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The Time When Austin Learned to Start Worrying and Fear the Bomb

There are eerie echoes today in a Cold War-era civil defense film about preparing for an atomic bomb attack.

Boat Party Businesses Make Charity Splash to help Rockport’s Harvey Recovery

The owners wanted to raise money to help their Gulf Coast hometown recover from the hurricane. They did it the way they know best — they threw a party.

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UT Leaders Pledge DACA Support, But Actions Remain Uncertain

Austin’s Harvey ‘Megashelter’ Begins Plans to Close

In Central Texas, Bats Rule the Roost as a Tourist Attraction

Stars May Be Big and Bright in Texas, but None Is a Michelin

Nearly 9 Years After Ike, Lawmakers Are Still Studying How to Protect Texas Coast

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UT Professors to Fenves: Help College Students, Academics in Puerto Rico

Letter asks UT’s president to provide online access to libraries and other support.

After Whirlwind Summer, UT Golfer Finds LPGA Tour Future in Range

Winning the 2017 U.S. Women’s Amateur Championship put Sophia Schubert in three women’s major championships in 2018.

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

Shooting for Another Chance, Hoop Dreamers Keep Hopes Aloft in Round Rock

The Dog Days of Summer Raise the Woof at Dell Diamond

A Veterans’ Gaming Charity Blazes Trails, But Opens Old Wounds

Cadavers Remain Vital Partners in Training Doctors at Dell Medical