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Twin Peaks Shooting Update
4:52 pm
Tue May 19, 2015

New Details Emerge in Twin Peaks Shooting

Waco Police Department gives new details in the Twin Peaks shooting Tuesday morning
Carlos Morales

Information revealed today is shedding light on the events leading up to and after the deadly shootout in Waco this weekend.


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Nine dead, at least 18 injured
5:32 pm
Mon May 18, 2015

174 Bikers Jailed, Held on $1Million Bonds

Carlos Morales

The bonds for the 174 bikers charged with engaging in organized criminal activity have been set at $1 million each. 


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"Click it or Ticket" Campaign Begins
4:58 pm
Fri May 15, 2015

State and Local Officers to Crack Down on Those Unbuckled

Carlos Morales

The Texas Department of Transportation is gearing up to issue tickets for drivers and passengers without their seatbelts.


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Texas Legislature
4:56 pm
Fri May 15, 2015

Texas House Kills Off Bills During 15-hour Session

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The Texas House hit the one of the most important deadlines in a Legislative session last night: The deadline for initial approval of a House bill. 

The 15-hour fight leading up to the midnight cut-off had some Republicans trying to race through a stack of bills, trying to get to one that would have further restricted same-sex marriage. While Democrats went out of their way to run out the clock by prolonging the debate on each and every bill. KUT’s Ben Philpott reports.


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Behind the Story
2:56 pm
Fri May 15, 2015

Behind the Story: Support and Empowerment

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Last week we aired a story about the Support and Empowerment program at McLennan Community College. The program helps single parents navigate through their educational journey, offering parenting workshops, one-on-one talks and general assistance. After that, we'll hear more from the program's coordinator and two single mothers who were interviewed for the story. 
 


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