Central Texas top stories for November 29, 2023. Austin winter readiness. 1836 Project. Georgetown water demand. Edwards Aquifer species not endangered. Prescribed burn at Southeast Metropolitan Park.
(Episode 3) In the 1990s, Austin voters passed landmark protections for parts of southwest Austin that sit on top of the aquifer that feeds Barton Springs. That set off a chain of events that had a profound effect on how the city would grow in the coming decades.
Central Texas top stories for October 21, 2022. F1 transportation woes. Barton Springs aquifer drought. Williamson County emergency preparedness. Austin FC.
The calendars have switched over to 2019 and that means some new Texas laws are or will soon go into effect. We’ll tell you what you need to know. Also, Mexico’s new president is making the entire border with the U.S. into a special zone to encourage would-be migrants to stay put. We’ll ask one expert whether the plan will work. Plus, jobs these days often involve sitting at a desk and getting food is as easy as pushing a button… How our hunter-gatherer bodies aren’t adapting. And have you ever seen an albino cockroach? It may not be what you think. All that and more today on the Texas Standard: