A flood warning for Blanco River in Wimberley has been cancelled, but the water will continue to rise into the night.
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Doctors say it doesn’t have any long term side effects like sexual complications.
Some do not know where their family members are in Syria.
The Health and Human Services Commission has proposed cutting reimbursement rates for at-home caregivers in two Medicaid waiver programs.
They’re learning important life skills, like how to make the bed, how to cook safely and why it’s important to exercise.
Lawmakers have filed bills to improve screening and treatment for mothers with the illness.
Travis County ESD No. 1 chief believes a funnel cloud damaged homes, but the National Weather Service was unable to confirm a tornado.
They’re using mathematical equations to predict how cancer tumors will grow and respond to therapy.
“It’s very hard to listen to a song they’ve created and not get touched by it.”
Instead of shopping for dresses and finding dates, students at Eastside aren’t sure they’ll even have a prom.
The school says it was a difficult decision based on financial constraints.
The procedure costs just under $2,000, and typically requires just one treatment.
Urology Austin said the attack happened on Jan. 22 and within minutes they were alerted and able to shutdown the network the data was on.
They’re building transitional homes in the Hill Country for foster children who turn 18.
It includes more health care providers in the mediation process along with freestanding emergency rooms.
The medicine is used to treat life-threatening allergic reactions.
About 35 percent of their budget comes from government entities, include federal, state, city and county money.
Some rely on grants to fund research on life-saving treatments.
Rather than trying to forget about the trauma, patients confront it through virtual reality.