Tahera Rahman, KXAN News

Tahera Rahman

KXAN News

Austin, TX, United States

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Recent articles by Tahera:

Having trouble with your home appraisal protest? Here’s what you should know

Spokesperson Cynthia Martinez said the Travis Appraisal Review Board (TARB) is an independent entity and that TCAD has no authority or control over the review board. → Read More

Austin pet grooming salons report rash of break-ins

KXAN has confirmed at least five break-ins over the past month or so. → Read More

UT’s special mattress to be tested on new patients

Bioengineers have rigged a mattress and pillow to warm and cool the body in specific areas to stimulate a sleepy feeling. → Read More

Growing affordability gap? Austin’s selling more million-dollar homes now than before the pandemic

A new report by the Texas Real Estate Research Center (TRERC) at Texas A&M University shows the number of those homes sold in the first five months of this year was almost twice the number sold for all of 2018. → Read More

‘Shame on you’: Uvalde CISD families go after board, superintendent

Uvalde Consolidated Independent School District board members will hear from the public Monday evening about changes and security plans for the upcoming 2022-23 school year. → Read More

Weeks without air conditioning at one Austin apartment complex

Munguía showed KXAN an email receipt showing she first requested management at Cannon Oaks apartments to fix her A/C on May 31. → Read More

Search intensifies for Austin man who escaped state mental hospital

The search has intensified for an Austin man who escaped from a state mental hospital Sunday night. → Read More

Headed to Bull Creek? Car break-ins are on the rise this year

A popular Austin waterhole is also becoming popular with criminals. → Read More

What does new abortion ruling mean for IVF treatments in Austin?

Silverberg said fertility leaders started meeting with attorneys to discuss this last month, when the Supreme Court of the United States’ ruling was leaked. → Read More

How the FDA’s ban on Juul vapes could impact Austinites

The agency also said Juul’s application didn’t have enough evidence to show that marketing its products “would be appropriate for the protection of the public health.” → Read More

What leaders say is behind Bastrop County’s climbing home prices

New property records show SpaceX has acquired dozens of acres of land in Bastrop County. → Read More

‘He killed our kids’: Families call for Uvalde schools police chief’s termination during meeting

A handful of people made their appeals to school board members, including family members of those murdered during the mass shooting. → Read More

At one east Austin center, parents pay little to nothing for child care

According to the Austin Chamber of Commerce, the median household income for families in 78741 was $46,815 last year. That’s compared to $81,998 for the entire Austin MSA. → Read More

Renewed safety concerns after police standoff in UT West Campus neighborhood

There are calls for more safety in the West Campus neighborhood near the University of Texas after a stand-off with police Friday morning. → Read More

Struggling to keep up: Gas prices hit Meals on Wheels hard

Mariette Hummel, a spokesperson for Meals on Wheels Central Texas, said gas prices are affecting the group’s costs and volunteers. → Read More

Oncor blames weekend power outages on heat

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Oncor Electric Delivery said record heat and electric demand are to blame for increased outages over the weekend. Spokesperson Kerri Dunn said at one point on Sunday evening, outages numbered about 2,000. She said that’s one snapshot of data, but it’s challenging to provide a total number of outages for the weekend, […] → Read More

Murdered Uvalde child’s father wants to see change

He lost his only child, 10-year-old Amerie Jo Garza, in the Uvalde school shooting about two weeks ago. → Read More

Austin attorney representing Uvalde victim’s family in lawsuit against Daniel Defense

Austin attorney Jamal Alsaffar will represent the Uvalde mass shooting victim’s family in lawsuit against Daniel Defense, the makers of the rifle used by the shooter. → Read More

What could Tesla’s 10% cuts mean for Austin?

The report cites a letter from Elon Musk, that also calls for a pause in hiring worldwide. Musk also said he had a “super bad feeling” about the economy. → Read More

Which Texas suburbs are Zillow’s most popular markets?

This Austin suburb is one of four Texas cities to make Zillow’s Top 50 hottest markets list. → Read More