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Round Rock received a new fire station on Thursday, marking the third new fire station to open in the northwest suburban area in the last month. more
The Leander library has canceled two events originally scheduled for June, purportedly after receiving public backlash over one of those events. Valeri Abrego-Liszewski, an Austin-based … more
Glenn and Cedar Ridge each finished atop the district standings in their respective classifications, and the top starting pitcher from each team took home the top district honors as well. more
Three newly-elected council members were sworn in and Mayor Troy Hill outlined an ambitious list of goals he wants to accomplish in the coming year during the Leander City Council’s May 16 … more

For her 102nd birthday party, the only food she wanted was cheese, crackers and a cold beer.

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We’ve all heard of the saying, blow your mind. Can you imagine being sincerely surprised and overwhelmed with God’s goodness in your life? Well, that is exactly what God wants to do. He wants you … more
One of the byproducts of the rapidly increasing power of microchips is the proliferation of chip-powered cameras and devices that are constantly watching and, in some cases, recording the world in … more
Last month, the Reverend Chu Yiu-ming, at age 75, made an appearance in a Hong Kong court room to defend himself against the charge of being “a nuisance to the public,” along with a number of … more
Some have suggested that the founder of WikiLeaks, who recently was sentenced in Britain to 50 weeks in jail for jumping bail seven years ago, should be viewed as a heroic defender of press freedom … more
Before moving Austin more than 10 years ago, David Huffstutler lived in Houston and saw the impact that pro sports could have on a community. Now, he’s getting involved in a big way. more
Leander City Manager Kent Cagle was terminated “with cause” from his position Monday in a 6-to-1 vote by the Leander City Council. It was a sudden turn of events, as the council announced a … more
Rodney Robinson was met with cheers from his supporters late Tuesday night as he announced his victory.Robinson’s election to the Cedar Park City Council was secured in a recount of more than 5,700 … more
A major mental health bill prioritized by the state's top leaders as a way to help prevent school shootings was partially revived late Tuesday night hours after it appeared to have been abruptly killed... more
After starting as a quarterback, Davis Beal was asked to add long snapping to his repertoire because the motion is the same as throwing it over the top. more
Round Rock's most recent home series took an unfortunate turn.  more
Give the new six-episode Hulu miniseries version of "Catch-22" two episodes of your time, and then make your call. It took me two to get on board with it, after some initial skepticism about the tone … more
Gas prices across the Austin area fell another 1.8 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.47/g on Monday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations. Prices 0.4 cents per gallon … more
Thousands of festival-goers were able to beat the weather and enjoy Leander’s annual Old Town Street Festival on Saturday. Originally, weather forecasts had called for rain on Saturday. … more
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