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In Harvey’s Wake, Evacuees Mourn Their Losses and Worry About Their Future

In Red Cross shelters, state park campgrounds and motels, people who fled the hurricane are weighing whether to return to certain devastation in their hometowns, or find new places to live.

UT Leaders Pledge DACA Support, But Actions Remain Uncertain

If Congress does not create a legal pathway for DACA recipients to remain in the country, many will be vulnerable to possible deportation.


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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

Colleges Wrestle with How to Handle Hate Speech but Protect Free Speech

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In Central Texas, Reloading Ammunition Is More Than a Hobby

Business is booming for small companies that remanufacture ammunition. Central Texas is a hotbed for the industry.

Female Soldiers Face Higher Risk of Training Injuries, Study Finds

Carrying 50-pound backs during training can be punishing for women. The military is responding with equipment adapted for their bodies.

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

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

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