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Kevin Morby croons and moves at Mohawk

It was a packed, hot Saturday night at Mohawk in downtown Austin when Kevin Morby — with his long curly hair and an eccentric suit adorned with musical notes — took to the venue’s outdoor stage. more

Oh Sees wreak havoc at Hotel Vegas

As soon as the Oh Sees frontman John Dwyer slammed into the hefty, fun-as-hell guitar riff to “Toe Cutter - Thumb Buster” about a third of the way through the band’s full moon, … more

Local teams benefit from 7-on-7 competition

  Just as the summer is heating up, the 7-on-7 football season is starting to wind down.Five LISD schools and Anderson are … more

Where’s Carter?

Critics say longtime U.S. Rep. John R. Carter is isolated and unresponsive to constituents more

Cedar Park rolls in rivalry game against Vandegrift

Mak Sexton threw for 350 yards and three touchdowns, Drew McDaniel caught two touchdowns and threw one, and Cedar Park dominated both sides of the ball in a 38-7 win against Vandegrift Friday night at Monroe Stadium. more

McKenna hoping to improve Stars goalie situation

The Stars were in desperate need of an upgrade at goalie. Enter Mike McKenna. more

Hubenak, Aggies hold off Nicholls State

Jake Hubenak has been put in sticky situations before. So when his name was called in the second half of Texas A&M’s home opener on Saturday night, it was like riding a bike. more

Austin City Council passes MLS resolution

The Austin City Council voted unanimously on Thursday to instruct city staff to identify city-owned sites that could be used for a Major League Soccer team. more

Veteran-heavy Stars roster looks familiar

The band is getting back together. Well, kind of. When the Stars won the Calder Cup in 2014, Travis Morin had an MVP season and Curtis McKenzie played the led the team in games and played a vital role in winning the only title in franchise history.

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Leander ISD schools earn high accountability marks, 39 state distinctions

All eligible Leander ISD schools earned the state’s highest accountability standard as well as 39 state distinctions according to a release from the Texas Education Agency (TEA). TEA … more

Say no to school choice vouchers

I am a strong advocate for our public education system. What a great endeavor to educate our entire population! Education is a win/win for everyone. All of society and each of us as individuals benefit from a good education and well-supported, fully funded educational system. more

Watt injured as Texans comeback comes up short against Chiefs

HOUSTON — We all got a little bit of an anatomy lesson on Sunday night. And the Texans’ defense was the teacher. more

Austin area remains in flash flood warning as Harvey stalls

As rainfall continues from a stalled, crawling Hurricane Harvey, a flash flood warning has been set through Wednesday night in parts of Williamson and Travis Counties. more

WilCo Sheriff unit busts Leander marijuana grow operation

Williamson County sheriff’s office is in the process of obtaining arrest warrants for two individuals after dismantling an indoor marijuana growing operation of 20 plants in a Leander home, Oct. 27, police said. more

Express drop series opener in Nashville

Will Middlebrooks continued his explosive season, but the Express fell to the Nashville Sounds 9-3 on the road on Thursday night. more

Toll Free: Texas House bill calls for 183A access roads

A proposed Texas House bill is calling to stop several 183 North toll road projects until free access roads are constructed alongside the toll road in Cedar Park. more

Fired in 2009, football coach Mike Leach still rages at Texas Tech and Texas law

Washington State University football coach Mike Leach was preparing for a game against the University of Colorado two weeks ago when another foe leapt into his mind. more

Jennings, Westwood overwhelm Leander

Will Jennings had his birthday party a day early. more

Commander Darlene Lewis puts community first

By helping others, Lewis works to bridge the gap between the Cedar Park community and police. more

Lightning strikes in Leander and Cedar Park cause fires

Several homes were struck by thunderstorm lightning in Leander and Cedar Park last week, causing fires and more than $1 million in damage to three homes in Leander last week. A fire caused by lightning was also reported at a home on Paden Circle in Cedar Park. more
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