Listen to This Podcast or We’ll Poison Barton Springs

(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.

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.

Texas Standard: March 04, 2022

What more should the US do to put the squeeze on Russia? Former Texas Congressman and ex-CIA officer, Will Hurd, on whether we should impose a no-fly zone. Also, a bipartisan push for Texas pension funds to divest from Russia. And, we’ll meet the Jeopardy player from Texas who brought home the college championship prize. Those stories and more today on the Texas Standard.