A growing city needs growing, and varied, news coverage

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Such programming will require excellent station leadership and strong community support, Rick Casey says.

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Scholar discusses removal of Travis Park statue, Lee HS name change

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With the removal of the Civil War memorial statue in Travis Park and the decision to change the name of Robert E. Lee High School, Carey Latimore, chairman of Trinity University’s history department, joins Rick Casey to talk about this and and related issues.

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A note from KLRN President and CEO Arthur Emerson

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It was with considerable soul-searching and regret that we bring an end to our weekly program Texas Week with Rick Casey.

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Rick Casey reflects on Lamar Smith’s latest climate change comments

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As Houston residents clean up after Hurricane Harvey, some says there’s a sunny side to floods.

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A local Dreamer's thoughts on DACA

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This week, President Trump fulfilled a campaign promise with an announcement about the end of DACA.

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How commedian Dick Gregory helped keep a city from burning

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In 1968, after Martin Luther King was assassinated. a hundred American cities erupted in unrest.

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How San Antonio prepares for storms like Hurricane Harvey

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Early projection maps of Hurricane Harvey showed the megastorm heading straight for San Antonio.

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The time commedian Dick Gregory rocked San Antonio

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Comedian and activist Dick Gregory died last week — just months before the 50th anniversary of a speech he gave at St. Mary’s University.

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San Antonio's City Council introduces new concept: equity lens

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San Antonio’s City Council is in the midst of setting next year’s budget, with a general fund of more than $1 billion.

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Abbott and Patrick's special session fails to curb power of cities

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Recent special legislative session considered items designed to reduce the power of city governments.

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San Antonio has its own Confederate monument controversy

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A controversy over Confederate monuments was already underway in San Antonio before last week’s tragedy in Charlottesville.

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Instead of removing Confederate monument, here's an option

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How about inscribing the declaration to secede onto a monument that enriches Travis Park’s salute to history?

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Bexar County establishes task force to address maternal death rate

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Texas has been in the national news lately. Not for its economic miracle, but for the fact that its maternal death rate has nearly doubled since 2010.

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We should be scared about what's going on in Department of Energy

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Why we should be scared about what's going on in the Department of Energy and with its leader - Rick Perry.

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UT professor discusses what lures migrants to brave the path to the U.S.

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Much has been said in the wake of this week’s terrible tragedy, the deaths of immigrants locked in an unair-conditioned truck.

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