Tuesday, September 02, 2014

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Brothers Arrested for Theft in South Austin

Police say the brothers, John and James Burkey, 41 and 35, were known through South Austin neighborhoods for knocking on doors late at night and asking for money. 11:28 AM

Even with their brightly colored vests, you may not have given much thought to how important crossing guards are. Unfortunately, about a dozen schools in the Austin area are without them. Time Warner Cable News' Jess Mitchell spoke with a woman whose job as a crossing guard has brought her incredible joy.

Updated 6:21 AM

Austin leaders want more from the city's smallest golf course. The number of golfers visiting Butler Park Pitch and Putt has nearly tripled in the last decade. As our city reporter Jeff Stensland explains, the city's after more than just improvements.

6:35 AM

Upcoming Events Help Veterans Find Jobs

A new season is upon us, and many people will be looking for new jobs. Two events this week will help veterans connect with potential employers. Our Jess Mitchell has more.

9:24 AM





City Hosting Public Input Meeting on River Recreation

City planners in New Braunfels have scheduled a public input meeting Thursday night to address river recreation, as many residents have voiced concerns about safety and littering along area waterways. 6:54 AM


David Ash Out with Concussion for BYU Game

David Ash, quarterback for the University of Texas Longhorns, will not play Saturday against BYU, Coach Charlie Strong said in a press conference Monday morning. Team officials said he suffered a concussion the first time he was hit in Saturday’s game against the University of North Texas. 09/01/2014 11:47 AM


Dove Hunting Season Begins

While many had a lazy Labor Day morning, started out their day with a bang. Our Victoria Maranan tagged along with a group of hunters on the first day of dove hunting season who tell us this season may be better than last year's. 09/01/2014 04:39 PM


Despite New Hotels, Additional Rooms Still Needed

Real estate experts say that even after the many hotels under construction are finished, Austin will need even more to ease its ongoing hotel overcrowding problem. Learn more in this "Business Now." 09/01/2014 03:13 PM


Neighbors Fear Float Fest's Effects on San Marcos River

The holiday weekend and a music festival had thousands of people floating the San Marcos River. Russell Wilde shows us why neighbors say things have gotten out of hand and law enforcement is stepping up. 09/01/2014 09:39 AM

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