Jack Morgan

A new Art Exhibit opened downtown, but unlike most, you really don’t need to see it to appreciate it. It's presented at VIA Transit headquarters in the beautiful old International and Great Northern Railroad Station on the near west side. When I got there, a pair of curious kids wandered around through that art installation, one that takes up most of the first floor.  Ava Valdez was blindfolded and brother Noah led her through the exhibit called The Color Of Blind. I tagged along.

“Is this the part where there’s the face?” she said.

City of San Antonio

Job seekers interested in working for the City of San Antonio can get some help from employment workshops being put on by the Human Resources Department.

The first one is taking place Wednesday, July 29, from 6 to 7 p.m. at the Claude Black Community Center at 2805 East Commerce.

Session 1 is: Skills for your job search.

Ryan E. Poppe

  Owners of deer breeding ranches throughout the Hill Country are now worried about how the disease may affect their $2 billion industry.

  Near Junction, a two-hour drive northwest of San Antonio is the Perfect 10 Whitetail Deer Ranch.  It’s a high-fenced facility that uses genetics to breed big bucks with giant antlers.  They’re sold to the hunting business for up to $30,000 a deer

KUT Public Radio

More than 2,000 undocumented women and children being held in "deplorable" conditions at federal immigration detention centers are supposed to be released under a recent federal judge's order. But how long that takes and what happens to them next remains unclear, attorneys say.

Tim Lloyd grew up north of Kansas City and holds a masters degree in journalism from the University of Missouri, Columbia. Prior to joining St. Louis Public Radio, he launched digital reporting efforts for Harvest Public Media, a Corporation for Public Broadcasting funded collaboration between Midwestern NPR member stations that focuses on agriculture and food issues.  His stories have aired on a variety of stations and shows including Morning Edition, ​Marketplace, KCUR, KPR, IPR, NET, WFIU.  He won regional Edward R Murrow Awards in 2013 for Writing, Hard News and was part of the reporting team that won for Continuing Coverage.

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