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The Leander City Council unanimously voted to established a new citywide COVID-19 Emergency Business Grant on Wednesday aimed at helping to provide working capital to Leander businesses to help them … more
Holding up a single covid-19 test kit, Williamson County Judge Bill Gravell said WilCo received 1,000 covid-19 test kits on Monday.  more
The Cedar Park City Council will meet online-only Thursday to consider a proposal to establish a Small Business Assistance Program to provide financial assistance to Cedar Park businesses adversely … more
A Cedar Park nurse Elisheba Zarahiah and her two daughters Jordan and Aiah, all of whom work in North Austin-area hospitals or medical labs, have suddenly found themselves living paycheck to … more
The planned release of the Showtime document "Outcry," which documents former Leander High School football star Greg Kelley's conviction for sexual misconduct with a child and subsequent full … more
The Leander Independent School District Board of Trustees approved new grading policies amid the covid-19 pandemic at a special-called meeting on March 31, after individuals voiced concerns over not including any second semester grades when calculating grade-point averages (GPA) and class rank for high school students.  more
The first-degree murder suspect in the March 22 Cedar Park shooting had fought with the victim over the victim's girlfriend prior to the shooting, according to the arrest affidavit filed Travis … more
The planned Leander City Council meeting scheduled for tonight was suddenly cancelled this Wednesday due to technical difficulties with streaming the meeting."We were having problems testing our … more
It’s an unusual display for a hot and humid March – an illuminated Statue of Liberty surrounding by tree filled with Christmas lights and other holiday displays while being backlight by a … more
Leander Mayor Troy Hill issued an order Thursday temporarily relaxing the City of Leander's sign regulations for "essential businesses" as defined by the recent "shelter in place" emergency orders … more
“Even in the most adverse conditions, we can adapt,” Simon Niblock, a Marriage & Family therapist in Austin, said.  more
The Williamson County and Cities Health District has only 113 covid-19 test kits on hand, County Judge Bill Gravell said today. Private providers in the county have 70 test kits on hand.  more

The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) announced five new positive covid-19 cases on Monday, bringing the total to 42.??

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The Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) announced three new positive covid-19 cases on Saturday, one of the new cases resulted in the County's first death, bringing the total to 37.??

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Williamson County and Cities Health District (WCCHD) has received notification of the first covid-19 death in Williamson County.

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The Leander Independent School District will continue to suspend normal school operations through April 13, aligning with the Travis and Williamson County stay-home order. 

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The Cedar Park City Council took the unprecedented move Thursday of going exclusively online for its meeting, and unanimously voted to postpone the May 2 municipal elections to Nov. 3, as part of the … more

In a memorandum sent to all local law enforcement, County Attorney Dee Hobbs debunked rumors about individuals being asked to provide "employer letters" when outside of their residence during Williamson County's stay-at-home orders. 


Cedar Park Interim Police Chief Mark Harmon and Leander Police Chief Greg Minton also released statements via social media addressing the misinformation. 

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The Leander Independent School District Board of Trustees and administration discussed extending school closures until April 13 to be in alignment with both Travis and Williamson County stay-at-home orders, at a meeting yesterday. 

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First-degree murder charges were filed against the suspected shooter in Sunday's now fatal Cedar Park shooting after the victim died of his gunshot wounds at the hospital Wednesday, according to the … more
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