Tonight on Texas Newswatch, marching for change. Find out what one group did to push for immigration reform. A meeting on the increasing of tuition rates was held this morning, but why didn't any students show up to voice their opinion? And Crossfit, find out how one person is taking the game to new heights, and weights.
Tonight on Texas Newswatch, name change, AISD debates renaming schools with confederate ties, but high costs and effectiveness have some questioning whether it's worth it. The real world, December graduations are weeks away, but do May graduates have an advantage in the job market? And zero waste, a look at the city's efforts to reduce trash and food waste.
Tonight on Texas Newswatch, the mayor falls short on a promise to end verteran homelessness by Veterans Day, we'll tell you about his new goal. Missing pets, how one shelter is reuniting animals lost during the floods with their owners. And, more rain on the way, find out what you can expect for your weekend forecast.
Tonight on Texas Newswatch, courthouse blues, what's next for the leaky building after the bond fails to pass? Flood recovery, how one community looks to rebuild after devastating water damage. And, more rain on the way, find out what you can expect for your weekend forecast.
Tonight on Texas Newswatch, dangerous roads, it's Austin's deadliest traffic year on record. What one mother wants to see change. How school buses and police officers are teaming up to make sure your kids get to school and home safely. And, meet the pageant girls who are stealing the hearts of their audience members.
Tonight on Texas Newswatch, accessible parking, handi-capped drivers are finding it difficult to find a parking spot. We'll show you why. Watch out, some rainy days throughout the week we have your weekend forecast. In Bastrop, the fire is 80 percent contained and people are moving back into their homes. Coming up, we'll have more on the recovery efforts.
On this edition of Texas Newswatch, Block the Box has officially taken affect in Austin. See how both the Dream Act and barbecue smoke are topics being talked about this week. Breast Cancer awareness events like Brave the Shave and Breast Crew took place on the University of Texas campus this week. We take a look at the upcoming weather for this weekend. Plus, learn how bees should properly be removed from homes and how our local food bank could be undergoing some changes.
During this episode of Texas Newswatch, we look into the life of an abused victim and find out what the state is doing to help children of domestic abuse. Plus, see how debated legislation may be discriminating against transgender people. April is Sexual Assault Awareness month, and many Austinites are taking a stand against sexual violence. We show you how organizations are making an impact on campus. Also, Hello Lamp Post: find out how you can talk to a variety objects throughout the city. You won’t want to miss these stories—only on Texas Newswatch.
On this week's edition of Texas Newswatch, we take a look at why police shut down dozens of parties during Roundup weekend. We tell you how UT athletics take the title again in swimming and diving, and how one diver's journey at UT makes a splash. Also, our multimedia-reporter takes a look into the UT "not on our campus movement" and the meaning behind the social media campaign. Plus, find out the weather and activities for the Easter 2015 weekend. All these stories and more on this edition of Texas Newswatch.