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Above all, this is a time for nutty, weird politics.
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I work in a clinic where the vast majority of my patients are on government-funded health care and have never worked a day in their...
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Some Central Texas veterans took the trip of a lifetime this week.
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Local law enforcement is urging the public to lock and hide after reports of car burglaries rise.
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What is a Texas Democrat, and why do they matter? That's no easy task, because most Texas Democrats couldn't tell you.
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Austin City Council released a staff report Tuesday that identifies eight potential city-owned locat...
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"Everyone should care when the federal government thinks it can do whatever it wants on your private property."
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A President Trump staff member has been sworn in as the United States Attorney for the Western Distr...
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Paul Pape has drawn a contender in his bid for re-election as Bastrop County judge in 2018.
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Former State Senator and Texas Land Commissioner, Jerry Patterson, has filed to run for commissioner again.
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The director of the city's future sobriety center — a building where Austin police offic...
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The deadline for candidates to file for the March primaries was Monday.
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Governor Greg Abbott today posthumously awarded the Texas Legislative Medal of Honor to Master Sergeant Travis Earl Watkins of the United States Army. "May...
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Three-year-old Zachary Ogletree doesn't speak. But after two years of therapy, he's learned other ways to communicate with his...
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As graduate students from Houston to Austin to College Station protest proposals to tax the value of their "free" tuition, Texas colleges and universities are...
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A man was arrested after he pointed a loaded handgun at an officer who had fallen to the ground duri...
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He suffered a heart attack on Nov. 16 while attending a Republican Governors Association conference in Austin, Texas, and has been recovering at a local...
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"This is a moment in time where we might be able to change the culture, and we need to stand up and call for that."
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Former Ray Elementary PTA Vice President Natalie Hudson-Rapp and her husband are charged with stealing about $16,000 over six months.
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Chris Del Conte will begin this week as UT's vice president and athletics director, UT President Gregory Fenves said.
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