Texas University of Texas Provost Gregory Fenves has been named the sole finalist for school president after a months-long search for a leader. The 58-year-old is the university's chief academic officer and serves as second-in-command behind outgoing University of Texas President Bill Powers. Updated 05:13 PM
A few seconds of planning now could make a big difference in a life or death situation. That's the message of a new video designed to help you survive a mass shooting. Our Hays County Bureau Chief Russell Wilde shows us how the people who normally train police are trying to prepare citizens.
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Memorabilia from a time gone by has a new home at L.C. Anderson High School. The artifacts come from the days when Anderson was a segregated, black-only school in East Austin. They’ll be permanently displayed on the campus in Northwest Austin.
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Sports Night: Valero Texas Open Day 1, Texas Relays, Spurs Talk Consistency, Local Preacher Shares Inspiring Story
The first round of the Valero Texas Open on Thursday saw winds reach 38 mph, and the scores reflected those conditions. Texas Relays kicked off this week at Mike A. Myers stadium, where former Longhorns Leo Manzano and Kendra Chambers each took first place in the 800 meter finals. Spurs guard Manu Ginobili stressed the importance of consistency, something the team has lacked this season. 12:14 PM
City Hall: Council Backs State Bill to Reduce Tolls, AFD Asks for New Division Chiefs
The Austin City Council threw its support behind a state bill that would cut the cost of tolls on SH 130, diverting big rigs off I-35. The council also gave the green light on construction for ABIA’s new garage and bought more time for Recycled Reads on Burnet Road. Our City Reporter Jeff Stensland has more in his council wrap. 10:35 AM
Pet of the Week: Buddy
Even though he is missing a leg, today’s "Pet of the Week" still loves to play. Lauralei Combs has more on Buddy. 03:39 PM
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1 on 1: Joseph Califano
Joseph Califano, Former HUD Secretary and adviser to President Lyndon Johnson, joins the show to discuss his book about his time with the 36th President. 12:17 PM
Capital Tonight: School Choice Bills
The Senate hears hours of heated debate on the controversial school choice plan while "open carry" gun bill moves along in the House. Governor Abbott receives his first piece of legislation in the House, and Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced a grant for meal delivery programs for the elderly. 12:17 PM
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Pet of the Week: Combo
Today’s "Pet of the Week" is actually part of a group of three. Meet Combo, a 15-year-old Manx cat. 03:43 PM
Man Dead in I-35 Bridge Beam Crash in Salado
Both directions of Interstate 35 in Salado were closed into the early hours of Friday morning after an 18-wheeler hit a bridge under construction around 11:15 a.m. Thursday, killing one and injuring three others. Our Mitch Goulding was at the scene shortly after the crash happened to find out more. Both northbound and southbound sides of I-35 have re-opened. Updated 08:45 AM
Livestrong Foundation Names New CEO
The Livestrong Foundation now has a new president and CEO. Starting April 6, 36-year-old Chandini Portteus will take over as CEO and president of the foundation after long-time CEO Doug Ulman recently stepped down. 12:41 PM
Perfecting Your Plank
Planks are difficult, but they are great for your core. Our Jess Mitchell has more in this "Active Now." 12:47 PM
School Voucher Debate Heats Up in Senate Education Committee Thursday
A more than nine-hour committee hearing on school voucher bills set up what's likely to be a long road ahead for the legislation. The Senate Education Committee heard testimony Thursday over a plan that would let families get state funding to remove children from struggling schools and send them to private alternatives. Our Karina Kling has more on the clash over so-called school choice. 03/26/2015 08:27 PM
Wetter than Normal Spring Expected Thanks to El Nino
We are heading into spring, and typically that's a time of year when we see more wet weather. This year, we could be getting an extra boost from Mother Nature. TWC News Meteorologist Mary Wasson explains. 03/26/2015 06:51 PM
Spring Flowers Blooming All Over Texas
Wildflowers are blooming all over the state of Texas. Winter rains have helped create fields of color, but where should you go to see the blooms? In his search for all things uniquely Texan, Russell Wilde shows us some legislatively endorsed destinations. 03/26/2015 03:32 PM
Austin Woman Celebrates 105th Birthday
Alice Holland celebrated her 105th birthday Thursday with a party at the Texas Preparatory School of Austin. Holland’s grandson is the school's superintendent and believes the kids can learn from his grandmother, calling her a living history book. 03/26/2015 08:00 PM
Firefighters Train for Emergency Railroad Response
Firefighters from several cities took part in training sessions on how to stop dangerous leaks when trains crash or derail held in Taylor. The sessions are part of a program dedicated to educating emergency responders. 03/26/2015 05:57 PM
Meals on Wheels and More Receives Grant
Meals on Wheels and More got a big boost from the Texas Department of Agriculture Thursday. Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced an $8.5 million grant for the nonprofit. The Travis County division will receive more than $460,000 of the grant. 03/26/2015 06:54 PM

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