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For years, school finance reform has been a messy political challenge that Gov. Greg Abbott has been reluctant to wade into. more
It’s safe to say that gold runs through HK Taekwondo athlete Zachary Hampton’s veins. The 13-year-old recently brought home a gold medal from the President’s Cup, fighting alongside Team … 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
Beginning Nov. 1, certain veterans will be able to drive toll-free on toll roads managed by the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. The Qualified Veteran Discount Program was unanimously … 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
Starting Nov. 1, McDonald’s customers will be able to satisfy their morning hunger with Triple Breakfast Stacks, a new breakfast sandwich with a secret menu flair. Triple Breakfast Stacks come … more
WASHINGTON – When teachers in several U.S. states walked out of their classrooms this year to protest stagnant pay and school funding, they struck a chord with the public.Now they're battling to … 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
Voters from around the state have reported a curious thing happening at the polls this week: They meant to vote straight-ticket but when they reviewed their final list of selected candidates, someone … more
In the wake of a recent incident involving one of its buses swept down Brushy Creek at a low water crossing, the Leander ISD board of trustees is collaborating with the public on new methods to keep … more
More than 104,000 ballots were cast in the first week of early voting in Williamson County, surpassing the number who voted in the first week during the previous two presidential elections and … more
It may not ease the sticker shock for parents and students, but as college tuition and fees continue to creep up, the actual costs are flat — or in some cases lower — thanks to … more
After seven days of requiring residents in America's 11th largest city to boil water and warning them of a potential shortage without reduced consumption, Austin Water officially lifted its boil … more
Most Texas voters would immediately deport undocumented immigrants currently living in the U.S., and 45 percent of them believe the country admits more legal immigrants than it should, according to … more
A record 44 percent of U.S. firms will give workers paid time off to vote Nov. 6, up from 37 percent in 2016, according to reports from the Society for Human Resources … more
Lick Honest Ice Creams’ own truck, named “Barb” by customers, has set up shop outside the company's Cedar Park headquarters and will remain there throughout the fall season. The company is … more
The City of Cedar Park has hired Ben White, former Vice President of Economic Development for the Round Rock Chamber, as its new Director of Economic Development.  The position has been … more
Departing last Friday afternoon and returning Saturday evening, the second all women's Honor Flight Austin took 42 World War II, Korean and Vietnam War veterans from across Texas to Washington D.C. … more
Two dozen area schools and more than 100,000 area residents began the week under a boil-water notice and in the wake of heavy rainfall and flooding.Though rainfall had slacked to a series of sporadic … more
A nationwide explosion in demand for CBD oil could lead to a wave of new stores selling CBD oil locally. CBD oil, or cannabidiol, is still controversial, but its proponents say the health benefits … more
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