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Listen to KONO 101.1 every Sunday from 6am to 7am to hear the KONO Public Affairs shows. Get more information out about community issues, charity events, financial advice, and so much more. Brought to you by the station that cares about our community...KONO 101.1.

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  • 8-28-2016 Habitat for Humanity

    Stephanie Wiese of Habitat for Humanity talks about providing affordable housing in San Antonio for 40 years. Araceli Garcia talks about growing up in a Habitat house, the stability it provided her family and how it helped her excel in school.

  • 8-21-2016 CPS Energy: Save Money, Save Energy

    Albert Cantu of CPS Energy talks about a record demand for power this month and ways to make sure you don't get a record utility bill. He provides tips on making your house more energy efficient.

  • 8-21-2016 The Rather Prize

    Martin Rather and Dan Rather invite anyone with a connection to a school to submit a suggestion for improving education in Texas. The Rather Prize awards $10,000 to the winning idea with another $10,000 to implement it.

  • 8-14-2016 Making San Antonio safer with Vision Zero

    April Luna and Rebecca Pacini of the City of San Antonio's Transportation & Capital Improvements talk about Vision Zero, an initiative to make the streets safer for drivers, bicyclists, pedestrians and all other users.

  • 8-7-2016 Respite Care of San Antonio

    Respite Care President and CEO Bert Pfiester talks about the loving, caring environment for special needs children at Respite Care. He also talks about the great need for people to become foster parents for these children.

  • 7-31-2016 Wreaths Across America

    Judy Carlile works year-round on Wreaths Across America, an undertaking to put a wreath on every servicemember's headstone at the Fort Sam Houston National Cemetery in December. She tells how the effort began and is spreading across America

  • 7-24-2016 Recycling and the New Green Bins

    Tiffany Edmonds of the City's Solid Waste management Department updates us on recycling in San Antonio. What goes in the blue recycling bins and what needs to stay out of them. She also explains the new green bins and what to do with them.

  • 7-17-2016 SA Film Festival

    Adam Rocha talks about the SA Film Festival, which is now in its 22nd year. He invites everyone to the free or low-cost screenings of a variety of films, starting July 25

  • 7-10-2016 Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center

    Elena Terrill and DeAnna Curcio of the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center explain the free service that is offered to help people resolve a variety of disputes. They also talk about Amigos in Mediation, a program in local schools

  • 7-3-2016 Premier High School

    Meet Mary Beggs, senior lead teacher at Premier High School. She talks about the charter school and its mission of preventing students from dropping out. They also help others students accelerate their time in high school

  • 6-26-2016 Learn to Swim at the YMCA

    Stephanie Jerger and Veronica Rizo of the YMCA talk about what's going on at the YMCA branches in San Antonio. They are offering swimming lessons, summer camp and working on the next Siclovia, to promote healthy living

  • 6-19-2016 Centro Cultural Aztlan's 1st Decade at Deco

    Centro Cultural Aztlan Executive Director Malena Gonzalez-Cid invites everyone to a celebration of their 1st Decade at Deco on Saturday, June 25. She tells how Centro has been promoting and celebrating local artists for nearly 4 decades

  • 6-5-2016 The Legacy that is Santikos Entertainment

    Santikos Entertainment CEO David Holmes explains the profound and lasting legacy of John Santikos, who bequeathed his massive estate as a social enterprise to benefit our community.

  • 5-29-2016 San Antonio Christian Hope Resource Center

    San Antonio Christian Hope Resource Center Executive Director Megan Legacy talks about how the Center has altered its mission to empower people to become self-sustaining, rather than totally reliant on assistance programs

  • 5-22-2016 Jim "The Rookie" Morris and Overcoming Obstacles

    "The Rookie" Jim Morris, one of MLBs oldest rookies, tells about overcoming obstacles in life, including dealing with Parkinson's disease. Treatment with electronic brain stimulation has changed his life. Michael Perez of Medtronic talks about EBS

  • 5-22-2016 WBEA EXPO IN HOUSTON

    Suzi Hanks interviews Women's Business Enterprise Alliance president April Day and Debbie Drury of Market Doctors about the upcoming WBEA Expo in Houston and how collaboration among business owners leads to greater things

  • 5-15-2016 Zika Virus

    Dr. Patrick Ramsey of the UT Health Science Center talks about the Zika virus and the danger that it poses to the babies of women infected while pregnant. He talks about precautions that can be taken by women of childbearing age.

  • 5-8-2016 Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed at the Witte Museum

    Witte Museum President and CEO Marise McDermott invites everyone to learn about the Maya at the new exhibit, Maya: Hidden Worlds Revealed, opening May 14. She also talks about the blossoming Broadway cultural corridor

  • 5-1-2016 Attorney Jamie Balagia DWI and Knowing Your Constitutional Rights

    Attorney Jamie Balagia wants to make sure that you know your constitutional rights, especially when it comes to DWI cases. The former police officer talks about what happens when you get pulled over by an officer.

  • 4-24-2016 Stopping HPV, the human papillomavirus

    Cancer centers around the country are urging that all children and young people be vaccinaTed against HPV, human papillomavirus. Amelie Ramirez, Dr.P.H at the U-T Health Science Center talks about that and other public health issues

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