Migrants in Juarez take to streets to survive with Title 42 still in place

Yaneris Torres, a migrant from Venezuela, talks about how she sells candy and cleans car windows in Juarez, Mexico, to survive until the U.S. lifts the Title 42 public health order that is keeping her from applying for asylum in the United States.

Migrants in Juarez take to streets to survive with …

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Yaneris Torres, a migrant from Venezuela, talks about how she sells candy and cleans car windows in Juarez, Mexico, to survive until the U.S. lifts the Title 42 public health order that is keeping her from applying for asylum in the United States.

Saturday First Warning Weather with Rich Segal

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Temperatures warm each day through Monday. Rain returns Tuesday.

Friday overnight First Warning Forecast

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Historic ice storm ends, but power outages are still widespread.

Schools across Austin cleaning up downed trees, branches …

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While the freezing temperatures have moved out of Central Texas the impacts from the storm continue. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/schools-across-austin-cleaning-up-downed-trees-branches-following-freeze/

Austin Energy ‘cautiously optimistic’ about work …

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As thousands remain without power Friday afternoon, Austin’s mayor and the Travis County judge announced they’re each issuing disaster declarations because of the ice storm.

Could Texas pass school vouchers this session?

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The State Board of Education is changing its mind on "school choice" — voting Thursday to reverse its previous stance of asking Texas lawmakers to reject school vouchers or anything that gives public funding to private schools.

Looking ahead to wildfire season in Central Texas

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Travis County Fire Marshal's Office Mitigation Officer Will Boettner interviewed on KXAN about how trees and limbs being cut down due to the freeze event that came through Central Texas could create fuel for future wildfires.

Austin Energy talks discusses how linemen stay warm …

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KXAN interviewed Austin Energy spokesperson Matt Mitchell on how linemen are staying safe when out in the community restoring damaged power lines from the winter weather.

Census highlights changes in Austin’s music scene, …

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Austin may be the Live Music Capital of the World, but the music scene is evolving, with more musicians now moving outside central Austin. https://www.kxan.com/news/local/greater-austin-music-census-highlights-changes-in-austins-music-scene-as-high-costs-push-musicians-to-suburbs/

Case dismissed against Austin police officer indicted …

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An indictment against Austin police officer Nicholas Gebhart stemming from the May 2020 downtown Austin protests was dismissed Friday afternoon. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/protest-related-indictment-against-austin-police-officer-dismissed/

ATCEMS: ‘Vast majority’ of crashes due to non-working …

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Read more: https://www.kxan.com/investigations/atcems-vast-majority-of-crashes-due-to-non-working-traffic-lights/

Why 4 carbon monoxide patients couldn’t be treated …

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With so many facing another night without power or heat, local first responders are worried about folks taking potentially deadly measures to stay warm. Austin Travis County EMS says they've already treated dozens patients related to carbon monoxide poisoning. KXAN's Tahera Rahman reports some of those have been serious-- requiring treatment that Austin doesn't have.

Tree trouble: Focus on vegetation management after …

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With branches and trees littering yards and roads across Austin after the ice storm, city leaders faced questions about whether more tree trimming could have prevented some of the thousands of power outages that left people in the dark.

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Saturday First Warning Weather with Rich Segal

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Friday overnight First Warning Forecast

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Schools across Austin cleaning up downed trees, branches …

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Austin Energy ‘cautiously optimistic’ about work …

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Could Texas pass school vouchers this session?

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Looking ahead to wildfire season in Central Texas

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Austin Energy talks discusses how linemen stay warm …

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Census highlights changes in Austin’s music scene, …

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Case dismissed against Austin police officer indicted …

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ATCEMS: ‘Vast majority’ of crashes due to non-working …

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Why 4 carbon monoxide patients couldn’t be treated …

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Tree trouble: Focus on vegetation management after …

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