KUT Afternoon Newscast for April 24, 2024

Central Texas top stories for April 24, 2024. Pro-Palestine protest breaks out on UT Austin’s campus. It’s day three of Early Voting for the May 4th local elections. A man who stabbed a Palestinian American man near the UT campus earlier this year is not being charged with a hate crime. In Hays County, the number of people experiencing homelessness has nearly doubled since 2020. Oracle is moving its headquarters to Nashville, Tennessee. 

Texas Standard: January 11, 2016

What El Chapo’s arrest means for US Mexico relations and why the heck was he hanging out in the jungle with Sean Penn? How did Hollywood manage to get shorty when law enforcement on both sides of the border said they couldn’t? Texas Governor Greg Abbott wants to rewrite the US Constitution, sort of… why the leading republican governor wants to school Washington and where will his ideas take us? How building better buildings could bring big bucks for Texas. And the world reacts to news that David Bowie has died. Those stories and much more on todays Texas Standard: