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Ryan Poppe

Local and federal agencies are investigating the recent package explosions in Austin and Schertz — and Texans are worried, unsure of what to expect when a box appears at the front door.

Federal Bureau of Investigations

Updated 3:20 p.m.

An intelligence expert said the level of sophistication involved in the latest Austin bombing — that is,  the suspect's ability to have each bomb detonate as intended — is what’s most alarming.  

Ryan Poppe

Candidates running in Texas’ primary election are attending rallies and making last minute appearances at various events — anything and everything within their power to get out the vote before Tuesday’s election.  



Float Fest - Current Events, LLC.

Guadalupe County commissioners denied a permit to promoters of Float Fest, a two-day event featuring tubing down the San Marcos River and music concerts. The event was expected to attract more than 30,000 tubers and concert-goers, beginning July 20.

How Much Does Voting Matter In A Gerrymandered District?

Mar 1, 2018

This term, the U.S. Supreme Court will decide three cases on partisan gerrymandering, including one from Texas. At issue: Is drawing congressional districts to favor one political party over another unconstitutional?