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Abilene volunteers serve Ukrainian refugees through soccer

KUT Morning Newscast for September 13, 2022

Central Texas top stories for September 13, 2022. Austin Animal Center intake restrictions. Housing insecurity among students. AISD repurposing facilities. State Highway 45 Hays County expansion. Austin Municipal Court closure. YMCA refugee Welcoming Week.

KUT Morning Newscast for August 23, 2022

Central Texas top stories for August 23, 2022. Flood Watch. Austin Community College enrollment. Food insecurity among college students. Alzheimer’s and institutional racism. Austin FC new winger Emiliano Rigonni. 

KUT Morning Newscast for August 12, 2022

Central Texas top stories for August 12, 2022. Pine Pond fire in Bastrop County. The school boards for Austin ISD and Austin Community College unanimously approved bond packages to send to voters this fall. Huston-Tillotson University has a new president. COVID-19 cases in Texas are waning. Advocates call for environmental impact assessment of Austin coal plant.

KUT Morning Newscast for August 2, 2022

Central Texas top stories for August 2, 2022. Austin Community College board of trustees approves new compensation package for employees. Austin’s Public Safety Commission reviews police staffing. Swimming is suspended at Blue Hole in Wimberley. The San Marcos City Council is hosting a discussion about putting the decriminalization of marijuana on the ballot in November.

KUT Morning Newscast for August 1, 2022

Central Texas top stories for August 1, 2022. Last month was the hottest July on record in Austin. Austin Community College employees await detasils on pay raises. Central Health’s Community Health Champions program has new members joining. Remembering Austin radio icon John Aielli.

Texas Standard: May 22, 2017

Public money for private education; thought the plan was dead? School savings accounts become an 11th hour battleground, we’ll have the latest. Plus: plunger proof? The so-called Bathroom Bill back on a fast track to become Texas law, we’ll explore. And storms are on track for parts of Texas this week, but when it comes to tornados we’re safer than we might. We’ll hear from a researcher who developed the system. And she was literally the poster girl of the 70’s. Who knew she was a remarkable artist in her own right? Reconsidering Farrah Fawcett. All that and much more today on the Texas Standard: