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
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.
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Austin Police say these two men are responsible for three murders in December.
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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
Thousands Attend PAX South Gaming Expo
An expo geared towards gaming kicked off in San Antonio Friday, with organizers expecting thousands of attendees. See Annette Garcia's story along with a photo gallery of the event. 01/23/2015 08:36 PM
Highlights from the 2015 Detroit Auto Show
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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. Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick announced members and chairmanships of all fifteen committees Friday. On this episode of Capital Tonight we break down the surprises plus discuss a new name taking a leadership role. Then, the Texas Supreme Court has announced it will decide whether the state's school funding plan is unconstitutional. We’ll bring you up to speed on the next step, plus our reporter roundtable discusses what the timing means for this legislative session. And Governor Rick Perry had plenty to brag about in his farewell address, but was it all true? Gardner Selby from Politifact Texas joins us to separate fact from fiction. 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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