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Nurses, teachers and other Texas workers will no longer risk losing their occupational license if they default on their student loans, thanks to legislation signed by Republican Gov. Greg Abbott … more

The Round Rock Police Department on Thursday arrested a man in connection with a shooting at an apartment complex at 2500 Louis Henna Blvd that left one person injured.

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Facing 67 other high schools from across the state, and their own team's adversity, Glenn High School's competition BBQ team smoked the competition to win a first place trophy and claim the state title for its brisket. more
A young girl hospitalized after an incident Tuesday at Buttercup Pool has passed away from her injuries early Wednesday evening, according to a statement released by the Cedar Park Police Department, … 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
A Williamson County correctional officer has been arrested and charged with introduction of contraband into the Williamson County Jail. A public statement was released Wednesday afternoon by the … more
A young girl is in the hospital and Buttercup Pool is closed after an incident at the City of Cedar Park's pool on Tuesday afternoon. Neighbors and passersby reported a large police and … more
Leander will receive double the amount of right-of-way fees earned through electrical provider Pedernales Electric Cooperative, Inc. (PEC) under a newly-negotiated franchise agreement passed in May … 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
Gov. Greg Abbott claimed Tuesday he can keep Texas' plumbing board alive without calling a special legislative session, as he reassured plumbers who were worried their profession will no longer … more
Texas lawmakers left the Capitol this week with some hits and some misses for a state special education program that has faced intense federal scrutiny in the past few years. As the … more
Austin gas prices dropped another 2.7 cents per gallon last week, averaging $2.42/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations in the Austin area. Local prices were down 9.4 … more
Ten years ago, Texas became the first state to allow licenses for independent freestanding emergency rooms. Since then, just over 200 have opened their doors around Texas, according to state … more
Plumbers in Texas will no longer be subject to state regulations after lawmakers this week flushed the state plumbing code and the Texas State Board of Plumbing Examiners, a state agency that … 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
Starting in September, Texans under 18 years old will no longer be able to buy popular over-the-counter cough medicines like NyQuil and Robitussin under a bill Gov. Greg Abbott signed earlier … more
In less than six minutes, dozens of high-fives were finished, raucous cheering subsided, and the seniors could leave their brief walk down memory lane. The speedy event occurred two days before … more

The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office has a new tool for preventing crime. On May 20, the office announced that it would be entering a partnership...

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In the final days of the legislative session, with a Senate confirmation looking increasingly unlikely for embattled Secretary of State David Whitley, Gov. Greg Abbott ramped up efforts to … more
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