Magellan says they were able to recapture all free-standing oil at the site Thursday night.
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Affordable housing was a big sticking point that kept the project on hold for years.
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Three other pools have been closed permanently this summer.
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The maintenance is in anticipation of increased MetroRail service next year.
The last design for the street was back in 1970.
The Greg Kelley Foundation has planned a rally outside the Williamson County Courthouse for 8 p.m.
Good reminder, troopers don’t need probable cause to stop someone on the lake.
Senate adjourned around 2:30 a.m. Thursday. House Bill 22 was the final bill discussed.
The State Senate has until midnight Wednesday to consider all of the bills that have been presented to them this session.
Travis County Commissioners have set aside $5.5 million for flood mitigation efforts in southeastern Travis County.