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The southbound Express Lane is expected to open later this fall.
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Uber says there are thousands of deaf drivers nationwide.
There have been 39 incidents so far in the 2017 school year, compared to 33 from the same time the year before.
More than 1,200 people took part in 2016. The organization is expecting hundreds more on Sunday.
Shortage of workers stunting growth, according to manufacturers.
Responding to the needs of Hurricane Harvey victims has left the organization scrambling to take care of Austin area families.
President Trump ordered a review of the State Dept’s J-1 Visa Program back in April.
Zilker Park won’t fully reopen until late December.
It’s part of the Weird Homes Tour on Saturday, Sept. 23.
The Lower Elgin Road Bridge is a truss bridge in Bastrop County.
Janet Choe treats her stage 4 cancer as an opportunity, not a death sentence.
Austin Community College says each year, the cost of tuition for colleges and universities nationwide goes up around 6 percent.
Some Austin Firefighters plan on honoring 9/11 first responders by serving the victims of Harvey.
Operation Blue Santa is collecting toys for Hurricane Harvey’s youngest victims.
The Baylor Scott & White Cancer Center in Round Rock opened its doors at the beginning of September.