Thursday, July 31, 2014

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Police Seek Public's Help in Finding Rock-Throwing Suspects

Drivers may want to show extra caution while driving on Interstate 35 through downtown Austin late at night. Police are searching for someone who has been throwing large rocks at cars. Our Victoria Maranan spoke with investigators who tell us how these projectiles can be deadly. 07/30/2014 07:25 PM

Domestic violence can be one of the most difficult forms of abuse to notice and to prosecute. Last year in Texas, more than 100 women died, victims in their own homes. Our Alese Underwood tells one woman's story of survival, along with how police are cracking down.

07/30/2014 06:46 PM

Perry Sees Boost in Polls Following Action on Border

It appears Governor Perry's handling of the border crisis resonates with Republican voters. According to a new Fox News poll, 12 percent of Republicans polled said they'd like to see Perry become their party's nominee 2016. Our LeAnn Wallace what the poll means for the governor amid the crisis.

07/30/2014 04:51 PM

Mayor Hosts Tour of Proposed Urban Rail Route

On Wednesday, Austin and Capital Metro leaders took a promotional tour of the proposed Urban Rail path, hoping to convince voters that congestion relief would be a major benefit, but as our Mitch Goulding reports, some groups believe private developers will be the real winners.

07/30/2014 05:29 PM


TWC News Summer Selfie Campaign

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06/01/2014 03:19 PM





So-Long to the Music Festival Wristband?

Music festivals like ACL could get a high-tech update to its wristbands, but sooner or later they could be gone for good. Find out more in this “Business Now.” 07/30/2014 10:25 AM


Another Appeal Filed in UT Race-Based Admissions Case

Attorneys for Abigail Fisher have filed an appeal to overturn a ruling that upheld the use of race in the admissions process at the University of Texas. Fisher, who is white, sued the university in 2008 after she was denied admission, claiming that less qualified minority students where admitted ahead of her. 07/30/2014 07:25 AM


Maintaining Correct Tire Pressure

Your tires may look fine, but sometimes the pressure can be off—impacting everything from fuel economy to your car’s safety. Find out more in this “Driver’s Ed.” 07/30/2014 12:19 PM


Shoulder Replacements on the Rise

You've probably heard of a total knee or hip replacement, but doctors say the number of total shoulder replacements is on the rise. TWC News’ Todd Boatwright has the story of one man who's reaching "new heights” after his operation. 07/30/2014 11:14 AM


Despite Judge's Ruling, Austin Still Charging Drainage Fee

Austin water customers may be in for a surprise when they get their utility bill this month. A district judge ruled that the City of Austin's drainage fee is unfair, but you'll still find that fee on your bill. Our Victoria Maranan has more. 07/29/2014 04:15 PM

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