For too many in a central Texas town hit hard by Hurricane Harvey, there’s simply nowhere for them to cook a holiday meal.
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Groups that serve people who often have to go without are stepping up their efforts to provide holiday meal staples.
Friday’s Clinton book signing sold out in two and a half hours. Last year’s Bruce Springsteen event sold out in one minute.
This year’s Creek Show is the first since construction started on the major redevelopment project along the creek.
Karen Pence wrote last month she wants to “shine the light on art therapy” programs, like the one she’ll see Wednesday in Austin.
Unmanned aerial vehicles — better known as drones — are finding their place in new applications every day.
More than two months after Harvey made landfall, there’s still a need for relief efforts.
Veterans advocates at St. Edward’s University say entrepreneurship can help make the transition to civilian life easier.
The group in charge of the project wants to give younger generations first-hand accounts of the atrocities humans are capable of.
The 9-year-old could win $250,000 if her idea gets the most votes.
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In Austin, stores opened at 6 a.m. Thursday.
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Animal advocates want the county to contract with the City of Austin, which doesn’t routinely kill coyotes.
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Businesses in Fayette County are still struggling to reopen two months after Hurricane Harvey.