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Beto O'Rourke, the Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate, is on a march to visit every county in Texas as a part of his race against Republican incumbent Ted Cruz. Next week, O'Rourke will visit … more
Lora Moser has done the impossible. After being diagnosed with cystic fibrosis at age 2 in 1979, her family was told to expect her not to live past her teen years, Moser is now 40 years old and still … more
With the start of Fire Prevention Week, the Leander Fire Department is reminding local residents to “Look, Listen, Learn.” For the week of Oct. 7 through Oct. 13, the Leander Fire Department … more
For years, school finance reform has been a messy political challenge that Gov. Greg Abbott has been reluctant to wade into. more
Canyon Ridge Middle School sixth-grader Madison Totaro is fulfilling a lifelong dream by competing on the the Food Network baking program, “Kids Baking Championship.”The program’s first episode … more
For 12 years, the Austin Dog Alliance has been working to bring dogs and humans together in the best of ways. The nonprofit, founded in 2006 by executive director Debi Krakar, was established … more
Concordia University has hit the gas on a mobile medical mission van to provide community health services. Ranked fourth in Texas by RegisteredNursing.org, Concordia’s nursing program focuses … more
Isela was pregnant with her first child when she illegally crossed the river from Reynosa into the Rio Grande Valley in 2001. She said she didn’t know much about life in the United States, but was convinced her unborn daughter would have a safer and more secure future across the border. more
These tots are toy-testing. The Goddard School ran a Preschooler-Approved Toy Test from Sept. 24 through Sept. 28 across 49 of its facilities around the country, including its Leander … more
For the first time since the Affordable Care Act became law, Texans don’t have to sign up for insurance unless they really want to — but those who do can start Thursday. more
A longtime fixture in Lakeline Mall is closing in September. Sears Holdings Corporation last week announced that its store at Lakeline Mall will be closing in September, along with 72 other locations … more
One woman, in a wheelchair, sat in water to her waist when emergency responders arrived. They could not accommodate her chair and told her they’d come back. They never did. … more
An international icon known for their high kicks and patriotic costumes, not much has changed for the Kilgore College Rangerettes’ style. In 1939, Kilgore College Dean B.E. Masters decided that the … more
The sun had just broken through the clouds on a rainy Friday afternoon when Kimbley Wilson arrived at Braswell Child Development Center to pick up her children. more
U.S. Rep. Beto O’Rourke's campaign for U.S. Senate has caught so much fire throughout the state that the new favorite betting game in Texas politics is “How close can he get to Ted Cruz in November?” more
Home sales in the Cedar Park and Leander areas continued to climb over the summer, with prices on the rise as well. According to the 2018 2nd quarter Texas Quarterly Housing Report, home sales … more
After much discussion with the Cedar Park City Council, developers Riverside Resources received approval to develop an archaeologically-sensitive area previously slated for a water park in … more
More than a month after Gov. Greg Abbott directed state agencies to submit proposed new rules to his office before publishing them, a retiring Republican lawmaker has called out the policy as a … more
The City of Leander will soon add 22 vehicles to its fleet after approval of the purchases totaling nearly $800,000 at the city’s Oct. 4 council meeting.  The purchase will include seven … more
Leander ISD’s annual COOL Week, or Career Opportunities on Location, has become a rite of passage for career-oriented seniors within the district. Each year, the program provides students an … more
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