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At UT-Rio Grande Valley, Help for Undocumented Students Materializes Slowly

Changing immigration policy has undocumented students clamoring for more support from colleges and universities.

In this Ring, Aspiring Wrestlers Grapple with Opponents Within

“Learning The Ropes” pulls back the curtain on an upstart professional wrestling school in Austin, Texas. For the students and trainers here, the performance lifestyle of wrestling has become a way out of – and for some a way into – very real personal struggles. Produced, shot and edited by Eric Goodman and Trenton Daeschner, […]

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UT Grapples with How to Improve Its Process for Reporting Sexual Harassment

Austin School Board Begins Process of Changing Confederate Names of 5 Campuses

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Expat Voters Could Tilt the Results of Mexico’s July 1 Election

Allowing expatriates to register abroad could boost participation in Mexico’s July 1 presidential election. Among the almost 260,000 people of Mexican descent in Austin, about 70,000 are Mexican-born.

Texas Agriculture Seeks to Expand International Markets

Trade associations promoting agribusiness, from cotton to cattle, reach out to other countries as tariff threats between the U.S. and China loom.

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

Shooting Their Shot: Wheelchair Basketball Team Finds Home and Builds Family on Court

As Crowds Grow, State Parks Plan to Add Day-Pass Reservations

Nursing Shortage, Identified in 2000, Is Not Yet Eliminated

Copa de la Diversión Seeks to Lure More Latinos to Minor League Ball