Texas Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry said Wednesday during an 11 a.m. press conference that an ongoing felony abuse-of-power case against him won't delay his preparations for a possible 2016 presidential run. 12:05 PM
Colton Pitonyak's latest appeal was dismissed by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals on Wednesday, the highest appellate court in the state. Pitonyak is serving a 55-year sentence for the 2005 death and dismemberment of 21-year-old Jennifer Cave in a West Campus condominium.
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Round Rock police are investigating a fatal crash involving a union pacific train overnight. Officers say a man parked his car on the tracks and was struck just before 2 a.m.
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Capital Tonight: Perry Appeal Denied, Senate Budget
A judge denies former Gov. Rick Perry’s latest appeal to dismiss the abuse of power indictment against him. Karina Kling reports on the Texas Senate’s initial budget, which includes $4 billion in tax relief. 01:41 PM
Progress on Walnut Creek Trail Slowly Reaching Completion
Residents near Walnut Creek have been waiting years for a hike and bike trail that many believed would never happen, but now, it seems progress is slowly but surely being made to complete the project. Our Alex Stockwell explains why it's taken so long, and how long it will be until residents in North Austin can enjoy the space. 11:05 AM
Group Unveils 'I am Black Austin' Campaign
The Greater Austin Black Chamber of Commerce launched a new campaign to address the declining black population in Austin. 11:24 AM
Luxury, Horsepower on Display at Detroit Auto Show
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There was a time when four doors meant family car, not performance car. Our Ed Keiner has more on how automakers are blurring that distinction.
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Capital Tonight: Perry Appeal Denied, Senate Budget
A judge denies former Gov. Rick Perry’s latest appeal to dismiss the abuse of power indictment against him. Karina Kling reports on the Texas Senate’s initial budget, which includes $4 billion in tax relief. 01:41 PM
Sports Night: Texas’ Rally Falls Short at Iowa State, C.J Hinojosa talks Longhorn Baseball, Liberty Hill Remains Undefeated
No. 19 Texas made it interesting late, but No. 15 Iowa State was able to hold on for an 89-86 victory in Ames, Iowa. Texas shortstop C.J Hinojosa sits down with Joaquin Sanchez to discuss the upcoming baseball season. The Liberty Hill boys basketball team is off to its best start under 13th-year head coach Barry Boren. 01/27/2015 04:48 PM
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Tuesday night kicked off Paramount Theatre's 100th anniversary celebration. The iconic theater is a hot spot for plays, live music and red carpet movie premieres. 01:34 PM
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Check out this edition of "On the Town" to hear about what arts and entertainment events are happening in Austin this week. 11:58 AM
New Council Tackles Widespread Issues at First Work Session
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The Austin City Council gets its first taste of official business, but as our Jeff Stensland explains, many council members are worried about the growing workload they plan to create. 09:06 AM
Auschwitz Survivors Return to Concentration Camp
Washington, D.C.
Tuesday marked 70 years since the liberation of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp in Nazi-occupied Poland. Many of the survivors were back at the former camp Tuesday for an official commemoration. Our D.C. bureau reporter Geoff Bennett has the details. 10:21 AM
Judge Denies 2nd Request to Dismiss Ex-Gov. Rick Perry's Indictment
Texas
Tuesday, a Republican judge from San Antonio denied a second request by former Gov. Rick Perry's legal team to dismiss the indictment against him. Immediately following Tuesday's ruling, Perry's lawyers filed a notice of appeal, which means the case will go to the Austin-based 3rd Court of Appeals. 01/27/2015 04:16 PM