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Update on the Rachel Cooke Case, Students Circumvent Internet Limitations, and James Comey's Tell-All | April 13, 2018

Hour one of the Todd and Don Show:

• A former APD officer talks about why he left APD and how difficult the job was

• On April 17th, Tax Day, certain restaurants are offering free food

• Construction to start in May for the Kalahari Resort and Convention Center in Round Rock that will be completed by 2020

• Some students in Leander ISD have figured out how to circumvent filters to view inappropriate content on the school’s laptops


Hour two of the Todd and Don Show:

• TECH NEWS: Google is exploring a feature to be included in some Google products that can figure out who is talking in a room with facial recognition and be able to amplify their voice

• Unemployment has reached the lowest numbers in 17 years at 4.1%

• James Comey’s interview with George Stephanopoulos is set to air on Sunday. He will be talking about his tell-all book and some people are saying he is a liar


Hour three of the Todd and Don Show:

• There are new developments in the disappearance case of Rachel Cooke. A car was found in Williamson County. Rachel was 19 when she went missing in 2002

• VIRAL VIDEO: A mom is upset as a childcare worker recorded and uploaded a video of her daughter where she was terrified after the Easter Bunny visited her class

• Under the Covers: This exclusive is bigger than Facebook as Don interviews Mark Zuckerberg

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