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Eight Candidates are vying for the San Antonio City Council District 2 position that will be decided on Saturday, May 4th in the upcoming Municipal Election, however, a run-off is likely with eight people on the ballot. In one week, voters will begin deciding who they want to serve with the start of Early Voting […]

In Local News – Please join the Alamo City Black Chamber, Tuesday, February 26, 2019 5:30pm at St. Philip’s College Turbon Student’s Center for our Annual Black History Reception. This year’s reception will highlight the Alamo City’s Historians. The Alamo City Black Chamber of Commerce is the leading resource, advocate and access point for Black businesses, Blacks in […]

In Local News – The first ever Black Restaurant Week San Antonio (BRWSA) will be from 24 Feb-3 Mar 2019. The purpose of BRWSA is to put a spotlight on the amazing Black owned restaurants/food trucks, Black caterers and food related businesses in San Antonio. So come out and Kick off Black Restaurant Week San […]

In Local News – The Bonham Exchange recently announced details on the upcoming memorial for owner Kenneth Garrett, who died earlier this month.  The remembrance will take place Monday, February 25 at 11 a.m. inside the club. At 12:30 p.m., it will move to nearby Davis Park in the River Road area where Garrett lived.  Directions, parking […]

In Local News – Republican Gov. Greg Abbott is pushing a bill that would stop cities from forcing private employers to provide paid sick leave to workers. Cities such as Austin and San Antonio recently passed ordinances requiring private employers to provide paid sick leave. But a state appeals court found Austin’s policy unconstitutional in […]

In Local News – KROV and the City of San Antonio, invite you to attend an important meeting this evening – February 19 at 5pm at the downtown main San Antonio Library… Along with its partners and members of the community, the City of San Antonio is developing a Climate Action and Adaptation Plan (CAAP). […]

-sponsored by VIA Metropolitan Transit In Local News – VIA Metropolitan Transit is providing Park & Ride Service to all San Antonio Commanders home games for the 2019 season. Park & Ride Service to Commanders home games will be provided from the Crossroads Park & Ride (151 Crossroads Blvd.) and the Madla Transit Center (1584 Cantrell Drive). Service will begin […]

And on this day in 1867 – A school was founded by the name of Augusta Institute.  You know where it is? It’s in Atlanta, Georgia. It is now known as Morehouse College. And on this day in 1931 – Award winning author, Toni Morrison was born as Chloe Anthony Wofford in Lorain, Ohio. And […]

In Local News – Several San Antonio hospitals have volunteers with a very special job. All the volunteers have to be willing to do is cuddle with some newborns. Hospitals say they’re seeing more babies being born with serious medical illnesses, and just having someone to give hold them, cuddle them and give them some […]

In Local News – Republican Fred Rangel and Democrat Ray Lopez emerged Tuesday night from a crowded field of five candidates to become San Antonio’s new state representative, with Rangel leveraging consolidated GOP support for a strong first-place finish in a traditionally blue district. No candidate received a majority of the vote in the special […]


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