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During her time in College Station, Kacey covered both funerals of Former President George H.W. Bush and Former First Lady Barbara Bush. She also helped break and cover extensively allegations of sexual misconduct at Texas A&M University. Her coverage prompted Texas A&M to take administrative actions, including new rules and sanctions on sexual misconduct. Her stories ranged from breaking news to cold cases solved by DNA technology, the mistreatment of an inmate in a local jail, and much more.
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The Austin Mask Exchange is made up of local volunteers and vendors.
Garza said she supports the students, noting that many young protestors are now taking the initiative to show up. But also adding this protest comes at a significant time – City Council votes on the budget on Monday.
A murder warrant was issued and he was taken into custody by Round Rock police Wednesday night.
Family members say because he wasn’t a deserter, he should receive a proper military funeral.
Abbott said he believes Texas understood more of the dangers and the spread of COVID-19 now than back in May but says data still shows how dangerous the virus can be.
The dashboard is broken down into the type of complaints, where it took place and the outcome.
Protestors in the crowd said wearing masks is more dangerous than not wearing one.
Partial human remains were found close to the Leon River in Bell County, an area of interest in the search for Guillen, yesterday and Ft. Hood officials say one suspect is dead and another has been arrested.
Protesters say all they want is Abbott to overturn his order and reopen bars statewide.
The meeting comes as the number of cases and hospitalizations in the state and in Austin-Travis County continue to rise.