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Texans benefit from joint practice with Saints

The Texans have seen a couple legendary quarterbacks over the last week. more

Special session ends over impasse on property tax reform bill

AUSTIN — Gov. Greg Abbott gave legislators 20 must-pass items, but the lawmakers delivered only 12 bills to his desk during the first called session of the 85th Texas Legislature. Both the … more

Rouse volleyball tops TGCA polls

Rouse volleyball is at the top of the latest TGCA Volleyball poll released Monday.  The Lady Raiders are off to an 18-3 record this season. They finished in fifth place after going 7-2 at the … more

Hurricane Harvey will hit Texas Saturday, here’s what to expect

Tropical Storm Harvey strengthened into a hurricane Thursday, where it’s expected to bring potentially devastating flooding to coastal Texas, meteorologists said. more

Texas blood donation center is in “critical shortage” of blood

We Are Blood is experiencing a “critical shortage” of O Negative and O Positive blood. more

Austin Spurs release 2017-18 schedule

The Austin Spurs, presented by SWBC, will open the 2017-18 NBA G League season at home against the Salt Lake City Stars on Friday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. The schedule includes 50 regular season games, … more

Leander Council begins discussions on proposed $128 million budget

The Leander City Council Thursday officially began discussions of a proposed $128 million budget for FY 2017-18. City Manager Kent Cagle told council members the proposed budget lowers the property tax rate and maintains city services and infrastructure. more

Chambers have mixed views on legislature's special session

While the Austin Chamber of Commerce has very definite views on the actions taken by the recent special session of the 85th Texas Legislature, the views expressed by the chambers in Leander and Cedar Park were mixed. more

Georgetown Confederate soldier statue stands amid controversy

While Confederate statues are being removed and taken down throughout the United States, a petition calling for a plaque with historical context to be added to a Confederate soldier monument is being circulated in Williamson County. more

Texans’ Watt getting back to normal after pair of back surgeries

J.J. Watt had more back surgeries than sacks last season. The Texans’ star looked more like himself in the second preseason game last week. more

Leander football team bolstered by two-way players

Leander senior Alex Hensley begins practice like anybody else. He puts on his jersey and starts training with the linebackers. After the coach gives him the all clear, however, he flips around and … more

Trip to the Holy Land is life changing

I’ve been privileged to travel to the Holy Land twice in the past seven years. I’ll lead another group next January on a 10-day in-depth visit to important Biblical sites. If you like, … more

Austin isn’t Washington D.C.

Since I entered public service in 2009, first as a member of the Cedar Park City Council and now as a state representative, I’ve met thousands of people in our area.  As you can imagine, … more

Obituary: Howard Wayne Craft

After fighting a battle with his lung health, Howard Wayne Craft, with a daughter holding each hand, passed away on his own terms Monday, August 14, 2017. Howard was born on July 12, 1946, in Fort … more

Federal judge tosses new Texas voter ID law; state plans to appeal

A federal judge has tossed out a new law softening Texas’ strict voter identification requirements. U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos on Wednesday ruled that Senate Bill 5, signed by Gov. … more

Leander ISD votes unanimously to place $454 million bond package before voters

Facing an explosion of growth, for the first time in 10 years Leander ISD officials are asking voters to approve a school bond package to fund several construction projects and improvements to meet standards and population projections. more

Greg Kelley released on bond

Greg Kelley, who was convicted on charges of super aggravated sexual assault of a child in 2014, was released on $50,000 bond today by District Judge Donna King pending a recommendation from the judge on whether Kelley should be … more

Rouse tops 5A volleyball poll again this week

The Rouse Lady Raiders held onto the top spot in the Texas Girls Coaches Association volleyball poll after going 7-2 at the Fraulein Volleyfest in New Braunfels over the weekend.Coach Jacob … more

Watson, Ellington shine as Texans beat Patriots

Bruce Ellington made the best possible first impression. more

Preparing Students, Families for Success with Backpack Attack

One of my first impressions when I joined Leander ISD last fall was the level of support our students receive by our entire community. I am so proud to see how full the stands are at every game, … more
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