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TxDOT Nixes I-35 Toll Road Plan Following Pressure From State Leaders

12/14/2017
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Plans to add toll lanes to sections of Austin and Dallas roadways have been scrapped. The Texas Transportation Commission removed the two projects, following intense pressure from state leaders.

Duration: 00:01:06


Brooke Army Medical Center Takes Action To End Shortage Of Sterile Equipment

12/13/2017
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This past spring, commanders at the Army health system's flagship Brooke Army Medical Center shut down operating rooms and curtailed elective surgeries due to a shortage of sterile equipment. They've since taken steps to fix the problem.

Duration: 00:00:53


Louisiana To Study Interstate Water Sales To Parched Texas Communities

12/13/2017
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Many drought-stricken Texas cities have long searched for alternative sources of water, including asking neighboring states for help. Now Louisiana has approved a measure to begin studying that very idea.

Duration: 00:02:43


Christmas Posada At Pearl: A New Take On An Old Tradition

12/13/2017
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One of the city's newest developments, the Pearl, is teaming with the city's oldest, the Missions, for a new twist on a Christmas posada.

Duration: 00:01:35


Three Months In, New UTSA President Lays Out Vision For Downtown Campus

12/13/2017
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As students at The University of Texas at San Antonio cram for finals week, Taylor Eighmy is preparing for a test of his own: the launch of a major initiative to expand the university’s downtown campus

Duration: 00:03:58


Employee Visions Come To Life During USAA Showcase

12/13/2017
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Shawnta Swindell didn't want to miss the United Services Automobile Association's annual Innovation Day. Her employer hosts these daylong celebrations of employee-driven innovation projects at all their financial service centers. But Tuesday’s event at USAA’s San Antonio headquarters was a problem for Swindell because the research and development employee works remotely, so from New York City she broke out her robot here.

Duration: 00:02:04


What Can Be Done To Curb Teen Birth Rates In Bexar County?

12/13/2017
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Texas has the fifth highest teen birth rate in the country and ranks first for repeat teen pregnancies.

Duration: 00:47:09


Dream Song Tower: 'A Beacon Of Hope' On South Side

12/12/2017
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The first thing you notice about Interstate 35 at South Zaramora is the incessant din of traffic. This is a place designed only for cars and trucks. No trees, no sidewalks, nothing on the human scale. But now a twisted, vaguely tepee-shaped piece of art has added a very human touch.

Duration: 00:04:41


Texas Zika Researchers Studying Infected Primates To Help Prevent Birth Defects

12/11/2017
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Scientists at Texas BioMedical Research Institute in San Antonio are using a type of primate to help prevent birth defects caused by the Zika virus.

Duration: 00:09:55


San Antonio Chamber Choir 'Gets Jazzy' For Holidays

12/11/2017
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The San Antonio Chamber Choir's Christmas concert is taking a decidedly different tack this season. The choir’s artistic director Rick Bjella said this year the holiday music will have a very "jazzy" twist.

Duration: 00:01:35


‘Back In The Saddle Again’: Former Land Commissioner Files Candidacy To Win Back Old Job

12/11/2017
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Monday was the last day anyone could file their candidacy in a statewide primary election. And one of those candidates making a last minute filing is former Land Commissioner Jerry Patterson.

Duration: 00:01:34


390,000 Children Could Lose Health Care If Texas Runs Out Of Funding In 2018

12/10/2017
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Families on the Children's Health Insurance program, known as CHIP, are at risk of losing health coverage after Congress missed the deadline to renew funding on September 30.

Duration: 00:48:21


From Cantinas To Classrooms: Mariachi Music A 'Sanctuary' For Students

12/8/2017
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If you’ve ever eaten at a Mexican restaurant or attended a Mexican wedding — or other celebratory occasion — you’ve probably encountered a band of mariachis. Now, mariachi music has expanded beyond the usual haunts. Mariachi programs have blossomed in schools nationwide in the last couple of decades.

Duration: 00:03:42


Bunker Labs Launches San Antonio Chapter

12/8/2017
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A non-profit for military entrepreneurs celebrated the launch of its San Antonio chapter Friday.

Duration: 00:01:31


Experts Say Sexual Harassment Reporting Should Remain Anonymous

12/8/2017
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More anonymous female staffers at the state Capitol have come forward to say they have been sexually harassed and groped by male lawmakers. Advocates say it’s important that these women be allowed to remain anonymous while reporting sexual misconduct at the Capitol.

Duration: 00:01:00


San Antonio Housing Authority Closes Book On Mirasol Homes

12/8/2017
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The San Antonio Housing Authority cut the ribbon Friday on what it is billing as the largest reconstruction effort on the city's west side in a decade. SAHA opened five single family homes starting in price around $125,000 and boasting dozens of energy efficient features, including Energy Star-rated appliances, green building materials, and sealed ventilation systems.

Duration: 00:01:42


Texas Matters: Issues Of Equity After Hurricane Harvey

12/8/2017
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Hurricane Harvey isn't the first major storm to hit Texas and it won’t be the last. So what can we learn from looking at how past disasters were handled to do a better job of making sure that the vulnerable get the help they need? We spoke with Steve Kroll-Smith, a professor of sociology at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro and author of two books looking at Hurricane Katrina’s recovery, about this recovery, and then TPR contributor Yvette Benavides reflects on the holiday...

Duration: 00:28:59


FRONTERAS: Border Agents Sickened By Sewage, Lupe Valdez Runs For Governor, Mariachi Students

12/8/2017
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This week on Fronteras: In California, Border Patrol agents are getting sick from sewage spills in the Tijuana River. A language barrier often exists between patients and their doctors (7.02). A high profile Hispanic throws her hat into the ring for Texas Governor (12.57). Mariachi music makes its way out of the cantinas into the classrooms (17.27).

Duration: 00:21:31


Jazz, Choral Music & Worldwide Holidays: Your Weekend Is Here!

12/8/2017
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From a Jazz concert to a stirring choral performance to an around-the-world holiday, San Antonio’s weekend is packed with fun. And starting in downtown San Antonio, is the place to be, Arts San Antonio's Jason Irle said.

Duration: 00:01:34


HUD: Homeless Population On Rise In Texas

12/7/2017
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On a single night in January, 23,548 people were experiencing homelessness in Texas, a 1.8 percent increase over last year, according to the latest national estimate by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

Duration: 00:01:21

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