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On March 5, the Williamson County Commissioners formed a Citizens Bond Committee to discuss future needs for county roads and parks. The purpose of a Williamson County Citizens … more
The University of Texas at Austin is looking into an accusation that state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, sent sexually explicit material to a graduate student ... more
In the face of a sexual harassment allegation, state Sen. Charles Schwertner, R-Georgetown, has hired two Austin attorneys and denied ... more
Maria, an immigrant from Mexico, spends most of her time tending to her sick husband, Gerardo. After a stroke nearly killed him in 2011 ... more
Lupe Valdez, the Democratic nominee for governor, swung away at Republican Gov. Greg Abbott in their first and only debate Friday evening ... more
A mother offers to buy her son's textbooks and pay for a tutor, promising not to reduce her financial support for his education. more
The head of the Federal Communications Commission got on his high horse this week and told phone companies they better do something about robocalls. Or else."Combating illegal robocalls is our top … more
For the third time in the last year, a sitting state senator is facing an allegation of sexual misconduct. And for the third time in the last year, the Senate has had the same response: Do nothing — at least at first. more
“So you’re getting pulled over...” The Texas Education Agency has sent school districts the educational material to teach high schoolers how to properly interact with law enforcement during traffic stops. more
The next vaccine fight could be coming to a daycare near you.Texans for Vaccine Choice, a group focused on anti-vaccine policy, says it has received hundreds of calls and emails from parents of … more
AUSTIN – Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in October, down from 3.8 percent in September 2018, reaching its lowest level since the state unemployment data series … more
The Senate Finance Committee came down hard Monday on the Texas Department of Public Safety’s inefficient driver's license offices. “I would personally just say, Steve, fix the damn … more
Jon Michael Gravitt, (Plumber Jon), 57, of Leander, Texas, Master plumber died Thursday, September 20, 2018 in his home from complications of heart disease. Jon was born September 7, 1961 in Tokyo, … more
The Wolfpack, Cedar Park High School’s online student newspaper, last week reached No. 1 in the national rankings by the website Best of Student Newspapers Online. SNO aggregates more than 340 … more
The new Leander Fire Chief is trying something he hasn’t done in nearly a quarter century – starting a new job. more
Bill Alan McCann born October 8, 1933 lost his battle to cancer on September 25, 2018. He passed peacefully in the comfort of his own Leander home with family surrounding him. Bill had been a part of … more
For years, school finance reform has been a messy political challenge that Gov. Greg Abbott has been reluctant to wade into.But an 86-page slide show titled “Improving Student Outcomes and … more
The first-year criminal justice program at Glenn High School has won accolades at a skills competition and earned the right to compete at a state-level event in April. Bernie Acosta, the … more
On a calm Saturday morning, surrounded by the sounds of gentle fountains and the fluttering of dragonfly wings, members of the Leander City Council and the Leander Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 10427 … more
The Round Rock Parks and Recreation Department’s Aquatics Division was named Agency of the Year by the Texas Public Pool Council at its Annual Aquatic Conference in San Antonio. According to … more
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