KUT Afternoon Newscast for September 18, 2023

Central Texas top stories for September 18, 2023. After summer bump, Austin COVID numbers trending down. Paid parking coming to SoCo. Bluff Springs Road to get safety improvements. UT Austin moves up in US News rankings. Musicians, venues gearing up for HAAM Day tomorrow. Austin FC striving to stay in playoff picture. Longhorns ranked 3rd heading into conference play against Baylor.

KUT Afternoon Newscast for September 13, 2022

Central Texas top stories for September 13, 2022. New COVID boosters. Vaccine clinics. Travis opposing Hays highway project. Repurposing Austin schools. Austin food waste and hunger. Animal Center halts intakes. HAAM Day.

Texas Standard: September 13, 2022

More details emerge about the horrific conditions faced by youths locked up in Texas’ juvenile justice facilities. Locked in a cell 22 hours per day with no place to use the restroom… That’s how some of the kids in Texas’ youth detention system spend their weekends, thanks to short staffing at the facilities. We’ll learn more about what’s being done to fix it. Plus an offensive by the Ukrainian military found Russian troops on the back foot. What’s it mean for the future of the war? Also on today’s show we’ll learn about two kinds of butterflies, health insurance for Texas musicians and the evolution of the copyright. All of that and more today on the Texas Standard:

KUT Morning Newscast for September 12, 2022

Central Texas top stories for September 12, 2022. Cedar Park outdoor watering restrictions. Austin tenant relocation fund. HAAM Day is tomorrow. Voter registration deadline. UT vs. Alabama football. Homelessness grants. Texas State University new president. Austin FC vs. Seattle Sounders.