Author: Christy Millweard

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Austin company Netspend plants to spend $30,000 to $40,000 this holiday season helping area shoppers with their grocery bills. [Read More]
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The Health Alliance of Austin Musicians says open enrollment has drained its Premium Assistance program. [Read More]
An ex-girlfriend accused Cristopher Precopia of breaking into her home and attacking her. He said he didn't do it -- but how could he prove... [Read More]
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An ex-girlfriend accused Cristopher Precopia of breaking into her home and attacking her. He said he didn't do it -- but how could he prove... [Read More]
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Texas Governor Greg Abbott said about 200 firefighters with 55 engines will be heading to help fight California wildfires on Monday morning. [Read More]
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On Veterans Day, one golf-loving Austin vet is encouraging you to find your passion -- and share it with a veteran. [Read More]
Seventy-seven kids. That's how many foster children Larry and Carol Green have taken care of in their home over the past 8 years, and that's... [Read More]
Florence Elementary students raised money for their school, and did acts of kindness at the same time. [Read More]
It's no secret that chemo therapy can cause patients to lose their hair, but this week one group is using the scissors on their doctor's... [Read More]
You may not typically think of schools as having unique architecture, but two campuses in Central Texas top a list of finalists for innovative design. [Read More]
Some residents in West Lake Hills in Austin said their neighborhood street has become a main thoroughfare and now they want something to change. [Read More]
It's been about 10 years since the $128 million bond was approved, but the district is finally putting the last of it to use. [Read More]
Pain, tingling, and weakness in your legs. That's just some of the effects of a rare gene mutation that hasn't had any treatment, until now.        ... [Read More]
Electronic person-to-person payments are making IOUs a thing of the past, a new report suggests. [Read More]
Fresh Chefs Society, a local non-profit, aims to empower young people transitioning out of foster care by teaching them about how to eat healthy and... [Read More]
In an effort to unite the residents and "beautify" East Austin, high school artists will get a big opportunity to showcase their work.        ... [Read More]
Since children are taught with a different curriculum than most parents learned, it can be difficult for parents to help. [Read More]
Since children are taught with a different curriculum than most parents learned, it can be difficult for parents to help. [Read More]
For some, it's not just an image issue. Overgrown medians affect walking, riding a bicycle and those traveling in a wheelchair. [Read More]
"We really just want to give back on Labor Day to these guys and just say thank you for them," said Sarah O'Toole.        ... [Read More]
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