Housing market, property taxes and gentrification in San Antonio

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Hear from County Commissioner Tommy Calvert, Board of Realtors Chairwoman Lorena Peña and reporters Greg Jefferson and Richard Webner.

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Local discovery may improve therapies for pancreatic cancer

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A discovery at UT Health San Antonio may change pancreatic cancer therapy programs.

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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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Fire contract lawsuit, and the State of the City

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Hear from District 6 City Councilman Greg Brockhouse, District 3 City Councilwoman Rebecca Viagran, and reporters Brian Chasnoff and Scott Bailey.

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Juno spacecraft finds new discoveries on Jupiter

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Juno finds that Jupiter's orange and white bands extend thousands of miles into the gas giant’s atmosphere.

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New reserach may affect Alzheimer's drug development

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UTSA researchers have published a study suggesting that sticky plaques causing Alzheimer's may be more complicated than previously believed.

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Final Four's economic impact on San Antonio, and the state of downtown

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Hear from President and CEO of the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Richard Perez, and reporters Iris Dimmick, Scott Huddleston and Scott Bailey.

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On The Record premieres with guest, Mayor Ron Nirenberg

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Join us for the premiere of a new public affairs program, On The Record, hosted by Jim Forsyth.

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Construction company uses drones on job sites across Texas

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Bartlett Cocke General Contractors, a San Antonio-based construction firm, is using an internal drone program.

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Plugging into the future: study helps S.A. transition to electric cars

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A new study includes first-of-its-kind policy analysis of best practices that will help San Antonio transition to electric vehicles as smooth as possible.

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S.A. Tricentennial exhibit will feature over 300 local artists

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Six downtown artist-centric organizations will partner to present an exhibition that will illuminate 300 years of San Antonio’s history.

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Research Institute develops plasma-sourced technology

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Environmentally friendly technology applies coatings to materials and products to improve surface energy and durability.

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S.A. city and cultural leaders take stance on climate change

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San Antonio city and cultural leaders are taking a progressive stance to address the issue on climate change.

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Sam Houston students inspired by work and life of Lorraine Hansberry

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The Renaissance Guild of San Antonio facilitated a three-day writing workshop for students at Sam Houston High School.

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Private collectors loan African art to McNay for new exhibit

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The McNay Museum presents Something to Say, a collection of African art, owned by pioneering collectors Harriet and Harmon Kelley.

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