KUT Morning Newspod August 18, 2011
Border Land Owners Turning to Private Security
Texas property owners along the border in the Rio Grande Valley are considering hiring a highly-armed private security company to defend themselves from border violence. From Texas Public Radio’s Frontereas Desk in San Antonio — Hernán Rozemberg reports.
TribCast: Perry’s Debut
Governor Rick Perry is making the rounds of early primary states, in his first first week on the presidential campaign trail. On this week’s KUT/Texas Tribune TribCast, Evan Smith, Ross Ramsey, Reeve Hamilton and Ben Philpott talk about Perry’s performance so far.
Breast Milk Bank Seeing Spike in Demand
A growing body of scientific evidence shows that human breast milk is the best baby food around. But as word gets out, it’s increasing demand among mothers of premature babies who can’t always produce enough for their infants’ needs. That’s putting pressure on organizations that collect and distribute it.