All evacuees of the Rolling Pines Fire will be able to return home by 6 p.m. Wednesday, County Judge Paul Pape said.
The high-quality masks will go to pharmacies and community health centers starting this week in an effort to control the spread of COVID-19.
Most of us will eventually get COVID but that's not an invitation to party with omicron. Here's why you might want to hang onto your mask and keep cautious a little longer.
Multiple neighborhood streets have been evacuated in Bastrop County as emergency officials try to stop the Rolling Pines Fire from spreading.
Austin voters to decide on decriminalizing small amounts of weed and banning no-knock warrants in MayThe Austin police department already has a policy of not ticketing or arresting people for low-level marijuana offenses, but the department still uses no-knock warrants.
As a working musician, Shelton has never had a steady income. He might have a good month and make $4,000, or he might have a slow one and barely earn enough money to pay rent.
Carol Anne Rose Kennedy has been showing up to City Council meetings since 2005. Most of the time, she sings.
The Texas League of Women Voters says this shortage is disproportionately affecting the thousands of newly naturalized citizens they usually register each year.
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