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And in local news: Many homeless people in San Antonio are overwhelmed by the transition from homelessness to self-sufficiency, which is why Last Chance Ministries is creating a community of tiny transitional houses, ensuring success for those who truly want it. To some people, the 10- by 12-foot house doesn’t look like much, but to a […]

Proposed Route Changes VIA to Host Public Hearings for Proposed Route Changes Innovative mobility-on-demand service on list of transportation enhancements SAN ANTONIO (Jan. 23, 2019) – VIA Metropolitan Transit will host four public hearings to seek the community’s input regarding service improvements proposed for implementation on May 6, 2019. The hearings will be held on […]

Semi-Trucks and the Finesilver Curve The Finesilver Curve at  Interstate 35  and Interstate 10  is in desperate need of safety improvements according to The Texas Department of Transportation  after last week’s 18 wheeler roll over. According to TxDOT there is an average of at least one semi-truck/trailer accident at this location each month. TxDOT states officials will be […]

MLK List of Events Listed below are a few of the events scheduled for Sunday January 20th and Monday January 21st.  For a detail list of events, please click on the link below to open the Calendar of Events. The San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission and KROV-FM invite the community to the following […]

San Antonio and National News – January 17, 2019 The San Antonio City Council named Deputy City Manager Erik Walsh as the finalist for the city manager position on Wednesday night. The position became vacant when Sheryl Sculley announced in late November that she plans to retire after 13 years with the city. “Erik has advanced from budget […]

USAA donates $15 million dollars USAA has teamed up with the Coast Guard Mutual Assistance to help Coast Guard service members facing financial hardships due to the government shutdown now in day 26. Beginning January 16th any Coast Guard service member may apply for a loan up to $750 with no dependents or $1000 with […]

San Antonio News – January 15, 2019 On January 19, 1987 the Commission and the City of San Antonio held its first official Martin Luther King, Jr. March. Each year, a variety of educational, inspirational and celebratory events honor one of the nation’s most revered civil rights leaders.  The signature event, the annual Martin Luther […]

Methodist Healthcare Ministries celebrated the relocation and expansion of the Dixon Health & Wellness Center located at 4212 E. Southcross with a grand opening and dedication ceremony today. Community leaders including Bexar County Commissioner Precinct 4 Tommy Calvert advocated for the new 10 million dollar facility that replaced the defunct Southeast Baptist Hospital which had […]

Voters elected political newcomer Pete Flores to the Texas Senate on Tuesday, changing a Democratic district to Republican for the first time in 139 years. Flores defeated former state and U.S. Representative Pete Gallego for the District 19 Texas State Senate seat. Flores had support from some of the state’s most prominent politicians, including Gov. […]

Child custody laws and the lack of enforcement are issues gaining momentum in the Lone Star State as it is reported that law enforcement fails to take action when called upon to assist while interfering is considered a state felony punishable by up to two years in prison. Under Texas Penal Code 25.03, “interference with […]

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