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Monday at noon on "The Source" — It's been about a decade since the Texas A&M University system established a stand-alone campus in San Antonio. Now, the City is ready to draft goals for growth in the area.

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Monday at 7 p.m. Central on "The Source" — The entire nation is talking about what's happening at the U.S.-Mexico border. Now, it's time for the border to speak for itself.

Public radio stations along the Rio Grande from Brownsville to El Paso are teaming up for a historic borderwide conversation during this special live broadcast.

The wall, national security, troop deployments, razor wire and political uncertainty – how is it all impacting life at the border?

Guests: 

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Looking for love in the all the wrong places is nothing new but now thanks to technology, we can do it by swiping left or right. How is technology changing the way people meet and develop relationships? 


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The City of San Antonio's plan to be "carbon neutral" by 2050 has drawn mixed reactions since its release in late January. What strategies are being proposed? Does the plan go too far or not far enough in working to reduce climate impacts? 


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It's time to start gearing up for spring planting season. What should you do to prepare? What grows best in the spring and what kind of care is required? 


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