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Vandegrift downs Hays in double overtime

Vandegrift proved Wednesday night that it is never really out of a game. more

New management appointed to Round Rock Premium Outlets

Round Rock Premium Outlets is under new management.  more

Special education caps were the Texas Legislature's idea, educators say

After a federal report blasted Texas for failing kids with disabilities, educators and public education advocates are pointing the finger directly at state legislators who, they argue, first … more

Cedar Park HS cheer team takes home Spirit State Championship

After winning the UIL Spirit State Championship last weekend, the Cedar Park High School cheer squad’s 30 cheerleaders can now say they’re bonafide UIL state champs in their own right.

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Going further than prior proposals, Abbott unveils a plan to slow Texas property tax growth

Gov. Greg Abbott on Tuesday unveiled a plan to "rein in skyrocketing property taxes" in Texas ... more

Gabriel “Fluffy” Iglesias One Show Fits All World Tour

One of America's most successful stand-up comedians, Gabriel Iglesias, will return to Austin with his One Show Fits All World Tour, coming to The Theatre at the Frank Erwin Center on Friday, Feb. 16. … more

Leander ISD cancels school and all after-school programs Tuesday

All schools, facilities, offices and after-school programs and athletic events in Leander ISD will be canceled Tuesday, Jan. 16, district officials said.  more

Weather forces LISD to cancel or postpone Tuesday's athletic events

Leander ISD announced Monday afternoon that all LISD schools, facilities and offices will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 16 due to hazardous weather/road conditions. more

Wintry mix, icy roads expected Monday night

A winter storm watch was issued for the Austin area for Monday night that will bring a wintry mix of sleet, freezing rain and snow with icy roads likely. more

Rouse girls' soccer team building on state semifinal appearance

The Rouse girls soccer team has adopted a new motto this season: Pound the stone. more

Second half rally not enough as Leander falls to Lake Travis

The Lions outscored the Cavaliers in the second half and cut the lead to as little as three points, but a late run by Lake Travis handed Leander its second straight loss and bring their District 25-6A record to 2-2. more

Cedar Park boys push past Elgin, advance to 6-2 in district

Tanner Radke had a team-high 13 points to lead Cedar Park to a 62-45 win over Elgin in a game that featured multiple technical fouls in the fourth quarter. Cedar Park stepped out to a 12-4 lead … more

Cedar Park City Council approves expanding scope of police department review to include patrols

The Cedar Park City Council Thursday approved expanding the scope of an ongoing independent review of its police department to include its patrol division. more

Cold snap could ice roads early next week

Weather forecasts calling for the possibility of snow and ice early next week has TxDOT gearing up to pretreat area roadways this weekend. more

Flags for vets

I’m going to use my space this week to brag on a friend of mine. more

High Marks for I, Tonya

Tonya Harding is a name that lives in figure skating infamy. There are some amazing accomplishments attached to her name, but she is probably more known for the infamous attack on a rival than for … more

Leander Mayor Chris Fielder will not seek re-election

After six years of city leadership, Leander Mayor Chris Fielder announced Friday morning he will not be seeking another term in 2018. more

Baylor won’t say which coaches are to blame for its sexual assault scandal. How are other schools vetting them?

A bid to better their football team’s offense put University of Houston officials on the defensive this past week. It’s a posture several schools have had to adopt in recent years … more

Best Bets for TV This Week

Catherine Zeta-Jones gives an Emmy-deserving performance as Griselda Blanco, a pioneer in the Miami-based cocaine trade in the late ’70s ... more

Criticism builds for Texas DPS decision to lay off 117 older officers

In its latest attempt to address budget cuts, the Texas Department of Public Safety is again facing harsh criticism. Multiple lawmakers and the department’s officers association have … more
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