Monday, July 28, 2014

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Lawsuits May Seal Important Facts About West Blast

Valuable health and safety information about the 2013 fertilizer plant explosion in West could be hidden from the public forever because a judge has approved confidentiality agreements for more than a dozen lawsuits relating to the case. 07/27/2014 11:02 AM

The East Austin community came together for the screening of "Which Way Home" Saturday, a documentary that shows the danger unaccompanied children seeking refuge into the U.S. face before reaching the border. Our Victoria Maranan spoke with members of the group who hosted the event and found out why they say it's important to see the border crisis through children's eyes.

Updated 07/27/2014 04:30 PM

Citizen Outcry over San Marcos City Improvements

After nearly two years of construction, closed roads and traffic congestion in downtown San Marcos, a group of citizens stood in protest of the $15 million improvement project. Our Alese Underwood talked to people on both sides and shows us what's next on the city's checklist.

07/27/2014 09:42 AM


TWC News Summer Selfie Campaign

TWC News wants to see how you are enjoying the summer months. Tweet, Facebook or e-mail your selfies to us all season long.

06/01/2014 03:19 PM





Tubers Attempt to Set New World Record

Nothing says a Texas like floating a river on a hot day with a few friends — or perhaps several hundred friends. Russell Wilde shows us how a Texas singer set out for a record-breaking river trip. 07/27/2014 09:26 AM


Fort Hood Soldier Dies from Illness Contracted in Afghanistan

Pfc. Donnell Hamilton Jr. died at Brooke Army Medical Center Thursday after contracting an illness in Afghanistan. The 20-year-old had been stationed at Fort Hood since April of last year and served in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. 07/26/2014 11:05 AM


Border Volunteers Plead for Compassionate Solution

The humanitarian crisis along the U.S.-Mexico border shows little sign of ending. Sacred Heart Church in McAllen has become a makeshift shelter as undocumented families continue on their uncertain journey. Our LeAnn Wallace has that story for us from the Rio Grande Valley. 07/25/2014 04:47 PM

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