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This ex-FBI agent who called Islam \

This ex-FBI agent who called Islam "barbaric and evil" was allowed to train Texas law enforcement

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He’s called Islam “barbaric and evil.” He's tweeted out pictures of bearded, dark-skinned...


Stratus Properties to start work on Southwest Austin apartments as hotel revenue slides

Stratus Properties to start work on Southwest Austin apartments as hotel revenue slides

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First-quarter revenue was down across the board at Stratus Properties, owner of the W Hotel in downtown...


The Austin Look: 8 ways to rethink your white button-down in the office

The Austin Look: 8 ways to rethink your white button-down in the office

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There’s no piece that’s an absolute requirement for your office wardrobe. Each closet is...


In the money May 14: Nearly $15M raised by Austin startups fighting cancer and simplifying road toll payments

In the money May 14: Nearly $15M raised by Austin startups fighting cancer and simplifying road toll payments

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A startup that fights cancer with gene therapy and two travel-focused companies were among the businesses...


Analysis: Texas Democrats Lupe Valdez and Andrew White stage a small race for the biggest office

Analysis: Texas Democrats Lupe Valdez and Andrew White stage a small race for the biggest office

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This is Texas politics writ small. St. James Episcopal Church was not full on Friday night — not...


Meet the candidates in the Texas primary runoffs

Meet the candidates in the Texas primary runoffs

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Early voting begins today in the May 22 runoffs. Here's snapshots of the 34 primary runoffs for statewide,...


How a federal lawsuit could open the door to online voter registration in Texas

How a federal lawsuit could open the door to online voter registration in Texas

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From Jacquelyn Callanen’s perch in the Bexar County elections office, the period following Texas’ vot...


In Texas\' Republican runoffs, you\'re either with Trump or you\'re not

In Texas' Republican runoffs, you're either with Trump or you're not

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Things were looking good for William Negley, who was on track to make the runoff in the 18-way Republican...


How to manage your wealth from a liquidity event

How to manage your wealth from a liquidity event

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Entrepreneurs and corporate executives in the technology industry put an immeasurable amount of time...


The University of Texas System, UT-Tyler and a $1.7 million broken promise to admitted students

The University of Texas System, UT-Tyler and a $1.7 million broken promise to admitted students

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The University of Texas System is a leader in public higher education, known globally for its flagship...


Lupe Valdez, Andrew White clash over abortion, immigration in debate

Lupe Valdez, Andrew White clash over abortion, immigration in debate

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The Democratic runoff candidates for governor sparred Friday evening over abortion and immigration in...


Back to the future: Latest CodeNext developments include suggestion to scrap it

Back to the future: Latest CodeNext developments include suggestion to scrap it

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One land-use commission has had enough of CodeNext while another wants to hear more from the public....


\'Perfection in coffee making, without the attitude\': See where Merit Roasting makes its beans

'Perfection in coffee making, without the attitude': See where Merit Roasting makes its beans

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San Antonio-based Merit Roasting Co. LLC, which supplies locations of Local Coffee in its hometown as...


Texas businessman puts 5,000-acre ranch on the market

Texas businessman puts 5,000-acre ranch on the market

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Texas businessman and philanthropist Richard “Dick” Wallrath has put his 5,000-acre Champion...


Amy\'s Ice Creams to open first East Austin store as it closes in on finding new CEO

Amy's Ice Creams to open first East Austin store as it closes in on finding new CEO

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Amy's Ice Creams owner Amy Simmons discusses the ice cream chain's plans for expanding into East Austin...


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