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The next vaccine fight could be coming to a daycare near you.Texans for Vaccine Choice, a group focused on anti-vaccine policy, says it has received hundreds of calls and emails from parents of … more
Federal officials said Texas should be doing even more to improve special education — and they're planning a visit early next year to check.In an October letter, officials from the U.S. Department … more
It was a Sunday night in the middle of August, and the Texas House Freedom Caucus had grown frustrated with state Rep. Dennis Bonnen. more
Like it or not, the 2020 election cycle has already arrived in Texas. Votes were still being tallied in the Nov. 6 midterm elections... more
AUSTIN – Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell to 3.7 percent in October, down from 3.8 percent in September 2018, reaching its lowest level since the state unemployment data series … more
Thanks to a resolution passed by the Cedar Park City Council on Nov. 15, two life-sized statues of three military service members will be installed at the city's Veterans Memorial Park. The council … more
The State Board of Education has voted to keep Hillary Clinton, Helen Keller and several other historical figures in the Texas social studies curriculum. The Texas Essential Knowledge and … more
Gasoline prices in Austin have fallen 5.3 cents per gallon in the past week, averaging $2.33/g yesterday, according to GasBuddy's daily survey of 830 stations in Austin. This compares with the … more
With the holiday season underway, the Cedar Park Police Department is ramping up enforcement efforts to keep local roads safe from impaired and distracted drivers.“Thanksgiving is ordinarily one of … more
Home for the holidays? There are many ways to celebrate and help others in Cedar Park, Leander and surrounding areas. Here are some events to bring cheer to your holiday season whether it be seeing a … more
When Denise Taylor heard police sirens, she rushed to the porch of her Chicago apartment to look down the street. more
Pedernales Electric Cooperative will offer 10 local high school students the opportunity to visit the nation’s capital next summer as part of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association’s … more
The head of the Federal Communications Commission got on his high horse this week and told phone companies they better do something about robocalls. Or else."Combating illegal robocalls is our top … more
The parents of two Cedar Park girls, aged 5 and 6, accused of never sending their children to school or teaching them to communicate have both been arrested and charged with first-degree … more
For years, school finance reform has been a messy political challenge that Gov. Greg Abbott has been reluctant to wade into.But an 86-page slide show titled “Improving Student Outcomes and … more
Employees from Pedernales Electric Cooperative (PEC) have joined together at the Central Texas Food Bank in East Austin to help hungry families in need.On Nov. 1, 120 PEC employees took over the food … more
Some drivers say problems with construction on an extension of New Hope Drive doesn’t appear to be helping traffic, despite the project’s overall goal of increasing capacity for traffic traveling … more
Lineworkers from Pedernales Electric Cooperative won eight awards at the International Lineman’s Rodeo on Oct. 13 in Bonner Springs, Kan. Every single competitor from PEC earned an award during the … more
The Leander City Council is considering making changes to the city’s regulations on access management with the goal of freeing up traffic near developing lots next to thruways or other high-volume … more
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