal Impact Future Development?

1/22/2018
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Two hundred and thirty eight communities bid with incentives packages for the next Amazon headquarters. San Antonio was not one of them. The city and county jointly sent a letter last October extolling San Antonio’s positives but passing on submitting a formal bid, saying “blindly giving away the farm” isn’t our style. The decision drew praise from some for its fiscal responsibility and criticism from others who think the community should be swinging at every pitch.

Duration:00:01:52


Non-profit Agency Looking To Solve San Antonio's West Side 'Bike Desert' Problem

1/22/2018
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The west side of San Antonio is a predominantly Hispanic, economically underserved, yet historically and culturally rich neighborhood. It’s also a bike desert.

Duration:00:04:55


Federal Judge Finds Texas Foster Care System Unconstitutional

1/19/2018
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A federal judge in Corpus Christi has ordered the state to make sweeping changes to its foster care system. The judge’s ruling comes two years after finding the state’s system to be unconstitutional.

Duration:00:00:39


300 Artists To Tell Story Of San Antonio Tricentennial

1/19/2018
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Tricentennial Commission officials announced Friday a plan to have local artists tell the history of San Antonio.

Duration:00:01:34


San Antonio Congressman Says Federal Spending Measure 'A Bad Bill For Texas'

1/19/2018
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A San Antonio congressman said the current spending measure before the U.S. Senate doesn’t do enough in terms of disaster relief, immigration reform or shoring up the federal government’s Children’s Health Insurance Program.

Duration:00:00:58


FRONTERAS: What Now For El Salvadorian Workers; Latina Conductor Strikes Chord

1/19/2018
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This week on Fronteras: Now that temporary protected status for people in the U.S. from El Salvador has ended, hear how workers in Houston are dealing with the uncertainty. Property taxes of adobe homes in Marfa skyrocket (3:50). Muslim Americans honor Martin Luther King Jr. with a day of service (7:59). A Latina conductor strikes a chord in Seattle (11:40). Mexican-American studies touch the lives of San Antonio students (16:49).

Duration:00:21:29


Moody Blues To Play 50th Anniversary Show At San Antonio's Majestic Theater

1/18/2018
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The British classic rock group Moody Blues is marking 50 years since the release of its first album with a concert Friday in San Antonio.

Duration:00:01:33


'The Dead March': The U.S. Mexico War, America's First War On Foreign Soil

1/18/2018
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The Mexican-American War is "substantially underrated," says historian Peter Guardino. After annexing Texas in 1845, the United States' pursuit of territorial expansion led a military campaign south to Mexico. The conflict, which began in 1846 and ended by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848, is also known under various other terms, including the "North American Intervention" – a more common distinction in Mexico.

Duration:00:49:00


City To Review Funding Agreement Process With Nonprofit Agencies

1/17/2018
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San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg wants the city to reconsider how it will make future deals to fund nonprofit agencies. At a City Council Governance Committee meeting Wednesday the city attorney and city auditor told council members it was looking at various proposed changes, including making city created nonprofits subject to review by the city’s Ethics Review Board. The suggestions come just a few months after the CEOs of two city created organizations — the Tricentennial Commission and...

Duration:00:00:47


Austin Baroque Orchestra Tackles Voltaire, Frederick At Mission Concepcion

1/17/2018
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The Austin Baroque Orchestra 's performance Sunday at Mission Concepcion is rooted in the history of two major figures of the era: Prussia's Frederick The Great and Enlightenment writer and philosopher Voltaire, said the orchestra's Billy Traylor.

Duration:00:01:34


Lawmakers Raise 'Red Flags' Over 117 DPS Layoffs

1/17/2018
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Officials with the Department of Public Safety face criticism from lawmakers over the state agency’s decision to lay off 117 state troopers. But the layoffs were part of the 4 percent budget cut mandated by the Legislature.

Duration:00:01:10


Mexican-American Literature Course Aims To Connect Students With Culture

1/17/2018
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Texas Public Radio has been following the path of Mexican-American studies in Texas public schools. Last week we visited a San Antonio high school that’s implementing a Mexican-American course as an elective.

Duration:00:04:24


Is San Antonio A 'Music-Friendly’ City?

1/16/2018
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San Antonio's music industry contributes an estimated $930 million to the local economy, according to a recent study mandated by the City of San Antonio.

Duration:00:47:47


Texas Gov. Unveils Plan To Reduce Property Taxes

1/16/2018
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Governor Greg Abbott plans to take another shot at reducing property tax rates after the state legislature rejected similar plans last session.

Duration:00:02:04


Bexar County In Top 5 For Tuberculosis Cases In Texas

1/15/2018
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Tuberculosis is responsible for more deaths than any other infectious disease worldwide, according to the American Society for Microbiology .

Duration:00:47:00


San Antonio March Continues Legacy Of Martin Luther King Jr.

1/15/2018
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Issues of civil rights continue to motivate San Antonians to march on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Thousands of people participated Monday, stretching the crowd across several blocks. They carried signs in support of issues ranging from immigration and women’s rights to racial justice and equality.

Duration:00:00:59

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