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Rundberg Neighbors Rally to Restore Vandalized Community Garden

The damage was a blow to a low-income community that struggles with crime. But within a few weeks, the repairs were done and people were back tending their beds.

Trump Immigration Policies Chill Some School Protests

After immigration raids, many Austin students fear speaking out will draw attention.


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Churches Offer Sanctuary to Immigrants Fearing Deportation

Since Donald Trump was elected president, churches in growing numbers are joining a new sanctuary movement to house immigrants in jeopardy of being deported.

Travis EMS Community Outreach Program Helps Reduce 911 Calls

Team reaches out to the homeless and the home-bound, to provide care and reduce reliance on expensive emergency room visits.

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

Public TV, Radio Stations Bracing for Possible Loss of Federal Support

Threat to Federal Arts Funding Worries Local Nonprofits

Bar Stool Racing Puts Zip Into an East Texas Town

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