Challenges of adult illiteracy, and the city budget

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Hear from Bexar County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Editor-in-Chief of the San Antonio Current Greg Jefferson, and Rivard Report environmental reporter Brendan Gibbons.

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New mastectomy surgery will leave minimal scars

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A breakthrough medical technology will lend new hope to breast-cancer patients.

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month from September 15 through October 15 with KLRN and KLRN World by tuning in to our line up of special programming.

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Chamber's role in local business, and the Alamo Master Plan

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Hear from Ramiro Cavazos, president of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Conservation Society President Susan Beavin, and reporter Alia Malik.

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Researchers designing robots to keep work environments safe

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You’ve heard of robots, and even artificial intelligence, but have you heard of Co-bots?

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Research in stuttering patients can lead to breakthrough in Alzheimer's

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Cutting edge research into brain activity patterns that affect stuttering could lead to breakthroughs in optimizing brain functions for a wide variety of people, including Alzheimer’s patients.

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Charter amendments, and a fair-housing lawsuit against Facebook

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Hear from District 4 City Councilman Rey Saldaña, and The Rivard Report environmental reporter Brendan Gibbons, and San Antonio Current reporter Sanford Nowlin.

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Alamo Plaza's master plan, and U.S./Mexico trade agreement

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Hear from Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, San Antonio Express-News reporter Scott Huddleston, and San Antonio Business Journal reporter Sergio Chapa.

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Charter amendments, affordable housing, and local political parties

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Hear from Mayor Ron Nirenberg and District 8 Councilman Manny Pelaez, and San Antonio Express-News columnist Brian Chasnoff.

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Transportation, mandatory sick leave, and proposed charter amendments

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Hear from Bexar County Commissioner and Chair of the Metropolitan Planning Organization Kevin Wolff, and local journalists Gilbert Garcia and Greg Jefferson.

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How to do a double re-scan if you are having reception issues

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If you watch KLRN over-the-air and are having problems receiving our signal, the first thing you should try is a double re-scan.

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Downtown San Antonio revival, Alamo master plan, City Hall renovations

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San Antonio's downtown is buzzing with activity from business growth to the constant conversation about scooters.

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Two local artists sponsored for Berlin Residency

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Blue Star Contemporary in San Antonio sponsors four artists per year for a three-month residency in Berlin.

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San Antonio's EPA designation, and the sudden influx of dockless scooters

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What the EPA's recent "non-attainment" status for air quality in San Antonio could mean to the region.

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Local man went from homelessness to successful artist

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He used to live on the street but now shows his artwork in galleries and has sold several paintings.

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