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Baptist Conventions Address Safety After Sutherland Springs Shooting

Following the mass shooting in Sutherland Springs, two of the largest annual church conventions in the country gather this weekend. One topic that will be high on the agenda: church safety.

Prayer or Possibility? Abbott Wants Texas-Texas A&M Football Rematch

Gov. Greg Abbott wants to revive to annual football showdown between Texas and Texas A&M. Fans would love it, but making it happen isn’t easy.

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Georgetown’s Flag Display to Honor Heroes Amid Debate on Symbols

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

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

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Reforestation Experts Help Restore a Wild Blanco River

Two years after the flood deforested the riverside, landowners work closely with reforestation experts to create a riparian environment.

UT System’s Los Alamos Lab Bid Promises Prestige But Also Challenges

Managing the national laboratory could bring millions in research dollars to UT campuses. But the UT System also would have to address a string of serious problems there.

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

In Season of Goals, Freshman Berg Kicks Texas Soccer into Prominence

Through Patience and Perseverance, Texas Guards Start Last Season with Highest Hopes

Update: UT President Fenves Responds on Calls to Help Academics in Puerto Rico

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