00 In the last three years, 33 U.S. states have passed laws aimed at helping dying people get easier access to experimental treatments that are still in the early stages…

00 There’s an area on San Antonio’s Northeast Side that’s considered one of the hottest home markets in the country. People are flocking to the 78247 zip code. It comes…

00 Texans were among the many millions who last night joined in the political equivalent of a football tailgater. They put on their favorite candidate t-shirts; grabbed drinks and plates…

00 Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are going head-to-head in the first presidential debate. You can listen live on Texas Public Radio, and follow along here as NPR’s politics team,…

00 When the Texas Highway Department was established in Texas in 1917 there were only about 200-thousand cars in Texas. And those drivers only had fewer than a thousand miles…

00 This week on Fronteras: · Texas threatens to leave the federal refugee resettlement program. Source: Texas Public Radio

00 Classical music, mariachi and good, old-fashioned exercise — the Weekend is here. Here are a few things to consider doing: First let’s go downtown to the Tobin Center for…

00 As the nation reacts to recent shootings of black men by police, San Antonio public officials and community members met Wednesday night to take the pulse of police relations…

00 Today is the first day of fall. That’s why a group called the Bipartisan Policy Center has chosen this day to launch a campaign preventing falls by the elderly.…

00 Forsyth, Georgia is what you would call a “Sundown Town.” Source: Texas Public Radio