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According to data from U-Haul and the U.S. Census Bureau, it appears not as many people are moving to Texas as you may believe. [Read More]
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People's livelihoods are now being pulled out of the water months after intense flooding destroyed thousands of homes along the Colorado River. [Read More]
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There are places now where you can walk out with beer, but those are classified as "brewpubs," not "breweries." [Read More]
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"It's really scary to know that this problem is relevant and that my friends could be affected," Marks explained, as tears rolled down her eyes. [Read More]
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Work just got a lot safer for a Leander K-9 named Kodi and his handler, Officer John Carnley. [Read More]
Wahl clippers is donating $1 to the "Zero" prostate cancer organization for each facial hair trim at Austin's Pecan Street Festival. [Read More]
This is the 13th year "Parking Day" is being celebrated around the world and the fourth year it's happening here in Austin. Approximately 20 installations... [Read More]
The "Food 4 Thought" food truck will serve students in Austin ISD, along with two others. [Read More]
Officials with the Austin Water Department said scuba divers found zebra mussels covering the filters of several water intake pipes. These pipes are responsible for... [Read More]
Nearly 1,000 volunteers joined forces for the 24th Annual Lake Travis Cleanup event, hosted by Keep Austin Beautiful, the Colorado River Alliance and Travis County... [Read More]
According to Beto O'Rourke's campaign site, the free rally will be at Auditorium Shores in Austin on Saturday, Sept. 29. [Read More]
The guardrail will serve as a safer and more secure barrier between regular traffic and runners and bikers who use the Roy Butler Hike and... [Read More]
Road closures have become a constant inconvenience for Hays County residents every time it rains there.        ... [Read More]
"I'm concerned about my children getting exposed to all of this," said one protester against a rock-crushing quarry in Spicewood, Texas. "I have asthma so... [Read More]
"For UT football players to come up to the hospital, that's awesome," said one hospital patient. [Read More]
At Kick Butt Cafe -- located on the corner of Airport and Koenig -- the restroom requires a special code, and a sign on the... [Read More]
Many businesses on Central Texas waters depend on the Labor Day weekend to cash in, as it's the unofficial end to the summer season. [Read More]
"It means a victory because, for now, we can help others renew their DACA permits," Yuridia Loera said. [Read More]
"It means a victory because, for now, we can help others renew their DACA permits," Yuridia Loera said. [Read More]
Despite being fully committed in covering the disaster, I never thought I'd see the day I would lose my very own childhood home. [Read More]
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