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KUT Morning Newscast for June 17, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 17, 2024. A shooting at the Juneteenth celebration in Round Rock left two dead and 14 injured, police are asking for any information on the suspect. STAAR results show Texas students are struggling with math proficiency. A highly anticipated trial that could determine whether Austin can build a 10-mile light-rail system is likely to come to a halt today. Austin will have a new permanent supporting housing project. Road closures in San Marcos.

KUT Morning Newscast for June 14, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 14, 2024. More and more people are putting their homes for sale in Austin. A new voluntary conservation program from Austin Energy has the goal to save money as much as electricity. An invasive beetle species has been making its way south toward the Austin area. Juneteenth celebrations start today.

KUT Morning Newscast for June 13, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 13, 2024. KUT’s Luz Moreno Lozano in conversation with Austin’s new city manager, T.C. Broandax. Governor Greg Abbott appoints first judges to a new appeals court for lawsuits against the state. Swimming lessons will be available at Austin’s pools over the summer.

Central Texas top stories for June 12, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 12, 2024. A man who allegedly killed six and left three others injured in San Antonio and Austin in 2023 will face capital murder in Bexar County. A Texas Senate committee meets today to talk about what can be done to bolster the state power grid. Learn more about how you can be part of an Austin history art project. The Zilker Eagle is back starting today.

KUT Morning Newscast for June 11, 2024 

Central Texas top stories for June 11, 2024. Texas Health and Human Services Commission is under pressure to comply with federal SNAP requirements. Low water levels in Lake Travis might make it difficult to draw water from the lake this summer. An asphalt cooling program is about to get started in Southeast Austin. Texas ranked 43rd in education, economic well-being and health according to a new study. 

KUT Morning Newscast for June 10, 2024 

Central Texas top stories for June 10, 2024. UT Austin started disciplinary proceeding against students arrested at pro-Palestinian protests. AISD is trying to reduce how often Black students and students with disabilities are disciplined. The City of Leander is looking to decrease its overall water consumption by two percent by 2029. More Austin pools open today.  

KUT Morning Newscast for June 6, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 6, 2024. T.C. Broadnax talks to KUT’s Luz Moreno-Lozano about the search for the new chief for the Austin Police Department. Austin will offer two new locations for people who are experiencing homelessness to cool down this summer. Travis County is reevaluating how it funds Emergency Medical Services. 

KUT Morning Newscast for June 5, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 5, 2024. Travis County District Attorney José Garza’s office has filed a legal challenge to Governor Greg Abbott’s pardon of Daniel Perry, who shot a BLM protester. EMS crews have been seeing a rise in heat related illnesses ahead of the summer. Officials urge people to continue to save water as we look at another hot, dry summer. The Texas Longhorns will face the Oklahoma Sooners tonight in game one of the Women’s College World Series Championship. 

KUT Morning Newscast for June 4, 2024

Central Texas top stories for June 4, 2024. ACC Board of Trustees is considering how much to increase employee pay next year, a local union is pushing for more. People in San Marcos will hear train horns for the first time since 2015. The intersection of MoPac and Bee Cave Road may see big changes. Austin Water is asking Austinites in the southwest area to save water this Friday.