Thursday, April 24, 2014

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Local underog hopes for shot in the NFL

The saying goes it's not the size of the dog in the fight, but the size of the fight in the dog. With the NFL Draft just a couple weeks away, our Rex Castillo has the story of an underdog from Copperas Cove.

04/23/2014 07:05 PM

Shoal Creek construction to kick off Monday

After years of erosion, Shoal Creek in Central Austin is set to see some improvements. Construction crews are breaking ground on the $6.2 million project next week. Our LeAnn Wallace has more on what park users can expect.

04/23/2014 03:42 PM


Disaster in West: One year later

It’s been a year since the massive explosion of a fertilizer plant rocked the small McLennan County town of West, killing 15 people and destroying dozens of homes and other buildings. In this special, we look back at the blast and the progress of the recovery in the year following.

04/17/2014 09:44 PM




Kids in the Hall members talk Moontower Comedy Festival

Mark McKinney and Scott Thompson, two members of the legendary Canadian comedy group Kids in the Hall, stopped by the Time Warner Cable News studio Wednesday to talk the upcoming Moontower Comedy Festival. 04/23/2014 05:11 PM


City raising funds to give Republic Square Park makeover

One of Austin's original parks is getting a makeover as soon as the city can find the money. Republic Square Park had its last major overhaul in the 1960s, but city leaders say more can be done to meet future needs. Our Jeff Stensland shows us how the park will look and where the money's coming from. 04/23/2014 06:18 AM


Is Texas ready to ease marijuana laws?

A recent survey has people talking marijuana law reform, but is Texas ready for change? Our John Salazar spoke to one group which is continuing its grassroots efforts to pass reform in the next legislative session. 04/22/2014 05:26 PM


Bikini Sports Bar CEO plans mass growth for next year

In this "Business Now," hear about Bikini Sports Bar and Grill founder and CEO Doug Guller. The entrepreneur, who also runs some restaurants and nightclubs around town, is set to bring in about $35 million this year from his Bikini franchise alone. 04/23/2014 08:36 AM

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