Wednesday, September 17, 2014

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Neighbors Mount Fight Against Development Plans

Plans for a Northwest Austin business park have neighbors worried. Developers say the plans aren't finished yet but early designs call for high-rises. As our city reporter Jeff Stensland explains, that's not sitting well with some. 6:50 AM

Texas Governor Criticizes Mexico Border "Failure"

In a sharp criticism of Mexico's "failure" on immigration and crime policies, Texas Gov. Rick Perry has invited President Enrique Pena Nieto to visit his state and observe law enforcement efforts on the U.S. side of the border.

11:43 AM

Party Tonight Celebrates Music, Boardwalk

A party tonight will celebrate the Austin Music Foundation's move to the South Shore District. Our Jess Mitchell started the fun a little early this morning and met up with musician John Pointer to talk more about the foundation and tonight's event.

8:33 AM


Austin's 10-1 Election

Interactive Map: Do you know what district you live in? Austin voters will soon pick one candidate to represent their own geographic district under what's called the 10-1 plan. That's not all--after Election Day, Austin will also have a new mayor. We've compiled an interactive map and candidate bios to keep you informed ahead of Nov. 4.

Updated 09/09/2014 12:19 PM






18-Wheeler Crash in Bastrop County Kills 1

A Tuesday wreck at U.S. 290 and Highway 21 in Bastrop County caused an 18-wheeler to spill a load of rocks on both the east and westbound lanes of 290, killing one person. 7:13 AM


Child Specialists: Education Key in Curbing Child Abuse

Local advocacy agencies are turning to the public to help curb the number of child abuse cases in the state. Social services specialists tell our Mitch Goulding education and awareness of the public play a major role in bringing down those numbers. 09/16/2014 07:01 PM


4 APD Officers Cleared in 2013 Deadly Shooting

The four officers who shot 54-year-old Herbert Babelay last April will not face any charges stemming from the shooting, a Travis County grand jury has decided. 09/16/2014 03:48 PM

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