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courtesy of Richard Zamora

Migrant Workers tend to be the nameless, obscure people who pick our fruits and vegetables. Now though, a program has been created to put some of them right in front of you.  That program is called 'Stories from Migrant Workers,' and it comes to us from the Institute of Texan Cultures. Unlike most things from a museum, it’s not a static exhibit, but living, breathing people. I spoke to the ITC's Greg Garret.

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Hospitals are the gatekeepers of screening process, and with the gaffes made in Dallas, many are questioning whether or not the U.S. is taking Ebola seriously.

San Antonio is confident they will be able to handle an Ebola threat. According to San Antonio Metropolitan Health District, they have been meeting for more than a month about how to deal with any instances of the deadly disease.  

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  • Dr. Anil Mangla, assistant director of San Antonio Metropolitan Health District
KLRN

  The Alamo Public Telecommunications Council announced Monday that is has selected San Antonio businessman Arthur Rojas Emerson to lead KLRN, San Antonio's public television organization.

Emerson has a long history with broadcast media, including building and opening Telemundo in San Antonio and managing the network’s stations across Texas. He also worked at KENS-TV and has been associated with KLRN for many years, working both on camera and behind the scenes as a volunteer and board member.

Eileen Pace

  The nation’s top U.S. trade official came to San Antonio Monday to press for the president’s trade agenda.

U.S. Trade Representative Michael Froman said the Trans-Pacific Partnership (Asia) and the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (European Union) could increase the already record-breaking numbers in products coming from Texas.

The trade ambassador highlighted Texas exports that he said have the ability to unlock opportunities across America.

A San Antonio attorney for a pair of same-sex couples that have the sued the State of Texas over its statutes concerning gay-marriage has asked the US  Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals to hear their case next month, citing concern for one his clients who is pregnant.  

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