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  1. Manor police seek woman who left son at Walmart

    Manor police seek woman who left son at Walmart

    A woman is wanted for abandoning her 10-year-old child after she was suspected of shoplifting and then confronted by employees at the Walmart store located in Manor, police say.

  2. Texas A&M student dead days after mono diagnosis

    Texas A&M student dead days after mono diagnosis

    A Texas A&M sophomore from Friendswood has died just days after being diagnosed with mononucleosis. Christy Crow’s family says she was diagnosed with the relatively common illness last week at a clinic in College Station.

  3. Texas seizes polygamist group's secluded ranch

    Texas seizes polygamist group's secluded ranch

    State agents have seized a polygamous group's Texas ranch where hundreds of children were removed during a 2008 FBI raid prompted by child sex abuse allegations.

  4. Pinballz Kingdom to open off I-35

    Pinballz Kingdom to open off I-35

    A familiar Buda landmark will soon become a new entertainment destination.

  5. TxDOT removes some ghost bikes for safety

    TxDOT removes some ghost bikes for safety

    You may have seen a bicycle painted all white sitting silently next to a busy road or highway.

  6. Handy teen builds house in mom's backyard

    13-year old Sicily Kolbeck made herself a little house in her parent's backyard. But not a treehouse, or a playhouse like you may imagine from a teenager.

  7. Man who kidnapped teen with Down Syndrome facing charges

    Man who kidnapped teen with Down Syndrome facing charges

    Family members are on their way to Harlingen to get a missing 14-year-old Magnolia girl who was found safe Wednesday morning.

  8. Senator wants LCRA's permit revoked

    Senator wants LCRA's permit revoked

    State Sen. Troy Fraser (R-Horseshoe Bay) is calling for action against the corporation that controls Central Texas water. According to Fraser, the Lower Colorado River Authority is trying to make up for money it lost.

  9. Lance Armstrong

    Lance Armstrong makes rare public appearance ... as a bike mechanic

    The disgraced former face of cycling appeared in a new video on Outside Online in one of his first public appearances since admitting to doping to Oprah in January 2013.

  10. Kepler's cool find: Another Earth-size planet

    Kepler's cool find: Another Earth-size planet

    "We now know that these Earth-size planets in the habitable zone of other stars exist," says Elisa Quintana of NASA's Ames Research Center and the SETI Institute, co-author of the study reported in the journal Science.

  11. Deputies capture escaped San Antonio inmate

    Deputies capture escaped San Antonio inmate

    After local authorities spent Thursday afternoon searching San Antonio for an escaped trustee, the 18-year-old Bexar County inmate was recaptured, according to the Bexar County Sheriff's Office.

  12. Suspect in custody after kidnapping, robbery

    A suspect is in custody after a kidnapping and robbery that began in a store parking lot.

  13. New cardiac MRI reveals hidden heart disorders

    New cardiac MRI reveals hidden heart disorders

    One Austin man and five of his relatives now have the chance at a much healthier life thanks to the genetic disorder revealed only through a cardiac MRI.

  14. Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine

    Jews ordered to register in east Ukraine

    Jews in the eastern Ukrainian city of Donetsk where pro-Russian militants have taken over government buildings were told they have to "register" with the Ukrainians who are trying to make the city become part of Russia, according to Israeli media.

  15. KVUE mourns the loss of one of its own

    KVUE mourns the loss of one of its own

    The KVUE family lost a longtime co-worker and friend Tuesday night.

  16. PTSA president clarifies stance on Taser incident

    PTSA president clarifies stance on Taser incident

    Sharon Shaw, president of the Stony Point High School Parents, Students and Teachers Association, said she was misquoted in a KVUE report Monday where she said on the phone that she was against the idea police using Tasers against students.

  17. Texas taxpayers to pay Perry's legal fees

    Texas taxpayers to pay Perry's legal fees

    Texas taxpayers will pay the legal defense fees for Gov. Rick Perry, who is under criminal investigation for allegedly illegally withholding state money from the Travis County District Attorney's office.

  18. Contractor hires sex offender to work at elementary school carnival

    Officials with the Manor Independent School District say an independent contractor hired a registered sex offender for a recent elementary school spring carnival.

  19. Teenagers arrested after arson hotline tips off case

    Teenagers arrested after arson hotline tips off case

    Two 14-year-old boys are in custody and charged with a first degree arson felony following a call to a tip line.

  20. APD searches for suspected bank, home robber

    APD searches for suspected bank, home robber

    Austin police say a man who robbed a bank in South Austin Monday used a car stolen from a home invasion earlier that day.