Loughran was supervising Deputy Jessica Hollis on the night she was swept away and killed by floodwaters in 2014.
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The plans were proposed after a three-year, multi-million dollar study looking into solutions for congestion on the highway.
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A hearing was held Wednesday to determine whether Loughran should be reinstated as a deputy, after being terminated in March.
Four completely new outdoor pools would be built in four different areas of town: northwest, northeast, southwest and southeast Austin.
City planners hope a city bond proposal will go through in 2018, allowing for funding of storm drainage projects downtown.
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It’s been nearly a week since bridal company Alfred Angelo shut down its stores nationwide.
Drivers say they can’t tell the difference between new and old lane striping on parts of I-35.