Camp Indigo

The state welcomed 475,000 new Texans in a year

Large parts of North Texas are cleaning up after severe storms swept the region, but weather dangers continue.
As sea levels rise, cities along the Texas Gulf Coast are sinking. A new report is raising red flags.
Boom times in Texas continue, with new census figures showing the Lone Star State growing faster than any other.
Should Texas’ senior senator, John Cornyn, be worried about a political challenge from AG Ken Paxton? Gromer Jeffers of the Dallas Morning News explains.
Plus: The week in politics with the Texas Tribune and more.

KUT Morning Newscast for March 15, 2024

Central Texas top stories for March 15, 2024. Severe storm potential in Austin. Today is the last day for Texas families to apply for a grant that supports students with disabilities. Dozens of artists and demonstrators gathered downtown last night to protest South by Southwest’s ties to the military and defense contractors. Advocates gathered outside Austin City Hall yesterday, calling on city leaders to invest in services that help vulnerable residents. Camp Indigo. Pease Park troll.