Hurricane-penetrating microsatellites built in S.A. used by NASA

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It’s called the Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System, or CYGNSS for short, and this constellation of microsatellites is able to pierce thick clouds and rain.

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Kim Jefferies | Brighton Center

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Through early intervention and family support services, Brighton Center helps ensure that children with disabilities and developmental delays reach their full potential.

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SeaWorld's Turtle Reef Aquarium keeps fresh using nature

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Sea World turtles have a state-of-the-art tank and filtration system, using nature at its best to keep the water fresh and balanced.

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Councilman explains why he doesn't support Climate Action Plan

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District 10 Councilman Clayton Perry reveals why he isn't on board with the city's recently proposed Climate Action and Adaptation Plan.

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New VR game lets you experience wheelchair basketball

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Take a virtual peek into what kids in wheelchairs see as they try to make baskets on what looks like the San Antonio Spurs home basketball court.

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month with KLRN by tuning in to our line up of special programming.

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Remembering former Mayor Lila Cockrell

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We recall the legacy of former Mayor Lila Cockrell as we talk with her close friend former Mayor Henry Cisneros.

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Jenna Saucedo-Herrera | San Antonio Economic Development Foundation

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San Antonio is committed to helping to connect industry needs to our homegrown workforce. Learn about the why and the how.

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Homeowners could soon generate their own electricity

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This week on SciTech Now, we examine super-small energy generators for homes, and we talk with The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) researchers behind it all.

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Texas transportation chair discusses toll roads and other looming issues

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What will it be like to drive on Texas roads over the next 15-plus years? Will there be more toll roads?

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VIA Metro premieres digital kiosks around San Antonio

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VIA Metropolitan Transit is rolling out smart kiosks, called IKE, which stands for Interactive Kiosk Experience.

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Jeanne Russell | Cast Schools

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Schools that are making history for San Antonio's Future

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Texas leaders discuss preventing another shooting like that in El Paso

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In wake of the devastating mass shooting in El Paso last week, local and state leaders have voiced their thoughts on how to prevent another tragedy like this.

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Students and architects give Mission Concepcion new cooling system

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On this edition of SciTech Now, we take a look at how 21st Century technology meets 18th Century building techniques.

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Ron Nirenberg address negative reactions to climate action plan

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The mayor reveals why he disagrees with critics, and explains why he feels San Antonio residents want to see the plan put into place.

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