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It's Friday and Don goes under the Covers with the bossman, the effort to help curb homelessness in Austin gets a new update, and China declares their official stance depending on the outcome between the US and North Korea. Also on the show this morning Texas marijuana...
The city of Austin wants to raise your taxes next year by 14.4%. Don's financial advisor has told him to get the hell out of Austin or else he'll never be able to retire. Also on the show this morning: Alexa Can Now Read Audiobooks To You Pets United Soccer League Announces...
Photo Credit: NewsRadioKLBJ Facebook San Antonio College geography instructor Charles K. Smith is making waves on social media after wearing protective combat gear to class to protest the state's campus carry law. Last week, Smith went to class sporting a camouflaged bulletproof...
Photo Credit: Shutterstock This morning on the show, Todd and Don read your local headlines including one story in particular that sparked the poll question of the day. It was announced on Tuesday that the city of Austin will receive $513,732 in funding to help combat...
Don hijacks today's show after he says he heard a UFO in his neighborhood. Also on the show A old-timer teaching geography at San Antonio College comes to school wearing bullet-proof armor in protest of campus carry. http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/08/08/college-professor-wears-...
Photo Credit: WikiCommons On Monday, Google fired a software engineer after he wrote an internal memo that questioned the company's diversity efforts. The memo, called “Google’s Ideological Echo Chamber,” argued that the low number of women in technical positions was a result...
Photo Courtesy: Shutterstock | IM_photo We're getting closer to being more like the Jetson's than we may have thought. Analysis by investment bank UBS has found that the technology for remotely controlled planes that can carry people and cargo could start appearing by 2025. Here...
Photo courtesy of: Shutterstock | Sainstock Video taken during a traffic stop along U.S. Route 101, south of San Jose, CA has caused quite the debate over the officer’s decision to keep his weapon pointed at the passenger for more than nine minutes. After stopping the vehicle...
Photo Courtesy: Shutterstock | Adisa In 2014, Austin voters rejected the Project Connect bond referendum that would have funded a $1.4 billion starter "urban rail" line to be built from Highland in the north to the East Riverside Drive corridor in the south. According to the...