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Cedar Park installing carbon monoxide detectors in Ford Explorers

Wary police officials in Cedar Park have installed carbon monoxide detectors in their fleet of Ford Explorer police interceptors after watching the Austin Police Department go through a months long … more

Vandegrift volleyball duo eyes special senior year

Listen closely before the next Vandegrift volleyball match. Before the JV game is even over, the varsity team has already begun their pregame routine, blasting a trio of songs in the locker room and sweating after jumping around together. more

Capital Highlights: Hurricane Harvey debris removal funding gains approval

Gov. Greg Abbott and leaders of the Texas Legislature on Nov. 9 announced the approval of $90 million in emergency state funding to help Hurricane Harvey disaster-declared counties pay for the removal of debris. 

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Show The New Year Who's Boss—Sticking To Your Fitness Resolutions

A few simple steps can make it easier for you to realize your fitness goals. (NAPS) more

Bryn Forbes

Between Austin and San Antonio, Bryn Forbes averaged a team-best 23.4 points in 19 games D-League games this season. more

Lady Raiders get hot start

 HCN Sports schedule and results The Rouse softball team has an offense on another level. In the first six games of … more

Regional police up DWI enforcement toward Labor Day

Both Cedar Park Police and Austin Police will be increasing their enforcement of drunk driving with similar procedures in the coming weeks leading up to Labor Day weekend, police said.  From … more

Aggies dominate fourth quarter to top Gamecocks

Keith Ford just calls it running hard. He doesn’t like going to the ground and he hears his coach preach it in every practice so he kept fighting. more

Cedar Park HS marching band wins state championship, Rouse HS places ninth

After a long season of after-school rehearsals, choreography training and music practice, two LISD marching bands made state history placing in the the top 10 at the UIL Class 5A Marching Band Contest at the Alamodome, Nov. 8.

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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

Meek Mill and Yo Gotti

Multi-platinum rap artists Meek Mill and Yo Gotti join forces for the Against All Odds Tour, an epic 21-city summer run produced by Live Nation, including a tour stop at H-E-B Center at Cedar Park on … more

Trouble with the long ball

Austin Bibens-Dirkx (0-1, 3.45 ERA) lasted six innings and gave up four runs on six hits with three strikeouts in Round Rock's 5-4 loss to the Omaha Storm Chasers Wednesday afternoon. Three of the six hits he gave up were home runs.  more

Serenova to move headquarters to the Cedar Park Town Center

Serenova, a software company based in Austin, is relocating their corporate headquarters to Cedar Park in 2018. more

City of Leander Amend Zoning Case 16-TOD-Z-036

PUBLIC NOTICE The City of Leander Planning and Zoning Commission will meet on Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. at Pat Bryson Municipal Hall, 201 North Brushy, Leander, Texas, to hold a public hearing to consider the following:         … more

Fruitful Family and Friends

I’m always up to trying new things. A couple of weeks ago, I tried figs. I even climbed a ladder, fought with bees, and picked them—figs, not bees. more

UMHB rolls over Southwestern

Top-ranked University of Mary Hardin-Baylor rode its defense through the first half and watched the offense come to life in the second, rolling over Southwestern University … more

Williamson County Sheriff's Office to host church security summit

WilCo Sheriff’s Office places of worship security summit When: 3 to 5 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 19 Where: Celebration Church , 601 Westinghouse Rd. in Georgetown. more

Justice Department watching 'sanctuary cities' lawsuit

The Justice Department filed a statement of interest in the federal court case over Texas' Senate Bill 4, arguing that the state is within its rights to adopt the anti-"sanctuary cities" law. more

LISD supports school finance reform bill

Leander ISD has registered support for state House Bill 21, a school finance reform bill, which if passed will add a total of $6.5 million to district coffers in the next two fiscal years, said Terry Abbott, LISD chief communications officer.Abbott … more

Faith Roundtable: Do animals have souls?

Well, The Pope, the Dali Lama and even I think the answer to this is a simple YES.  We love our pets. But we eat and hunt animals and we consider many to be enemies, predators and dangerous. We even celebrate when our President’s two sons kill … more
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