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Gasoline prices in the Austin area have risen 3.4 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.63 per gallon on Sunday, Oct. 7, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations in Austin. This … more
Most Texas voters would immediately deport undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S., and 45 percent of them believe the country admits more legal immigrants than it should, according to … more
The Leander ISD Board of Trustees accepted the recommendation of district staff to leave bus routes unchanged for the upcoming 2019-20 school year, allowing district administration and a citizens … more
Jack Fuller had always been an active person. So, three years ago, when the company he started working for offered a wellness program through which he could receive a Fitbit, he took up their offer. more
A new trade deal the United States reached earlier this month with Mexico and Canada will tamp down uncertainty for American farmers and manufacturers ... more
On the heels of the departure of Economic Development Manager Eric Zeno, Leander is considering hiring a consulting firm to help spur further retail development within the city. At its Thursday, … more
When it comes to who or what is using up all that internet bandwidth out there, Netflix is the biggest of the big. That's according to a new report from research firm Sandvine, which said Netflix … more
The Leander City Council will hold a closed session meeting prior to its June 6 regular meeting, during which the council will discuss further details pertaining to the appointment of an interim city … more
The final public input hearing for a possible Williamson County bond to fund road and park projects, which county residents could vote on this November, wrapped up last Thursday after a countywide … more
Charla Gilliam has her morning routine down pat, complete with her gospel music, Joel Osteen sermons and reading case files for vulnerable older adults and disabled people she needs to see. more
Ahead of tonight's Leander City Council Meeting, the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Coalition Against Censorship and the Texas Library Association have all sent letters to Mayor Troy … more
At some point during Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh’s testimony last week, Marion Stanford grabbed a piece of wooden paneling, some paint and the $5 brushes she had purchased awhile back. more

The Round Rock Police Department is currently looking for a suspect involved in a mid-April incident where the suspect struck and killed a man with a car in a hit-and-run, according to the police department.

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The U.S. Senate — including the two senators from Texas — voted to move forward on the controversial U.S. Supreme Court nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. more
Austin gas prices are unchanged  in the past week, averaging $2.41/g on Monday of this week, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Gas prices in Austin were 21.7 cents per gallon … more
Dozens of members of the community stood in a packed Pat Bryson Municipal Hall Thursday night, waiting their turn to express vehement opposition to the Leander City Council’s possible move toward an exit... more
As the number of people looking for an affordable home in a neighborhood they like continues climbing in Texas, a number of factors — income, job locations, car ownership — can open up a bounty of options or act as barriers that keep Texans in uncomfortable places. more
The food, inside aluminum foil pans, was arranged side by side on a table stretching across the cafeteria. Each pan of various fruits and vegetables was sorted in alphabetical order: A for apples, B … more
After hearing the results of a community survey on library programming followed by a presentation on proposed changes to the room rental and programming policies, the Leander City Council on Thursday … more
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