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The Leander City Council approved more than a half-million dollars for construction of the final phase of the city’s Veterans Park, including $100,000 on an eagle sculpture for the park at its … more
In an era of round-the-clock news cycles and ever-present social media apps, violent events that occur thousands of miles away can feel as though they strike increasingly close to home. So perhaps it … more
Williamson County Commissioner received a recommendation from a committee Tuesday, June 19, to seek a bond this November to fund road and park projects. The commissioners will decide at a later … more
U.S. Sen. John Cornyn worked to pick apart Democrats' concerns about Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's impartiality on Wednesday, the second day of Kavanaugh's confirmation hearing … more
State regulators have zeroed in on a Williamson County man they say illegally soliciting investments in a medical device product. Texas State Securities Board regulators last week ordered … more
FORT WORTH – A man who was praised for helping police make an arrest earlier this month is now asking others to do the same. Jim Walker, who is legally blind, made a decision to be a Fort … more
Texas may finally kill the widely unpopular Driver Responsibility Program, which critics say leaves low-income drivers with costly bills and without their licenses. A bill to end the program … more
The Leander City Council has begun its search for a new City Manager through a council member-chaired task force they created back on June 6.The Task Force members are Mayor Troy Hill, Mayor Pro Tem … more
Rice University and the University of Texas at Austin are the only Texas schools to rank in the top 50 nationwide, according to rankings released today from U.S. News & World report ... more
WASHINGTON – Ahead of the 2020 election, Republicans in Washington and state capitals are honing in on one of the most emotionally charged parts of the abortion debate: those procedures conducted … more
On a rainy day last week, a few dozen students were working in the back wing of Hays High School, carefully crafting updos on mannequins in the school’s salon … more
On Easter Sunday, a pastor from Washington, D.C., took to social media to issue a challenge: give up one possession each week or each month. "We want to detach from all the materialism that kind of … more
An early projection has Texas decreasing state funding to public education, and largely using local taxes to fill the gap. more
The Four Points area Pop Warner Junior Pee Wee Black team cheerleaders finished in first place at the national championships in Orlando, Florida last month. The Four Points Pop Warner Viper football … more
ORLANDO, Fla. – The SpaceX spacecraft that flew to the International Space Station just over a month ago experienced an apparent explosion during a test of its engines Saturday, putting into … more

The Leander City Council plans to hold a special meeting Monday morning to discuss the employment of Leander City Manager Kent Cagle...

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A federal judge has rejected a race-based challenge to the way Texans fill seats on the state’s highest courts. more
Beto O’Rourke came close — but no cigar. In one of the nation’s closest-watched elections, Beto O’Rourke lost a tight race to U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz. But Texas Democrats … more
A section of U.S. 183 in Leander was closed last Friday night after police say a man who intentionally walked into traffic was hit by the driver of a Ford F-650. The pedestrian, reported to be a … more
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump and the Trump Organization have asked a U.S. judge to block a congressional subpoena seeking business records from his longtime accounting firm Mazars USA … more
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