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Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Recent articles by Russell:

Stacey Abrams running for Georgia governor

Abrams has earned much favor from the Democratic party since 2018 because of her fundraising acumen. She's also widely credited for helping Democrats earn wins in Georgia's 2020 race. → Read More

Can sperm replace plastic? China’s working on it

The researchers say their DNA-based plastic alternative produces 97% fewer carbon emissions than ordinary plastics. → Read More

Matthew McConaughey says he’s not going into politics right now, nixing Texas governor run

McConaughey released a three-minute video, saying he is choosing not to take the path of politics "at this moment." McConaughey says he will instead support his organizations and foundations that help people succeed. → Read More

Blue Genie Art Bazaar seeing uptick in traffic

This year, organizers will still offer the online shopping experience launched last year. But those wanting to pick out the perfect gift in person, should have a freer time while shopping at the site off Airport Boulevard. → Read More

‘WRONG’: Texas Gov. Abbott knocks Beto, Biden with new billboards

Earlier this week, Abbott’s campaign revealed photos of recently placed billboards labeling current gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke as “Wrong for Texas” and Biden as “Wrong for America.” → Read More

Need good vibes? Check out this Rainey Street mural devoted to kindness

Veterans and their families have been working for several days with artist Tara Johnson on a mural to honor Pat Tillman’s life and foundation. → Read More

Man enters UT Austin dorm room by mistake, won’t face criminal charges, UTPD says

It happened around 2 a.m. Sunday at the Jester West Residence Hall on east 21st Street near the intersection of San Jacinto Boulevard. → Read More

Vaccination required: Texas’ St. David’s HealthCare declares employee mandate

The system says while the majority of its staff have already been fully vaccinated, it will now work to make sure those who remain have ample time and opportunity to fulfill the requirement. → Read More

Have an old arrest record? Travis County residents can register to have it removed

Next year, residents can attend an “Expunction Expo” — where county officials and volunteers will help them get Travis County arrest records expunged from their criminal history. → Read More

Settlement reached in 2019 ‘Live PD’ arrest in Williamson County

Williamson County commissioners signed off on a settlement Tuesday with a man injured by deputies during an arrest broadcasted on the now defunct "Live PD" television show. → Read More

QAnon supporters in Dallas for ‘return of JFK Jr., Trump reinstatement’

The return of JFK Jr. in the city and spot where his father died in 1964 is meant to begin the reinstatement of former Pres. Donald Trump, according to several QAnon-affiliated social media accounts. → Read More

‘Pornography in Texas schools’: Governor calls for removal of library books

The governor didn't elaborate on instances where this has happened or which books/content are in question. → Read More

Deputies: Woman aimed loaded gun at 7-year-old trick-or-treating outside her home

A woman in Buda was arrested on Halloween after authorities say she pointed a loaded weapon at a seven year-old who was trick or treating. → Read More

Police investigating east Austin suspicious death

According to Austin Police Department, the incident happened near 8400 Garcreek Circle. → Read More

Person killed after fight in South Austin over parking

According to Austin Police Department, the incident happened in the 500 block of West Oltorf Street. → Read More

Man shot at Austin Code enforcement after they tried to cut his lawn, home now on fire

According to Austin Police Department, residents are being asked to avoid the area of 10600 block of Pinkney Lane until further notice. → Read More

Austin Film Festival: Texas’ showcase for writers in movies starts Thursday

The Austin Film Festival has been an annual staple focusing on screenwriting and filmmaking since 1993. The festival’s hosted some of film’s biggest directors, writers and actors since it began and has been home to numerous major movie premieres, despite its distance from Hollywood, Sundance or Cannes. → Read More

‘Who hurt Mason?’: Trial of Kyle dad accused in 2-year-old’s murder resumes — with new revelations

The trial of a Kyle, Texas, man accused of murdering his two year-old in 2018 resumed Monday — with video evidence revealing claims of hospital conspiracies, a malevolent stranger in a park, and possibly unknown abuse by a family member. → Read More

Texas early voting begins Monday: Austin’s polarizing ‘Prop A’ is on the ballot

The highly controversial "Prop A" would increase police staffing in Austin to a minimum of two officers per 1,000 people, in addition to doubling required training for officers, increase minority hiring, and require 35% of officer shifts are spent through community policing. → Read More

Gov. Abbott, Texas gun laws slammed after Arlington school shooting

The law allows Texans aged 21 and older to carry handguns in public without needing a license. While House Bill 1927 still requires background checks and excludes felons from possession, the law remains highly controversial. → Read More