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AUSTIN

Runners Take Part in 24th Annual Turkey Trot

Before they cut the turkey, 22,000 runners packed downtown Austin for the 24th annual ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot. As our Chris Cybulski shows us, it's a race that's become quite the tradition. Updated 1:39 PM

Meals on Wheels volunteers helped hundreds of Central Texans have a happy Thanksgiving, helping deliver 420 meals to their most vulnerable clients.

4:44 PM

Operation Turkey is in full swing for Thanksgiving. During the annual tradition, 1,000 volunteers will prepare, package and deliver thousands of meals to people living in Austin's streets.

9:18 AM

Holiday Volunteering with the Kids

With the holiday season now upon us, you might be looking for ways to give back with your children. Jennifer Borget has more on the topic with LiveMom.com's Nicole Basham.

12:23 PM

Capital Tonight: State's Public Schools Continue to Grow

The state's public schools continue to grow. Capital Tonight’s Karina Kling reports on how that growth could affect decisions next session. The Quorum Report’s Harvey Kronberg weighs in on the latest presidential poll.

11/26/2014 05:54 PM

IN THE SPOTLIGHT

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.

11/25/2014 05:30 AM

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HUTTO

Hutto Hopes New Survey Data Will Lure Grocers

A new study could help Hutto land its first grocery store. The city hired a strategy firm to see how much money retailers would make if they move into the growing city. They tell our Mitch Goulding with this new data, it's only a matter of time before a grocer finally bites. Updated 9:33 AM

FREDERICKSBURG

Fredericksburg Celebrates German Heritage with Christmas Pyramid

Many towns throughout Texas light Christmas trees to symbolize the start of the holiday season. In Fredericksburg, people also light something that pays homage to the town’s heritage. In a search for all things uniquely Texan, Russell Wilde shows us the significance of the Christmas pyramid. 9:50 AM

BASTROP

Judge Denies Reed's Motion for Additional DNA Testing

A visiting judge has denied death row inmate Rodney Reed’s request for additional DNA testing. Reed is on death row for the rape and murder of 19-year-old Stacey Stites, but his attorneys believe testing the evidence would prove his innocence. Our Alex Stockwell was in the courtroom and explains what's next for Reed. Updated 11/26/2014 10:14 AM

AUSTIN

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. Updated 11/26/2014 10:38 AM

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