Texas Hundreds of Muslims from around the state headed to the Capitol Thursday. They planned to rally peacefully for their biennial Texas Muslim Capitol Day event, but they were quickly disrupted by a small group of anti-Muslim protesters trying to drown them out. Our Karina Kling was there and shows us what happened outside and even inside the Capitol. 01/29/2015 07:07 PM
Who owns the water under your property? That question has caused a water fight that could affect much of western Hays County. Our Hay County bureau chief Russell Wilde tells us about what's being proposed and why it has neighbors concerned.
01/29/2015 06:42 PM
Austin city leaders face a steep learning curve as they delve into city business. Our city reporter Jeff Stensland joins us from City Hall.
01/29/2015 06:30 PM
Leaders Plan to Redevelop Cedar Park’s Historic District
City officials with Cedar Park hope to transform its historic downtown into a destination district. Leaders believe with a little work, Bell Boulevard could once again become the heart of the city. Our Mitch Goulding shows us how lots of people are coming out to let city leaders know what they think. 01/29/2015 09:18 AM
Sports Night: Kyler Murray’s UT Recruitment, Spurs Win Again, UT Softball Wants National Championship
The world of Twitter has made football recruiting go bananas. The San Antonio Spurs took down Charlotte 95-86 Wednesday, and the Texas softball team is ready to rock. All that and more in this edition of Sports Night. 01/29/2015 04:28 PM
Decades in the Making, State Highway 45 Moves Forward
State Highway 45 is closer to becoming a reality. The three-mile highway would connect MoPac and FM 1626 in south Austin. City and county officials met with an environmental group Wednesday to approve an agreement that set guidelines for construction. Chris Cybulski shows us how this was 25 years in the making. 01/29/2015 09:24 AM
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.
01/23/2015 03:48 PM

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Sports Night: Kyler Murray’s UT Recruitment, Spurs Win Again, UT Softball Wants National Championship
The world of Twitter has made football recruiting go bananas. The San Antonio Spurs took down Charlotte 95-86 Wednesday, and the Texas softball team is ready to rock. All that and more in this edition of Sports Night. 01/29/2015 05:28 PM
Capital Tonight: Perry Responds to Indictment Ruling
Former Gov. Rick Perry comes out swinging again against the felony indictment against him after a judge's ruling to continue the case. Open-carry activists have made themselves very visible at the start of the new session, but have they still missed the mark when it comes to gaining support? And we talk with experts about the House and Senate's initial budgets. 01/29/2015 01:16 PM
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Capital Tonight: Perry Responds to Indictment Ruling
Texas
Former Gov. Rick Perry comes out swinging again against the felony indictment against him after a judge's ruling to continue the case. Open-carry activists have made themselves very visible at the start of the new session, but have they still missed the mark when it comes to gaining support? And we talk with experts about the House and Senate's initial budgets. 01/29/2015 12:16 PM
TWC News Launches ‘Fit Kids February’ Initiative
Austin
Our Jess Mitchell kicks off our “Fit Kids February Initiative” at the American Heart Association. 01/29/2015 12:18 PM
Putting Together a Stylish Study Space
Texas
Having a functional, stylish study space won't get you an A on a paper, but it may help you want to hit the books. On this “House Proud,” we find out what it takes to put together a great study space. 01/29/2015 12:42 PM
How Parents can Help Kids Stay Safe Online
Texas
Millions of teens are logging online to socialize with friends. In this “Parenting Report,” we'll show you a healthy way for parents to help their kids stay safe and responsible online. 01/29/2015 01:57 PM
Eight Companies Hope to Help AFD Hire Cadets
Austin
More than a half dozen companies want to help the Austin Fire Department hire its newest recruits. The federal government stopped AFD’s hiring in 2012 after it found problems with the applicant pool's diversity, but even now, some of those in the ranks say the process has problems. City reporter Jeff Stensland explains why. 01/29/2015 09:52 AM