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Past articles by Lauren:

License plate readers help find missing San Marcos woman in Austin

A 76-year-old woman who disappeared in San Marcos on Tuesday has been found in Austin. → Read More

Hays CISD picks new high school boundary lines

After months of research and public meetings, Hays Consolidated Independent School District board members approved new high school attendance zones at a meeting Monday night. → Read More

Suspect identified after allegedly hitting, killing woman with stolen car

The New Braunfels Police Department is searching for a man they say stole a truck, crashed into and killed a woman, and then stole another person's car at knife point. → Read More

Pipeline project running through Hill Country raises concern

A $2 billion pipeline project has landowners in the Hill Country concerned about their property. → Read More

Police: San Marcos party-goer steals police car, goes on joy ride

San Marcos Police hope the community can help find a man they say stole a security officers patrol car and took it on a joy ride. → Read More

Overnight house fire in Driftwood kills one, sends another to hospital

An overnight house fire killed a 74-year-old woman and sent her husband to the hospital with second-degree burns. → Read More

Kyle police running out of space in current facility

The Kyle Police Department says it needs more room to grow and is asking city council for money to research what it would take to expand its facility. → Read More

Driver of truck that killed 13 testifies during his sentencing

Jack Young took the stand to testify at his sentence hearing on Friday. Young was the man behind the wheel of a truck that ran head-on into a New Braunfels church bus last year killing 13 people. → Read More

Victims' family takes the stand in deadly church bus crash sentencing

Family members of 13 people from the First Baptist Church of New Braunfels who were killed in a bus crash last year poured out their memories in court on Thursday. It was day two of sentencing for Jack Young, the man behind the truck that crashed into the bus. → Read More

Sentencing begins for driver of truck that killed 13 church members

The sentencing phase is underway for the driver of a truck that killed 13 elderly members of a New Braunfels church last year. A Uvalde County judge listened to witnesses and experts describe the scene all Wednesday morning and afternoon. → Read More

Newlywed couple, pilot killed in Texas helicopter crash

The National Transportation and Safety Board is investigating a fatal helicopter crash involving newlyweds on Sunday that happened in Uvalde. → Read More

City of Kyle partners with Make-A-Wish to build hockey rink for boy

The city of Kyle is partnering with the Make-A-Wish Foundation to build an outdoor hockey pavilion for a little boy with heart issues. → Read More

Halloween brings the sound of chainsaws to Kyle voters

Casting your vote was scary business in Kyle on Wednesday. The polling location featured the sounds of chainsaws and screams as staff transformed the inside of city hall for Halloween. → Read More

APD: Construction traffic partially to blame for early morning crash

Two major crashes on IH-35 Tuesday morning backed up traffic for hours. The first crash happened in north Austin, police say a semi truck driver hit and killed a woman walking on the interstate. → Read More

Neighbors file suit against Terry Black's BBQ wedding venue

The Black family, behind Terry Blacks barbeque in Austin, has purchased property near Dripping Springs with the hopes of turning it into a large wedding venue. Neighbors have fought the project before, but now they have filed a lawsuit. → Read More

Hays Co. commissioners add voting locations after threat of lawsuit

The decision comes one day after Texas State University students demanded the reopening of the polling site on campus. → Read More

Hays CISD providing platform for families in crisis

The Hays Consolidated Independent School District says it functions as a family. Meaning if you are a student, parent of a student, a teacher or a staff member, the district will do what it can to help in a time of need. → Read More

Connection issues shut down multiple voting booths in Hays Co.

Today is the first day to cast your vote for the November election and within the first hour, Hays County was already reporting issues. Hours after Monday mornings issue was fixed, lines still stretched out the doors of the Dripping Springs polling location. → Read More

Fans brave the elements at Formula 1 races

The Formula One races in Austin sold out for the first time since 2012, but it remains to be seen whether the weather will affect actual attendance. → Read More

Kayakers seek thrills in flooded river, first responders urge against

Major flooding has caused the city of Austin to extend its waterway ban. No one will be allowed in the water in the city until at least next Tuesday. → Read More