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Disability Community in Travis County Grapples with Parking Abuse

A diving accident in 2001 left Mack Marsh bound to a wheelchair. The mishap severed his spine and limited his mobility, but that wasn’t all. His body could no longer regulate its temperature, something he did not learn about until a year later. On a hot summer day, as Marsh and his 4-year-old son were […]

Prayer or Possibility? Abbott Wants Texas-Texas A&M Football Rematch

Gov. Greg Abbott wants to revive to annual football showdown between Texas and Texas A&M. Fans would love it, but making it happen isn’t easy.


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Shooting Competition Attracts More and More Texans, Women and Juniors Included

A gun competition built on camaraderie is growing in popularity among Texas target shooting enthusiasts.

Women’s Marchers Seek Signs the Movement Has Staying Power

Some wonder: Were the marches the start of a new women’s movement, or just a passionate moment of protest against Trump’s election?

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The Banned: Stories of Austin Immigrants Affected by the Trump Order

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