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License Plate Reader Vote Postponed
The ALPR program includes fixed cameras and some attached to police cars.

License Plate Reader Vote Postponed

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A controversial proposal for the Austin Police Department was supposed to get a vote from the Austin City Council last week. The proposal would allow Austin police to reinstate the…

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New Intersections Negates Incidents
Vision Zero Plan uses technology to address problematic intersections

New Intersections Negates Incidents

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It may not always feel like it, but things are improving in Austin. At least when it comes to traffic accidents. Austin implemented the Vision Zero Program to help reduce…

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Abbot Assures a Smooth Border Crackdown
Governor Abbot wants another Border Crackdown

Abbot Assures a Smooth Border Crackdown

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Governor Abbot has not had very much luck locking down the border. The last time he tried something was in April. The result: 20 hour+ delays, products spoiled in the…

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Construction on Austin’s New Subway can Start
Construction can begin on the new subway line

Construction on Austin’s New Subway can Start

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Austin is one step closer to getting a new light rail system, and it’s really about time. For years, residents heard that construction would begin only to see no new…

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Automated Trucking has Arrived in North Texas
Automated trucking is a practical way to combat the issue of the truck driver shortage

Automated Trucking has Arrived in North Texas

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Driving down I-35, you may have seen a truck drive by and thought nothing of it. It drove smoothly down the road, used its turn signals, and even had a…

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Texas May Have Ruined America’s Supply Chain
Border inspection crackdown resulted in supply chain delays.

Texas May Have Ruined America’s Supply Chain

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Governor Abbot’s week-long protest against Biden’s immigration policy finally ended. However, the long-term effects may cripple the US economy for months, or even years. Mexico supplies the United States with…

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Austin I-35 Project May Leave Hundreds Homeless
Austin I-35 project, due to a huge oversight, missed a 70-unit affordable housing complex. Plans to address this issue are in progress

Austin I-35 Project May Leave Hundreds Homeless

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Austin state legislatures are in hot water after missing a building in their plans to widen the I-35 project. Plans to extend the highway began with plans to demolish certain…

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Homeless Veterans Scooped From the Streets to Inhabit RVs
Homeless veterans are living on the streets and its a major tragedy and epidemic. Peggy and Bobby Crutsinger want to do something about it. In fact, they have started the nonprofit Operation Texas Strong Est. 2021. However, the couple are not military themselves but they do, in fact, have family ties.

Homeless Veterans Scooped From the Streets to Inhabit RVs

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Homeless veterans are living on the streets and its a major tragedy and epidemic. Peggy and Bobby Crutsinger want to do something about it. In fact, they have started the…

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