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Leander girls' basketball team stumbles against Lake Travis

The Leander girls’ basketball team had a chance to make it to the playoffs on Tuesday, but couldn’t quite get over the hump. more

White House to withdraw controversial nominee to head Council on Environmental Quality

The White House plans to withdraw its controversial nominee to head the Council on Environmental Quality, Kathleen Hartnett White, according to two administration officials briefed on the matter … more

Analysis: Tax breaks and big red fire trucks

The dispute between the state of Texas and local governments isn’t always about money, but that’s where the real fighting takes place. Reduced to its essence, the state is arguing … more

After land office inks Harvey contract, Land Commissioner George P. Bush gets donations from contractor

The government’s seemingly sluggish response to Hurricane Harvey has been a headache for Land Commissioner George P. Bush, whose office plays a major role in getting Texans back into damaged … more

Six MLB players speak to Vandegrift baseball team

It was Sept. 1, 2007. Clay Buchholz was making his second career start. Kevin Millar was entering the final few years of his big league career. more

H-E-B accepting entries for “Primo Picks” placement in stores

Think your homemade recipe has got what it takes to make it big time? more

After lawsuit, Texas plans to install air conditioning in a stifling prison

The state of Texas plans to install air conditioning in a notoriously hot prison after reaching a settlement with inmates in a federal class action lawsuit, an attorney for the inmates said … more

Stars down Rampage thanks to Denis Gurianov's hat trick

At some point in the third period Saturday night, Denis Gurianov took over. more

Activists protest potential soccer stadium at Guerrero Park

The chants were all unique, but the message was clear. more

Health agency leader: "We welcome" audits into contracting issues

The Texas Health and Human Services Commission won’t fight an auditor coming through their doors — in fact, they welcome it. That’s what Charles Smith, executive commissioner … more

Rouse can't clinch title after first district loss

Rouse’s claim to a district title will have to wait. more

Leander ISD releases two potential calendar options with DOI plan

Students in Leander ISD could be seeing their school year start on Thursday, Aug. 16 if the Board of Trustees approve a proposed 2018-19 academic calendar with a special state exemption. more

Cedar Park City Council asks voters to consider drainage program

In an effort to address flooding in neighborhoods with aging infrastructure, the Cedar Park City Council is asking voters to decide on reallocating a portion of sales tax revenue to fund a stormwater drainage and street repair program. more

MLS stadium site review may be further delayed

Acting Austin Parks and Recreation Director Kimberly McNeeley released a memo Friday requesting the Austin City Council delay reviewing potential sites for an MLS Stadium. more

Analysis: In Texas elections, size matters

The two big political parties are often presented as equals, each in position at any given time to prevail in an election … more

At University of Texas, Secretary of State Rex Tillerson calls for modernizing NAFTA

The North American Free Trade Agreement is an important accord for the region — but it's also due for an update, U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Thursday during a speech at the … more

Spurs' winning streak ends after loss to Hustle

The Spurs saw their six-game winning streak come to an end Thursday night after a 120-115 loss to Memphis Hustle. more

Does business group's use of "dark money" for its political action committee follow state ethics rules?

The Texas Association of Business, the state’s de facto chamber of commerce, hasn’t been reluctant to talk about its opposition to last year’s “bathroom bill” that … more

LISD schools learn district fate after UIL realignment

The six LISD schools learned who they'll regularly play for the next two seasons when the UIL released its alignment Thursday morning. more

At Koch network retreat, Cornyn acknowledges a need for a tax reform sales job

U.S. Sen. John Cornyn, R-Texas, acknowledged last Saturday that Republicans will need to fight to sell their tax overhaul that was recently signed into law by President … more
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