Austin A federal judge could decide Monday whether to block the start of Austin's new housing ordinance. The ordinance would prohibit landlords from denying people a lease based on their source of income—which means landlords would be required to accept housing vouchers as a source of payment if the tenant meets all other move-in requirements. 11:07 AM
Many people made a commitment to get organized this year, and a great place to start is your home. Our Jess Mitchell met with a home organizer this morning to find out more.
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For the 21st year in a row, Austin's 3M half marathon brought in thousands of runners. This year's event welcomed a sell-out number of participants. Our Alex Stockwell shares what some runners used to inspire them for the 13.1 mile challenge.
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City, Cap Metro, AISD Launch Community Engagement Program
On Sunday, the City of Austin, Capital Metro and the Austin Independent School District launched Conversation Corps. Every month, groups will meet around town for a hosted conversation, discussing an "issue of the month" for one of the three partner agencies. 02:30 PM
More Development Could Come to Cedar Park
Cedar Park is among the fastest growing cities in Texas, and someone with some pretty deep pockets is interested in making sure that trend continues. Find out more in this "Business Now." 04:38 PM
David, 10, Determined to Find Forever Family
It’s not every day you meet a kid who is smart, kind, outgoing and looking for a family to adopt him. But that’s the case for 10-year-old David, who wants parents more than anything. Our Jennifer Borget met up with him at Mt Playmore, where he opened up about finding the forever family of his dreams. 04:05 PM
Highlights from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
TWC News at the NAIAS
Our Ed Keiner shares some of his favorite highlights from this year's 2015 North American International Auto Show.
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Capital Tonight: Patrick Appoints Committees, Reporter Roundtable
The Senate leadership for the new session is set. Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick announced members and chairmanships of all 15 committees Friday. The Texas Supreme Court has announced it will decide whether the state's school funding plan is unconstitutional. 01/24/2015 02:55 PM
Sports Night: Spurs Lose in Chicago, Ty Detmer Talks Texas Sports Hall of Fame and Deflated Footballs
A big third quarter from the Bulls pulled Chicago away from San Antonio in the Windy City Thursday. The Houston Astros came to Central Texas Thursday to meet their fans, plus Hammerin’ Hank Aaron speaking on UT’s campus. 01/23/2015 07:00 PM
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Demonstrators Rally Against Abortion at Capitol
Anti-abortion groups marked the anniversary with a rally. They celebrated the recent strides state lawmakers have made to curb abortion here in Texas. Our Alex Stockwell has the story from the capitol. 01/25/2015 01:39 PM
PAX South Draws Thousands of Game-Lovers
In its first year in Texas, the PAX South gaming festival drew thousands of people to the Alamo City. For many, board games stole the show. 02:15 PM
Dripping Springs Tennis Player Rules the Court
This week's Austin Area Chevy Dealers Scholar Athlete is a senior tennis player at Dripping Springs High School. Sam Brodsky's nomination form came with a four-page list of awards and a quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson. We sent our Chris Cybulski to see exactly who Brodsky is. 01:53 PM
Neighbors On Edge After Two Men Linked to Two More Austin Murders
Austin Police say these two men are responsible for three murders in December. 01/24/2015 03:02 PM
Cycling Event Causes Damage to Zilker Park
Throughout the year, Zilker Park is used for a wide variety of events. From ACL to the Trail of Lights, the park sees its fair share of action. But a recent cross-country cycling event left the grounds in rough condition. Our Alex Stockwell, shows us the extent of the damage and what needs to be done to get Zilker back in shape. 01/23/2015 08:43 PM