The shooting in Uvalde came just days before the NRA holds its annual meeting in Houston.
2022 Runoff Elections
The Republican nominees will seek re-election against their Democratic opponents in November.
In winning the GOP primary runoff election, Christian fended off a surprise challenge from West Texas-based attorney Sarah Stogner.
KUT is launching a second ATXplained series just a little farther down I-35 in San Marcos. Here's how you can ask a question for SMTXplained.
The oak tree near Fifth and Lamar is more than 500 years old. And it's the stuff of legends.
A spokesperson for Abbott said he had previously committed to the event but all campaign-related activities are postponed until further notice.
The news conference will include Gov. Greg Abbott, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, Texas House Speaker Dade Phelan, Sens. John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, as well as Congressman Tony Gonzalez and state Rep. Tracy King.
Although monkeypox's recent spread has caused concern, its similarities to smallpox have given the public health world a head start on combating it.
The order will be signed Wednesday, the second anniversary of the murder of George Floyd while in police custody. But it only applies to federal law enforcement — not local forces
A shooting at an elementary school in Uvalde, Texas, marks the 27th such school shooting in the U.S. this year.
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A LOOK BACK AT APRIL: A demonstrator attends a rally at the Texas Capitol showing support for the transgender community on Trans Day of Visibility on April 2.
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Wildflowers and bluebonnets bloom off of Manor Road.
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Brianna Caleri, a freelance writer and photographer, at her home in Austin on April 5. Caleri is featured on the "Return of SXSW" episode of KUT/X's "Pause/Play" podcast.
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Students play outside during lunch at Highland Elementary School. In April, Austin ISD schools began following a state mandate to allow for more physical activity during students' daily schedules.
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Dirty Martin's owner Mark Nemir poses for a portrait at his restaurant on Guadalupe Street. The burger joint is one of several businesses that could be shut down or forced to move because of Project Connect, a transit plan that would have a light-rail system going through the land the businesses sit on.
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An instructional dummy used in medical education is set up at the newly renovated ACC Highland campus. The campus was previously the site of Highland Mall.
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Crowds at the Austin Animal Center watch a performance called "Dances for Dogs and People Who Walk Them." The group dance was choreographed by Forklift Danceworks and featured Austin Animal Center workers, local dog lovers and their dogs on April 23.
Gabriel C. Pérez
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Crowds walk beneath neon jellyfish hanging from trees at Ion Art's Surreal Garden installation at Zilker Botanical Garden on April 28.
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Audience members dance as Conjunto Los Pinkys performs during the first day of the Rancho Alegre Conjunto Festival on April 29 at Central Machine Works brewery in East Austin.
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Starbucks employee Amanda Garcia protests with coworkers and supporters outside a Starbucks in West Campus on April 30. Employees at the coffeeshop are seeking to form a union.
Life & Arts
- El empeño de Texas de prohibir la atención médica para la afirmación de género pone a los niños trans, a sus familias y doctores en una 'zona gris'
- Los actuales funcionarios Ken Paxton y Wayne Christian ganan las primarias republicanas
- El Paso y Buffalo sufren crímenes de odio casi idénticos
- El cuello oscurecido podría ser una señal de diabetes tipo 2. Pero los exámenes en Texas se han ralentizado.
- Hoy es el día de las elecciones primarias. Esto es lo que necesitas saber.
- Alamo Drafthouse owners bought an old school and promised affordable housing. Years later, there is none.
- TSA lines are out the door again at Austin's airport
- ERCOT's early call for energy conservation puts grid watchers on alert for trouble ahead
- Texas Supreme Court rules investigations into gender-affirming care can continue
- Austin's Latino community celebrates Parque Zaragoza's 90 years of history and traditions