During what's called "prescribed burns," the city will set fire to a portion of land to improve the quality of groundwater.
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The Texas economy is on fire. The state added 660,000 new jobs last year – more jobs than any other, and twice the number of ...
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As attitudes around marijuana become more favorable among voters in Texas, reform advocates say it’s high time for lawmakers ...
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The latest results from a Texas Lyceum poll show an erosion of trust in some of America’s most important institutions, ...
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Dorothy "Dottie" Watkins started driving buses in 1994 when she was 19 years old. Now 48, Watkins has served as interim ...
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Choreographer Deborah Hay has been based in Austin since 1976. And this year, she is one of three resident artists at Texas ...
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Now, a fight is brewing at the state Capitol over that very issue. It pits powerful industries, politicians and regulators ...
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The bills would ban governments and citizens of China, Iran, North Korea and Russia from buying property in the state.
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The Texas Legislature is required to approve changes to political boundaries during the first regular session after census ...
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The $25 million entertainment venue will feature 12 movie screens, 12 bowling lanes and 7,200 square feet of gaming and attractions.
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It was really exciting," said Fred Britton, who was lounging at Zilker Park last week. "I've done it a bunch of times. I did ...
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This legislative session, public radio stations across Texas want to answer your wonkiest, weirdest and wildest questions about property taxes in the state. What questions do you have? We want to find ...
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