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Despite having a goal to re-open them, the city of Austin will not re open Govalle and Shipe pools for summer of 2018.
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Following several recent incidents off campus, UT students tell KXAN their concerns about safety in the area are escalating.
The mural had been there since 2013, and the artist, Chris Rogers, was only notified after it had been painted over.
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A political group inaccurately stated that property taxes are frozen for Travis County seniors.
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KXAN hosts AISD bond debate.
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