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Palo Duro Reservoir. Moore County Journal photo via YouTube, used with permission.

A Texas County Invests $39 Million in a Lake That’s Almost a Dry Hole

Moore County has received no water from Lake Palo Duro, and a bill now in the Legislature won’t turn on the spigots or ease the county’s financial burden.

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

Ten things to know about the bat colonies that draw visitors to Austin, San Antonio and other locales.

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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

Fewer Foreign Applicants Could Mean Fewer Jobs Around Texas Colleges

Police Impersonations Aren’t Frequent, but They’re Still Troubling to Authorities

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Delicious and Dangerous, Avocados Can Be a Slippery Menace

Avocados seem so innocent. But there’s a hidden danger in trying to dislodge their pits.

Cadavers Remain Vital Partners in Training Doctors at Dell Medical

As some substitute software for real bodies, the UT-Austin school uses both in its study of anatomy.

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

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

Hospice Austin Works to Break Down Barriers

Despite Growing Numbers of Seniors, Geriatricians Remain a Rarity