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 Willie Nelson sings before a crowd estimated to be in excess of 50,000 people at the 10th annual Farm Aid concert held at Cardinal Stadium in Louisville Ky., Oct. 1 1995.
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“What we learned is that for Willie, family is obviously blood relatives. It’s his band. It’s his fans. Family is the record buying public. Family is people who come to concerts. Family is something that he does so naturally. And this is part of his magic,” co-director Oren Moverman says.
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Abner Euresti. Anchor/managing editor at KCBD.TVAbner shares stories of attending Texas Tech University. His memories as a TV reporter and eventually becoming the news anchor for Channel 11.
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Our Reporter Jane Davenport gives us more information on an anti-LGBTQ group from Amarillo that protested outside of two Lubbock High Schools this week. Texas Public Radio's Marian Navarro tells us about San Antonio researchers working together to find treatment for a type of brain cancer.
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Hello West Texas plant people! Join us as we discuss plants native to Texas and First Nations' legends and practical uses of those plants.
Rural communities in Texas have struggled to keep up in the fight against the coronavirus. The Texas Newsroom examines the shortage of healthcare resources people living in those communities face.