With so much negative in the world, Robin and KONO 101.1 are bringing you some light and happiness to brighten your day!
10 year old wanted to to find out the truth about Santa
10-yr-old girl seeking the truth about Santa has police test unfinished cookies for DNA. The results makes it our Feel Good Story of the Day!
Man mistakenly given thousands does the right thing
A man was accidentally handed a bag full of thousands of dollars when he ordered at the McDonald's drive-thru. Josiah Vargas, did the right thing and was rewarded.
After breaking into a school to save lives, this man is going to the big game!
Buffalo man who saved the lives of over 20 people during the snowstorm as awarded two Super Bowl tickets by the Buffalo Bills for his quick thinking and bravery. Jay Withey broke into a school and helped others stranded in the storm get shelter. Here he is being surprised with the tickets.
Chrissie Murnin brings you interviews and insight into people helping others in the San Antonio area. Check in each week for another amazing and inspirational story.
1-29-2023 SAN ANTONIO WRITER SUZANNE OHLMANN AND HER BOOK SHADOW MIGRATION
San Antonio writer Suzanne Ohlmann talks about her book Shadow Migration, Mapping a Life, detailing the adventures and trauma she has had since she was a days-old adoptee in Nebraska. She details her search for her birth parents, moving to New York City, moving to a rural village in India to work at a hospital, becoming a registered nurse and setting down roots in San Antonio.
TEAMability founder and CEO Barbara Goldman talks about the comprehensive services the 20-year-old non-profit organization provides to disabled children and adults. TEAMability has moved to its new location in the Multi-Assistance Center at Morgan's Wonderland, expanding its space and enabling TEAMability to serve even more people.
1-15-2023 JANUARY IS NATIONAL BLOOD DONOR MONTH~CAN YOU DONATE?
Francine Pina and Roger Ruiz of the South Texas Blood & Tissue Center invite everyone in the community who is able and eligible, to donate blood or platelets. The Center needs 600 units a day to supply the needs of patients in San Antonio and South Texas, but comes up short of that on some days. They talk about how easy it is to donate, taking just one hour of your time for a blood donation and a little longer for a platelet donation,
Robin Flores’s upbeat personality and San Antonio’s KONO 101.1 Morning Show go together like a Pinata at a birthday party!! The Morning Show is stuffed with fun and goodies with listener calls, contests and cash prizes.