Austin March 2 is Texas Independence Day, which celebrates Texas' time as an independent nation. Our Jess Mitchell stopped by the Bullock Texas State History Museum Monday morning to find out more. 01:49 PM
An 18-wheeler fire has shut down a portion of Southbound I-35 near 1431 in Round Rock Monday morning. The area is expected to re-open between 11 a.m. and noon.
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This year marked the 86th annual Zilker Kite Festival a tradition that typically brings out thousands to celebrate the start of spring, but Sunday's weather was anything but spring-like. Our Alex Stockwell shows us some brave kite fliers who didn't let the cold ruin their day.
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Austin Business Journal Releases List of City's Top Realtors
The Austin Business Journal just released its list of the top real estate agents in Austin. Colin Pope, editor of the Journal, brings our Amy Hadley more details in this "Business Now." 12:48 PM
Throw a Vintage Tea Party for your Marvelous Friends
Part of being “House Proud,” is entertaining. You’ll be scoring some serous hostess points by throwing one of Sophie Parrott’s parties. 01:32 PM
Hundreds Wrap Up Black History Month in East Austin With Celebration
Hundreds of people spent their Saturday wrapping up Black History Month with a vivacious celebration. The African American Heritage Festival has become a tradition in East Austin. Time Warner Cable News’ Alex Stockwell shares why the event is cherished by the community. 03/01/2015 03:57 PM
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Capital Tonight: Texans Address CPAC
Sen. Ted Cruz and former Gov. Rick Perry address a high-profile conservative conference as they try to make their case for a 2016 run. More on that, plus David Dewhurst's former aid is sentenced to prison, and secular Texans voice their concerns at the state Capitol. 02/27/2015 06:09 PM
Reporter Roundtable
Bob Garrett with the Dallas Morning News, Morgan Smith with the Texas Tribune and Mike Ward with the Houston Chronicle join the panel to discuss the week in Texas state politics, from tax cuts to pre-K funding, to presidential campaigns. 02/27/2015 06:09 PM
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University of Texas Hosts "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" Day
It's one of the largest events of its kind and it was held at the University of Texas. Girls from across the state are exploring engineering. It's part of the annual "Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day.” Our LeAnn Wallace introduces us to some of our state's future engineers. 03/01/2015 05:14 PM
Store Owner Looks Back as Change Comes to 'The Drag'
The stretch of Guadalupe Street along the UT campus known as "The Drag" is known for its variety of shops and restaurants. Many shops come and go, but TWC News' Alex Stockwell explains why one mainstay is closing down after nearly 40 years of service. 02/28/2015 01:44 PM
Second 'Marigold Hotel' Movie Blooms Exotic Charm
In 2012, "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" became a surprise hit around the world. Now the old folks are back with a sequel and some new surprises. Our Victor Diaz sits down with some of the stars in this "Cinema Spotlight." 12:34 PM
Smithville ISD Teacher on Leave for Racist Remark
A Smithville Independent School District teacher is on administrative leave for inappropriate comments made in class Thursday. Students say the teacher made a racially insensitive remark to a classroom full of students. Parents tell our Mitch Goulding they believe it's a deeper-rooted issue the district needs to address. Updated 02/27/2015 05:45 PM
Dozens of Accidents Blamed on Icy Roadways
Austin-Travis County EMS reported 80 accidents from midnight to 9 a.m. Saturday caused by icy roads while authorities in Burnet say the slick conditions contributed to a deadly wreck on Highway 29. 02/28/2015 04:06 PM