Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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Feast of Sharing Feeds Thousands in South Austin

Thanksgiving came a couple days early for thousands of Austin area families. The Feast of Sharing took over the Palmer Events Center Tuesday evening and as our Jeff Stensland shows us, families enjoyed more than just a hot meal. 8:06 PM

Hundreds of protesters gathered at the Austin Police Department’s headquarters Tuesday evening to protest a grand jury’s decision to not indict the police officer who fatally shot an unarmed Missouri teenager in August.

7:58 PM

UT Journalism Expert Weighs in on Coverage of Ferguson

Overnight rioting in Ferguson, Mo. was covered live on national television and on Tuesday, critics took aim at the media, claiming speculation and sensationalism. Our Victoria Maranan spoke with one media expert who says it's up to journalists to keep themselves responsible.

8:28 PM

Fire Prompts Evacuation of South Austin Nursing Home

More than 100 residents of the South Park Meadows Nursing and Rehabilitation Center were evacuated from the facility Tuesday evening after a fire started in one of the rooms. The fire was quickly extinguished and an AFD spokesman say everyone should be able to return home tonight, except for the person whose room caught fire.

6:57 PM


Ask Dan Eaton Thanksgiving Special

Dan Eaton is helping make your Thanksgiving dinner a success! Turning the turkey upside-down this year? Confused about cold-water thawing or cooking temperatures? The Cooking at Home chef responds to your top Thanksgiving cooking questions in a special video blog.

5:30 AM






Pickup Truck Driver Killed in Collision With Train

A driver was killed in north Williamson County Tuesday afternoon when a pickup truck collided with an Amtrak train at the intersection of State Highway 96 and County Road 387, about a mile south of Bartlett. 1:40 PM


Capital Tonight: Open Carry in Texas?

In Tuesday's Capital Tonight, we take a look at the future of the open carry movement here in Texas and commentators Harold Cook and Ted Delisi examine the viability of the leadership challenge in the Texas House. 7:15 PM


Competing Open Carry Legislation Could Lead to Showdown

It's currently illegal to carry a handgun out in the open in Texas, but several lawmakers are trying to change that. As our Karina Kling reports, competing open carry legislation could lead to a showdown at the Capitol. 5:39 PM

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