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AUSTIN

State Leaders Bound for Border Briefing

Texas lawmakers met along the U.S./Mexico border Tuesday to consider ways to curb human trafficking. Our LeAnn Wallace was there and has this report. 7:33 PM

A week after his conviction, people in Leander continue to rally around Greg Kelley. The 19-year-old, former star football player agreed to a 25-year prison sentence after being convicted on two counts of super-aggravated sexual assault, but as our Mitch Goulding reports, Kelley's supporters are still fighting to set him free.

6:45 PM

Despite the recent rains, Central Texas is still on the verge of drought. Our Dan Robertson spoke with a local water expert for an update on how our area is faring water-wise.

7:12 PM

Showers Grace Austin Thursday Morning

A weak disturbance prompted some rainfall across Austin and Central Texas Wednesday morning, marking the best chance for precipitation all week.

8:58 AM

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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

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AUSTIN

City to Discuss ID Cards for Illegal Immigrants

As humanitarian groups reach out to help the hundreds of immigrant children who have crossed the U.S. border through Mexico, city officials in Austin are still considering how they can help. Our Alese Underwood has more on a possible effort to provide identification cards to undocumented individuals. 7:21 AM

AUSTIN

APD Officers File Race, Age Discrimination Suit

Eighteen APD officers have filed a lawsuit against the city for race and age discrimination. According to the Austin American-Statesman, the officers say they were forced out of the Austin Police Department’s organized crime division last year and were replaced by young, white officers. 8:45 AM

AUSTIN

Making Summer Reading Fun

For some parents, getting their children to read can be just as difficult as getting them to eat their vegetables. During the summer months, reading is a great way for kids to keep up their learning while school is out. Our own Jennifer Borget takes us to the library where kids are working out their brains and taking part in summer reading. 12:03 PM

AUSTIN

Palestine Supporters Rally at Capitol

Dozens of people showed up at the Capitol to protest what they say is an attack on Palestinian civilians. The Israeli offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip started more than two weeks ago. 7:35 AM

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