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Credit card skimming ring stretched from Sunset Valley to Round Rock »

12:47 pm | Catalina Jaimes-Ferrara and Miguel A Naranjo-Villadoniga Related Coverage ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) – A woman working at a Sunset Valley restaurant used a credit card skimmer to steal information from more than 500…

Jul 30 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
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San Diego Comic-Con: It’s Grown, It’s Changed, It’s Sold Out, It’s Gone Hollywood, It’s Still Great »

12:48 am | That the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC), which happened last weekened, has jumped the shark, gotten too big, sold out,…

Jul 31 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Is Amazon Evil Because It Wants to Charge You *Less* for E-Books? »

12:48 am | I love e-books. Now, I love books that I put on my book shelves also. I have a lot…

Jul 31 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Ed Krayewski Talking NSA Reform, Pay Days on The Jerry Doyle Show »

12:48 am | Shilling for his new, almost patented “Spy-B-Gone” contraption? Oh, and Ed, much love to Garibaldi. You can read the…

Jul 31 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

The People’s Republic of China Goes Austrian? »

12:48 am | What does an average guy from the West like myself know about China? Tienanmen Square, the Great Firewall, communism, and collectivism. One…

Jul 31 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

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Round Rock Residents Should Say “No” to New Debt. »

01:51 am | According to the April/May “Community Impact”, Round Rock residents may get an opportunity to say “No” to more city debt, “No” to wasteful city spending, and “No” to debt without representation. The last time the city issued new debt was in 2002, about 10 years ago.  Ironically, the city is still paying on that debt.…

Apr 8 2013 / No Comment / Read More »

End of Precinct Voting in Williamson County and more… »

09:31 pm | The September/October issue of Community Impact has, as usual, lots of depressing news for Libertarians.  Despite its conservative reputation, Williamson County and Round Rock governments continue business as usual with such initiatives as allowing sales tax dollars in Round Rock to be used for business welfare initiatives, the centralization of our voting institutions with the…

Sep 4 2011 / 1 Comment / Read More »
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End of Precinct Voting in Williamson County and more… »

09:31 pm | The September/October issue of Community Impact has, as usual, lots of depressing news for Libertarians.  Despite its conservative reputation, Williamson County and Round Rock governments continue business as usual with such initiatives as allowing sales tax dollars in Round Rock to be used for business welfare initiatives, the centralization of our voting institutions with the…

Sep 4 2011 / 1 Comment / Read More »
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Round Rock ISD parents, employees offer input on budget cuts »

01:18 am | Hundreds of parents, students and school employees packed the Round Rock High School cafeteria Feb. 15 to share ways to address the district's anticipated budget shortfall for the 2011-12 school year, estimated as high as $73 million.…

Feb 18 2011 / No Comment / Read More »
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Williamson County Politics

Credit card skimming ring stretched from Sunset Valley to Round Rock »

12:47 pm | Catalina Jaimes-Ferrara and Miguel A Naranjo-Villadoniga Related Coverage ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) – A woman working at a Sunset Valley restaurant used a credit card skimmer to steal information from…

Jul 30 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Deputy in North Austin crash expected to be OK »

12:47 pm | Related Coverage AUSTIN (KXAN) — A Travis County Sheriff’s motorcycle deputy was hurt when a car pulled in front of him at the…

Jul 30 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Illegal “straws” freely drawing water from area lakes »

12:46 pm | Related Coverage AUSTIN (KXAN) — The current drought in Central Texas is the second worst in history. Lake Travis and Lake Buchanan…

Jul 30 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Woman appeals ruling on Texas affirmative action » Traffic update: Use MoPac or Sh 130 to avoid SB I-35 » Deadly crash shuts down I-35 south at Braker Lane » Texas regents pick McRaven as chancellor finalist » Texas regents pick McRaven as chancellor finalist »

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INVESTIGATIVE SERIES: Hurting for Work (Part 3 of 4) »

12:43 pm | TYLER — Crystal Davis was headed to the grocery store when the text message popped up on her phone. It was from…

Jul 24 2014 / No Comment / Read More »

Kelley convicted of sexual assault, agrees to 25 year jail sentence »

06:44 am | After a weeklong trial, 19-year-old Greg Kelley was convicted last Tuesday on two counts of super aggravated sexual assault of a child.…

Jul 24 2014 / No Comment / Read More »
Cedar Park city leaders unveil new Comprehensive Plan draft » Wilco votes in pay hike for elected officials’ salaries » Cedar Park tax office closed Thursday » Cedar Park tax office closed Thursday » LISD’s cost per student comes in above $7,000 »

Recent cases put spotlight on care for abused children »

12:46 pm | On a quiet, rural road on the outskirts of Georgetown, a quaint yellow Victorian style house provides a tranquil retreat for children, and a place where their voices can be…

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