'Girls Eye View' art exhibit captures lives of girls growing up on East Side

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Martinez Street Women’s Center's Girl Zone serves as a hub for young girls to escape for a dose of empowerment through art.

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Soaring to new heights at indoor skydiving facility

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iFLY, an indoor skydiving facility, provides guests an exhilarating adventure to remember.

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Mad Science "sparking imagination" through robotics

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Mad Science, a leading science enrichment program for kids, engages students in fun STEAM oriented hands-on science activities.

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San Antonio trial ends with Mexican Cartel boss found guilty

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Find out why the dirty laundry of the vicious Zeta Cartel in Mexico was displayed in a federal courthouse in San Antonio.

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KLRN to host Dinosaur George: Museum in the Classroom

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Dinosaur George's Museum in the Classroom is a self-guided exhibit that you can experience at your own pace.

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Dinosaur George: Museum in the Classroom at KLRN

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Museum in the Classroom is a self-guided exhibit that you can experience at your own pace.

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Groundbreaking research changing face of regenerative medicine

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The Biomedical Engineering program at The University of Texas in San Antonio is exploring the challenging space of organ transplants using a rare 3D printer.

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Find even more of your favorite PBS programs on Roku

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KLRN members can now access even more of their favorite PBS programs on Roku, thanks to an update over the weekend.

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New skyscraper will reshape San Antonio's skyline

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With 23 stories rising 400 feet, the new Frost Tower would be San Antonio’s sixth tallest building.

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Breakthrough software sought after by oil and gas industries

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SciTech Now meets Dr. Alan Morris, geoscientist at Southwest Research Institute for exclusive look at updated software used to detect probability of man-made earthquakes.

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Two local San Antonio artists take ordinary to extraordinary

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Looking for ways to beat the heat this summer? Tune in to ARTS this week to see how local artists are upping San Antonio’s cool factor.

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A glance into SA2020’s innovative data system

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SciTech Now met up with Molly Cox, CEO of SA2020 to discuss how their innovative data system- which was developed exclusively for their organization,

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A photographer steps in front of his own lens for the first time

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A photographer steps in front of his own lens for the first time, a humanitarian transforms weapons into sculpture, and other stories.

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KLRN receives $55,000 for next phase of Healthy Kids Project

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KLRN has received a $50,000 grant from the San Antonio Medical Foundation for phase three of The Healthy Kids Project.

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Inside the Best Buy Teen Tech Center on the West Side

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The Best Buy Teen Tech Center offers specialty camps for girls and workshops on graphic design, video and music.

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