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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
A hard-charging Hurricane Michael strengthened to a ferocious Category 4 storm overnight, with powerful winds reaching 145 mph as it heads toward the Florida Panhandle on track to strike somewhere near Panama City Wednesday afternoon. more
The announcement on Tuesday that Nikki Haley soon plans to step down as ambassador to the United Nations underscores the degree to which President Donald Trump has surrounded himself with advisers willing to press his nationalist "America first" agenda ... 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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) will temporarily close its Cedar Park office beginning Nov. 1 for renovations. The utility cooperative says the updates will allow it to better serve its members … more
Residents, community leaders and law enforcement from around the country stood together for the 35th annual National Night Out on Oct. 2.The city of Leander hosted 38 simultaneous block parties and … more
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
After arguing its case in a federal appeals court Wednesday, Texas will soon know whether its decision to spend $33.3 million less on students with disabilities in 2012 will cost it millions in future federal funding. more
Nine of the 13 candidates in the race for Board of Education appeared at a public forum last week to discuss challenges facing the school system.The forum, held at Concordia University, covered … more
President Donald Trump on Monday lauded the new trade accord with Canada and Mexico as the most important ever for the United States and "a historic win" for American farmers, manufacturers and autoworkers. more
Rouse High School students were whisked off on a whirlwind adventure over this past summer. The students (ages 15-17) traveled abroad on an educational tour during the summer. Students were chosen … 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 city of Cedar Park’s regional notification system known as CPAlertMe — a member of the WarnCentralTexas Network — has changed its title to simply, Warn Central Texas. Warn Central … more
The State Department has stopped issuing visas to the same-sex partners of foreign diplomats sent to the United States or the United Nations in New York unless they are legally married, officials said Tuesday. more
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