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“If you only have a tiny, highly motivated sliver of the electorate voting, what you end up getting are a lot of extreme candidates.”

Central Texas College Board of Trustees decided not to continue their PBS station KNCT.  

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Leaders in both cities say that many, though not all, tourist-oriented businesses will be open when the season begins.

Bizarre, interesting, mundane, and weird stories are thought-provoking to say the least.

Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Larry E. Reid Jr.

Stricter building regulations have been passed or are in the works, but plans to harden the Houston region against future storms still have to be funded.

LBJ Library photo by Yoichi Okamoto

He advised Presidents and led millions at his big-tent gatherings.

Compelling memoir of poverty among whites and African-Americans in 1950s Alabama

Who Decides Where Texans Cast Their Ballots

Feb 20, 2018
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Your polling place might be a government building, a school gym or a neighborhood church. Officials who decide where we vote say those choices are partly based on how many people are expect to cast a ballot in each precinct.

Dr. Gary Mortenson, Dean of the Baylor University School of Music joins Derek Smith on this edition of Baylor Connections. They discuss the role the department plays in the community, training musicians and how music builds bridges.

Peculiar story of a pair of young lovers, who are con-artists, working on a desert ranch.

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A new survey of civic engagement finds the Lone Star State lagging. The state’s size, and the mobility of its population, contribute to the low rankings.

After 28 years of service, Lester Gibson has decided not run for County Commissioner of Precinct 2. The decision has kicked of a highly contested race for the seat.  In the week leading up to early voting we are airing conversations with each of the candidates.  Feb. 13th - 19th  during Morning Edition and All Things Considered you'll hear Will Burney talking with candidates for Precinct 2 County Commissioner to discuss their platforms and unique qualifications. 

NASA astronaut Randy Bresnik

The president’s budget proposal calls for privatizing the International Space Station, which advocates say could jumpstart a “low-earth economy.” Opponents fear space states like Texas and Florida could lose jobs.

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The industry has gradually shifted from east Texas to the Panhandle.

Baylor University

Baylor University President, Dr. Linda Livingstone talks about the impact of faculty research and becoming a Tier 1 research institution.