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With the advent of the Affordable Care Act, the nationwide number of uninsured Hispanics dropped 10 percentage points from 35 percent to about 25 percent, according to the Pew Research Center.

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Last week, Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler announced his support for regulating broadband access like a utility, some of the strongest regulations possible for the industry.

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Since the measles outbreak began in December, 121 people have been affected by the virus. The illness has continued to spread, reaching three new states--11 in all--not including Washington, D.C., as of this week.   

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San Antonio health officials say the outbreak of measles in California traced to Disneyland hasn't made its way to South Texas. At least not yet. 

Texas Public Radio’s Shelley Kofler talked with Dr. Thomas Schlenker, Director of Health for the San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, about concerns. Who is most at risk? Why aren't some children vaccinated? Read excerpts from the interview below.

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An event is fast approaching that has many art lovers excited. It's called "On and Off Fredericksburg Road Studio Tour." I spoke to Kellen McIntyre, who is the Executive Director of Bihl Haus Arts.

“It happens one time a year, the third weekend in February. Sixty-five artists at forty locations open their studios."

Unlike most of the year, people are allowed to come into each artists' studio. And when they pull back the curtain, you’re never quite sure what you’ll find.

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