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Past articles by Esmi:

Mueller neighborhood gets new bike lanes

A new study released from the University of Colorado-Denver says cities with separated and protected bike lanes are less dangerous for cyclists, motorists and pedestrians. → Read More

Democratic congresswomen respond to Trump's recent tweets

President Trump doubled down Monday on attacks he made Sunday against Democratic congresswomen. → Read More

Man asks for public's help in finding stolen prosthetic leg

A homeless man in Austin is asking for the public's help after someone stole his prosthetic leg while he was sleeping. → Read More

APD seeks public's help in Guerrero Park assault

The Austin Police Department is seeking the public’s help in an assault case from last week. → Read More

All eyes on US in Austin as women's national team wins back-to-back World Cup titles

All eyes were on the Women's World Cup final as the U.S. women's national team took on and defeated the Netherlands. → Read More

Local snake wrangler advising others to be careful

Texas is home to more than 100 different species and subspecies of snakes, only a few of those are potentially dangerous to humans. Crossing paths with a venomous snake may not be at the top of your to-do list this summer. A local snake wrangler says he's recently captured several rattlesnakes throughout Austin and, advises people to be extra careful. → Read More

Man's body found in ditch in North Austin

An investigation is underway after a man was found dead in North Austin Tuesday afternoon. Police say his body was discovered near Clayton Lane and Middle Fiskville Road. → Read More

Fourth of July holiday prompts talk of firework safety

The Fourth of July is Thursday and odds are you'll head to a fireworks show or set off some of your own. Now is the time to be thinking about firework safety. → Read More

City leader hoping to make dad diaper duty easier with proposed ordinance

Big changes could be on the way for men’s bathrooms in Austin. City leaders are working to provide dads, uncles and grandpas with diaper changing stations in public restrooms. → Read More

Country music star donates more than $200K to Dell Seton in honor of son

It has been three-weeks since country music star Granger Smith lost his three-year-old son in a drowning accident here in Central Texas. → Read More

Teen ambassadors of HOPE raise money for survivors of domestic violence

Research shows that each year an estimated $1.5 million high school students in the U.S. suffer physical abuse from a partner they're dating. → Read More

Ribbon-cutting ceremony unveils new Yarrabee Bend

Parks officials and Austin city leaders gathered at the Onion Creek Metropolitan Park Sunday morning for a ribbon-cutting ceremony unveiling the new Yarrabee Bend. The new part of the park features nearly 190 acres of natural parkland and recreational space for all to enjoy. → Read More

Reminder about underwater dangers after recent drowning at Lake Pflugerville

After a recent drowning, safety was the main concern of officials overseeing a triathlon at Lake Pflugerville over the weekend. Prior to the start of the race all contestants were warned of the underwater dangers. → Read More

Texans celebrate Juneteenth at annual parade

Every June, communities across the state of Texas celebrate Juneteenth. The centuries-old observance and state holiday commemorates the ending of slavery in the united states. → Read More

APD officer commended for helping family in need

A police officer was on patrol in west Austin last week, when a citizen flagged him down and told him a young boy was walking alone in a parking lot. What the officer did next went beyond the call of duty. → Read More

Bill to ban cat declawing in Austin in progress

The New York state legislature has passed a bill that would make that state the first in the nation to outlaw the declawing of cats. → Read More

Fundraising taken to new heights with Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas

Make-A-Wish Central & South Texas is taking wish granting to new heights with their 9th annual ‘Over the Edge’ fundraiser. → Read More

Ride held for SMPD officer who lost her leg

On Saturday, hundreds of motorcyclists hit the open road in honor of San Marcos officer Claudia Cormier. "She's just a go getter she's out there she's at everybody's call she's just an awesome officer all around,” said Daniel Castillo, with San Marcos Police Department. → Read More

APD initiative aims to cut down crime on Northgate Blvd

It’s common for law enforcement agencies to experience an uptick in crime during summer months. According to the Austin Police Department, parts of Rundberg Lane have recently seen an increase in crime. They’re hoping a decade old initiative will help combat crime in those problems areas. → Read More

Whole Kids Foundation introduces 'Give Bees a Chance' campaign to Austin schools

To celebrate National Pollinator Month, an organization is working to raise funds to bring 50 new educational beehives to schools and nonprofits across the nation through their ‘Give Bees a Chance’ campaign. → Read More