On The Record special broadcast: U.S. House District 21 Debate

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This week, On The Record will broadcast a live debate involving candidates running for the U.S. House District 21 seat.

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Controversial charter amendment propositions

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Both sides explain to host Jim Forsyth why they feel their position is the one voters need to hear.

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Flourine studies lead to new discovery for pharmaceuticals

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A major discovery at a UTSA lab regarding fluorine and how other molecules bond with it could revolutionize pharmaceuticals and more.

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Alamo Plaza, Alamo Master Plan, and 2019 Texas Legislature

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The Alamo Master Plan is closer to reality this week as Mayor Ron Nirenberg and Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush signed the land-lease for Alamo Plaza.

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EPIcenter teams up with startup to combat dangerous drones

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What happens when drones fall into the wrong hands and become dangerous?

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Charter amendment petition drive, and climate change

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Hear from San Antonio Express-News reporter Josh Baugh and columnist Brian Chasnoff, and the city's Chief Sustainability Officer Douglas Melnick.

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Breakthrough study shows plants in nature can help oral cancer

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Oral cancer can be aggressive and deadly, but there is hope.

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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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A weekly dose of arts!

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It is fun to explore art in all of it's many forms.

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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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