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51 min ago | KUT-FM Austin
Supporters of the State Highway 45 Southwest toll road project showed up in the hundreds Tuesday night at a Texas Department of Transportation public hearing on the project's draft environmental impact statement.
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Leaders of a Central Texas county have accepted more than $715,000 in state funds to create a private defender's office to help poor people.
A woman working at a Sunset Valley restaurant used a credit card skimmer to steal information from more than 500 customers, according to an arrest affidavit.
At the beginning of the month, it was becoming clear Republican State Senator and nominee for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton could become toxic to the entire Texas Republican slate.
Texas football players Kendall Sanders and Montrel Meander will be in Travis County court Aug. 7, two weeks after they were charged with felony sexual assault.
The Travis County Commissioners Court will debate the proposed budget and hear public comments up until a final Sept.
Greg Abbott may have been representing Texas in a suit against Farmers Insurance for the past decade, but that hasn't stopped him from taking over $125,000 from Farmers Insurance PAC since 2005--including over $75,000 since 2013.
Texans For Public Justice filed the complaint against Republican State Sen. Ken Paxton with the Travis County District Attorney's Office.
The July 15 campaign finance deadline set off a flurry of 10-1 activity, much of which we covered in the Chronicle 's July 18 overview .
Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) July 27-- Cash was so tight at the nonprofit Lone Star Circle of Care that when rosy earnings projections did not materialize this spring, the Georgetown-based clinic system for low-income patients risked going under.
A coalition of Texas disability advocates sued ride-share companies Uber and Lyft on Thursday as part of dozens of lawsuits filed around the state ahead of the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
In 1997, the legislature passed a bill that said only people under the age of 20 had to wear helmets, and that's still the case today.
From one jumpsuit to another, a new Travis County program is training inmates to become beekeepers after their release from prison.
When two University of Texas football players emerged from Travis County's Central Booking facility Thursday after being charged with sexual assault, they had only paid a $20 fee for their release.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:52 am
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