Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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Round Rock ISD students encountered an extra hurdle heading back for their first day of school. A City of Austin water project has cut the number of lanes in front of McNeil High School in half. On top of that, drivers will now have to deal with that construction for an extra two months due to a delay--but the school district tells our Mitch Goulding that traffic hasn't been as bad as expected.

08/26/2014 03:59 PM

Gov. Rick Perry Adds 7th Person to Legal Team

Politico reports Gov. Rick Perry has added former John McCain adviser Steve Schmidt to the team that's handling his felony charges, bringing the total number of people on Perry's legal team to seven.

7:07 AM

Police Arrest Members of Crime Group Linked to 24 Austin Burglaries

Last week, the Austin Police Department arrested three suspects associated with a crime group called the Felony Lane Gang for their involvement in at least 24 burglaries at day care centers, fitness centers and parks in the Austin area. Each is facing three or more felony charges.

8:08 AM

Law Enforcement Officers Learn Tips to Prevent Tech-Related Crimes

Law Enforcement officers from throughout Central Texas are in San Marcos to learn how to handle technology-related crimes against children. Our Russell Wilde shows us why experts say parents need to be more involved in what their kids are doing online.

08/26/2014 06:54 PM





Wendy Davis Lays Out Education Plan

Democratic gubernatorial nominee Wendy Davis wants to make sure Texas students are better prepared for the future. Our John Salazar caught up with the state senator in San Antonio, where she laid out portions of her education plan. 08/26/2014 07:07 PM


Bastrop County Settles Lawsuit for $775K

Bastrop County has settled the lawsuit filed by the family of Noe De Rivera, the Cedar Creek High School student shocked by a sheriff's deputy’s Taser last year, for $775,000. 08/26/2014 06:15 PM


Judge Recuses Himself from Greg Kelley Case

Judge Billy Ray Stubblefield has recused himself from the Greg Kelley case, leaving it up to the Texas Supreme Court to appoint a replacement to decide if Kelley's defense will get a new hearing to present evidence. 08/26/2014 06:44 PM

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