Central Texas top stories for February 6, 2024. Texas tries to get big private-sector money to build more natural gas power plants. Austin Police investigating stabbing as “bias-motivated incident”. Austin airport closes one of three TSA checkpoints. ‘Horns face another ranked opponent tonight. H-E-B tops in customer satisfaction.
A priority, she says, is doing something about the disappearance of rural hospitals. So why does she want to be Texas’ next agriculture commissioner? Today, we meet Susan Hays, the democrat trying to unseat the incumbent republican. Also they used to be considered inexpensive, modest, though iconic structures. Why adobe homes in Marfa and other parts of West Texas are at the center of a political fight. And a retail store in Frisco inspires a countdown and lines to get in on opening day. Any guesses what the name of that store might be, fellow Texans? Those stories and much more coming up today on the Texas Standard:
The Texas-based grocery store chain and its unique offerings was the inspiration for today’s Typewriter Rodeo.