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  • Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border
    Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border

    Mexican poppy growers fleeing drug violence are arriving at greater numbers at the border

    Mexican farmers, the lowest link in the heroin trafficking chain to the United States, are earning less and less from the opium they produce, leading them to make the journey across the border. This opium is linked to the opioid crisis and to thousands of deaths both in Mexico and the U.S.
    Isaias Alvarado
  • The Breakfast Club $10k Giveaway
    The Breakfast Club $10k Giveaway

    The Breakfast Club $10k Giveaway

    What would you do with $10,000?
  • One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control
    One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control

    One year after Nicaraguan uprising, Ortega is back in control

    When the political chaos forced my family and me to abandon Managua in June 2018, I felt fairly certain that Ortega’s days were numbered. In a democratic society, I might have been right.
    Benjamin Waddell
  • Putting the migrant caravan in perspective
    Putting the migrant caravan in perspective

    Putting the migrant caravan in perspective

    The caravan is not a middle finger to the United States or Donald Trump – it is a rational and logical decision to protect oneself and one’s family from greater risk.
    Eric L. Olson
  • Venezuelans break record for U.S. asylum petitions, but few are approved
    Venezuelans break record for U.S. asylum petitions, but few are approved

    Venezuelans break record for U.S. asylum petitions, but few are approved

    Venezuelans replaced Chinese at the top of the list of U.S. asylum requests in 2017. Applications hit 13,500 in 2018. The U.S. decision to give priority to petitions filed this year allowed former political prisoner Gustavo Sánchez to win asylum.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA
    J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA

    J Balvin brings his buena vibra to SA

    Colombian reggaeton artist J Balvin performs to a -Sold Out- crowd in the Alamo City
  • Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?
    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is way up, so what does the data reveal?

    Early voting is well underway in 38 states, and political campaigns and election watchers are monitoring daily updates of how many people have voted, where, and what age and race are they?
    David C Adams
  • 98.5 The Beat kicks off Fiesta at the 101st Oyster Bake
    98.5 The Beat kicks off Fiesta at the 101st Oyster Bake

    98.5 The Beat kicks off Fiesta at the 101st Oyster Bake

    Thousands of people kicked off fiesta with the number one hip hop radio station in San Antonio
  • Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"
    Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"

    Journalist attacked by Venezuelan military: "That beating changed my life and my family's life"

    Journalist Elyangélica González was brutally beaten by Venezuelan soldiers one year ago. The attack was caught on video and she was forced to flee to the United States where she is telling her story for the first time.
    Tamoa Calzadilla
  • "My son was born with the congenital disorder Sturge-Weber, now we try to give him what the genetics denied him"
    "My son was born with the congenital disorder Sturge-Weber, now we try to give him what the genetics denied him"

    "My son was born with the congenital disorder Sturge-Weber, now we try to give him what the genetics denied him"

    This is the story of Carolina and her son Alejandro, who was born with just 25 weeks and a rare anomaly that affects the blood vessels of the brain and causes seizures, glaucoma and other health problems. His own mother explains, in first person, what it is and what are the challenges they have had to face, now that he is turning 5 years old.
    Carolina Ledezma
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