Mexico honors slain Juarez prison guards
Mexico honors slain Juarez prison guards during a ceremony Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023, at the Mexican Chamizal Park.
The Federal Aviation Administration said it was looking into an incident involving two planes at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport Saturday. Read more: https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/austin-airport-plane-incident-under-federal-aviation-administration-investigation/
Student government leaders of the University of Texas at Austin are planning to hold a referendum at the end of the month to gauge student opinion on the university’s divisive alma mater, “The Eyes of Texas.” Read more: https://www.kxan.com/news/texas/ut-student-leaders-to-hold-referendum-on-eyes-of-texas/
Austin Energy customers who are still without power could be waiting even longer now, according to the utility company.
Judy Evans, whose husband relies on an oxygen machine, said she received information that her power should be back by Sunday, Feb. 12. “We have been out of power for six days and five nights,” she said.