The YMCA is doing something a little different that will change the way kids are being watched at its centers.
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Runners were hoping by now lighting would be added to the trail along with call boxes similar to ones on the UT campus.
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The church’s Pastor Frank Pomeroy focused on the meaning of Christmas, despite heartbreak.
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The road stretches from North Austin into Cedar Park and Leander. Drivers are worried because they said the area has outgrown the road.
It’s similar to Amber and Silver Alerts, but aimed at protecting police. The FCC is looking at making it consistent across the country.
A Central Texas mother remains in jail after police say she abducted her daughters from their AISD school.
Matthew Ellis was laid to rest in Kingwood, Texas, near his hometown of Humble northeast of Houston.
Beyond a black tarp surrounding the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, a memorial has been created to remember lives lost.
Sutherland Springs First Baptist Church Pastor Frank Pomeroy led the sermon and said, “Rather than choose darkness … we choose life.”
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Two state lawmakers are trying to halt a proposed solid waste facility from moving near some neighborhoods and a future school.
Customers said Bow Tie Roofing Systems signed contracts after some hail storms going back to more than a year, but work never started.
New safety requirements include better warnings printed on the tubs with information about drowning and falling, among other things.
Concussions are keeping girls out of games much longer than boys. A new study says girls take longer to heal from a brain injury.
Runners using the Lady Bird trails say safety improvements need to be made, especially after three attacks in the past month.
It’s a drug that gripping the suburbia but experts say the crisis isn’t addressing the problem head-on.