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Growing a Greener World:

See the latest trends in eco-friendly living with traditional gardening know-how. This series highlights the diverse people, organizations and events that seek to raise environmental awareness and encourage better stewardship of the planet.

Tonight at 10:30pm

In Her Boots

Every woman that has ever served in the U.S. Military has volunteered to do so. Today, more women serve our country than at any time in history.

As part of The KVCR Veterans’ Initiative, “In Her Boots” is a project to create awareness of the issues female veterans face. Combat boots will be decorated by female veterans to signify their time in the military. Let female veterans know they are a valuable resource in our community and give them thanks for their service.

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FNX Nationwide

FNX is soon to be available nationwide, via the Public Television Satellite System! 

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9/16/2014 6:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

John Husing, the Chief Economist for the Inland Empire Economic Partnership, begins the first of a series of Tuesday morning commentaries on KVCR describing "The LAUNCH Initiative," a program spawned by local businessman and San Bernardino City Unified School District President Michael Gallo, to rethink ways to break the cycle of poverty in the Inland Empire.

9/15/2014 6:30 AM | Ken Vincent | KVCR

:  In Part 2 of our interview with the Superintendent of San Bernardino County Schools, Dr. Gary Thomas talks about how he and his team recovered from recession budget cuts to improve dropout rates and graduation rates in the County's 33 school districts.