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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 […]

San Antonio Local and National News – January 22, 2019 On Monday, hundreds of thousands hit the streets to remember a man who had a dream. San Antonio is home to the largest march to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. About 300,000 people attended the MLK March that is […]

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 […]

San Antonio and National News – January 16, 2019 A private company runs the jail in the 200 block of Laredo Street for the federal government. A sign in front may say GEO Group but that’s not who owns the building. The county does. The county says the arrangement no longer makes financial sense. This […]

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 […]

Trump Government Shutdown Closes Texas Airport Terminal Airline passengers traveling on United Airlines, Air Canada, Mesa Airlines, ANA, ExpressJet, and Air New Zealand out of Houston’s George Bush Airport are among the first casualties in President Trump’s government shutdown after Transportation Safety Agency (TSA) officers didn’t show up Monday morning. Airport officials had to close […]

The City Council in Los Angeles is pondering renaming Los Angeles International Airport after President Barack Obama, the nation’s first African-American president. KROV wants to know, what will San Antonio name after the former president?   Historian David Brinkley recently predicted that President Obama will be one of the top “four or five most celebrated […]

A Study released by the Institute on Taxation and Economic Policy revealed “Who Pays: A Distributional Analysis of the Tax System in All 50 States and the District of Columbia,” and its assessment of tax fairness.  The study measured the effective state and local tax rates paid by all income groups and revealed that States […]

The final U.S. Senate debate between Texas Republican Incumbent Senator Ted Cruz and Congressman Beto O’Rourke took place last night in San Antonio at the KENS 5 studios.  O’Rourke, who is down in the polls, switched up his debate style laying into Cruz for his skepticism on climate change and his ability to provide results […]

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