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PfISD logo Pflugerville ISD’s Board of Trustees unanimously approved the district’s proposal to draw new boundary lines for Weiss High School and Vernagene Mott Elementary, as well as adjust existing boundaries for several elementary and middle schools that are at or over...
Chris Fox/KLBJ photos As Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th president in Washington D.C., protests are happening in Austin. The first wave of anti-President Donald Trump protestors started out at the UT campus tower. They were decked out all in black with masks. There's a...
Capital Metro logo Due to several events being planned downtown Friday and Saturday, Jan. 20 and 21, Capital Metro is recommending people coming into the area use public transit. The agency encourages use of its online Trip Planner or the CapMetro App to plan trips. The app also...
(Photo Credit: Texas Department of Public Safety) William Bryars, the 17-year-old Dripping Springs boy police say attacked his mother with a hammer and a screwdriver, has been arrested by police in Alton, IL. Bryars was taken into custody by the US Marshalls after a short car...
(Photo Credit: Melynda Brant/KLBJ) With thousands of people expected to turn out in Austin to protest the inauguration of Donald Trump today, Austin police are asking that you plan way ahead before trying to head home from work. Expect major delays/street closures in Downtown...
(Photo Credit: Austin ISD) Students at McCallum High School are planning a walkout Friday. According to a flyer promoting the protest, the walkout will begin at 3:00 p.m., or at the beginning of 4th Period. The students plan to march out of the school and onto buses that will...
(Photo Credit: Shutterstock) A federal jury found Nancy Chan, a 39-year-old citizen of the United Kingdom and City of Austin employee, guilty of perpetrating a marriage fraud scheme. The jury convicted Chan of one count of conspiracy to commit marriage fraud and one count of...
Jon Cooley/KLBJ The Austin Independent School District showed off some of its students newest learning tools and announced plans to update the districts classrooms. With 3D printers, virtual reality goggles and more at the students' disposal, the District's Superintendent Dr...
Shutterstock photo Based upon feedback from Buda City Council members and citizens, City Manager Kenneth Williams is announcing the administrative decision to place on hold the scheduled fluoridation of the City of Buda’s water supply. This decision is not final and is in place...