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Rouse basketball clinches share of district title

Rouse clinched at least a share of the district title Friday night. more

Cedar Park lands transportation startup company, city to gain 230 jobs

A $1.3 million economic development package approved by the Cedar Park City Council Thursday night will help bring a Pennsylvania transportation company and more than 230 jobs to the city. more

More than half of Texas public school students are in districts where teacher certification isn’t required

More than half of Texas public school students are in districts that don't require teachers to be certified, according to state officials, due to a recent law giving schools more freedom on … more

Round Rock ISD Board seeking bond input

ROUND ROCK — The Round Rock Board of Trustees wants citizen volunteers to evaluate and prioritize possible projects for a potential bond election in November 2018 or May 2019.The board approved a … more

"Costly and unsustainable:" After spending $75 million, a troubled UT System technology institute shuts its doors

"Costly and unsustainable:" After spending $75 million, a troubled UT System technology institute shuts its doors February 7, 2018 After spending $75 million and struggling to create a signature … more

How a federal proposal could affect millions of dollars in Texas workers' tips

A U.S. Department of Labor proposal that could change how workers in Texas and the rest of the nation receive tips is facing greater scrutiny after a report revealed the department withheld an … more

Spurs hold on to beat Iowa Wolves

An earlier than usual start didn’t hinder the Spurs. more

Cedar Park girls' basketball wins first outright district title

The halls at Cedar Park High School are lined with district and state titles from nearly every sport on campus. This season, the girls’ basketball team added a trophy with its name on it to the … more

Texas denied thousands of students special ed services. Does the policy go back to George W. Bush's presidency?

In the wake of a scathing federal report last month blasting Texas for excluding thousands of students from special education, a wave of accusations has rolled through the state's education … more

Three Rouse football players join college ranks

A trio of Rouse football players will represent the Raiders in college. more

Cedar Park Police Department investigation questioned in Meagan Work case

A judge is expected to rule on March 21 on whether to suppress evidence in the case of a 23-year-old mother charged in connection with the death of her young son.Meagan Work, a former Leander High … more

Trump is a problem, not the problem

On MLK day I listened to an interview on the NPR program “Fresh Air” with Melba Pattillo Beals. She was one of nine black students who integrated Central High School in Little Rock, Arkansas in 1957. more

Despite sunny economy, Texas budget forecast is dreary

The Texas economy is growing healthily, but that doesn’t mean state budget writers will have more money at their disposal next year, state officials said Tuesday … more

Five football players included in Cedar Park signing class

In the last four seasons, the Cedar Park football team has 50 wins. Five Timberwolves will earn more wins at the college level after signing day on Wednesday. more

Developer pitches for Leander bonds, proposes 1,200 homes

Leander stands to gain miles of road, a boost in property values and as many as 3,240 new residents from a proposed residential development presented to the City Council at a workshop at its Feb. 1 meeting.  more

Nine Vipers headed to collegiate ranks

Nine Vandegrift student-athletes signed on to play at the college level Wednesday morning. more

Leander Council adds charter changes to May 5 ballot

Election ballots for the May 5 Leander City Council election set at last Thursday’s meeting will include eight proposed amendments to the city charter. Early voting is April 23-May 1. more

Vista Ridge has seven students sign college NLIs

It was all about timing for Daryn Haslam. more

Six Leander athletes commit to play in college

Alex Hensley has never seen trees so big. Marissa Porras fell in love with the Mountains. more

Federal judge grants Texas request to block Obama-era restrictions on criminal background checks in hiring

The federal government can't enforce in Texas a rule limiting the use of criminal background checks in hiring, a federal judge in Lubbock ruled Thursday. As part of a years-long legal quest to … more
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