Title IX

KUT Morning Newscast for June 03, 2024.

Central Texas top stories for Juane 3, 2024. Two UT Austin professors are challenging revision that the Biden administration made to Title IX. Mexicans have elected their first woman president, Austinintes drove to Dallas and Houston this weekend to vote. Austin’s Parks and Recreation Department opens 13 more pools today. The City of Austin will start applying a special treatment to parts of Lady Bird Lake to fight the spread of dangerous blue-green algae. 

KUT Afternoon Newscast for May 8, 2024

Central Texas top stories for May 8, 2024. Ascension has cybersecurity issue disrupt clinical operations. Texas House Republicans praised UT President Jay Hartzell for his response to pro-Palestinian demonstrations on campus. Texas Governor Greg Abbott told public universities in Texas not to comply with changes made to Title IX by the Biden administration. Recent rain not enough to avoid drought restrictions for some Austin-area residents. The city of Kyle is buying water from San Marcos. The city of Austin is holding an open house tonight to discuss changes to the city’s land code. An oil and gas waste facility has pleaded guilty to polluting charges.

KUT Afternoon Newscast for October 31, 2022

Central Texas top stories for October 31, 2022. AISD Board race. UT-Austin Title IX reporting. Travis County early voting mega-centers. Austin FC falls short. Texas Football returns.

Texas Standard: April 5, 2016

Tho court arguments are still two weeks away, deferred deportation is looking down for the count already. As in a 4-4 count, we’ll explore. Also property tax assessments rising faster than paychecks all across Texas, now a tool used by homeowners to protest may soon disappear. And you’ve heard about disappearing factory jobs, but in Texas…they’re coming back thanks in part to an unlikely ally: lower oil prices. Also A woman’s basketball coach, fired for enforcing a team rule on dating. Title IX reconsidered..and much more today on the Texas Standard: