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Texas legislative campaigns draw big money from out of state

by Andrew Schneider Jan 21, 2020
The Lone Star State is traditionally a source of financing for national candidates. That role has recently flipped on its head.
The floor of the Texas House of Representatives.
Andrew Schneider

Scarcity of parking in Austin makes it hard for some businesses to hire

by Samuel King Jan 2, 2020
In tight labor market, businesses say parking can be a factor in whether employees stay or go.
A sign points the way to a parking lot in Austin's popular South Congress district.
Samuel King
Trade

Texas businesses relieved USMCA on track to replace NAFTA

by Andy Uhler Dec 25, 2019
The trade agreement has passed in the U.S. House, and now moves to the Senate.
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Texas billionaire H. Ross Perot dies at 89

by Justin Ho and Associated Press Jul 9, 2019
The businessman and two-time independent presidential candidate was outspoken on the subject of federal spending.
H. Ross Perot before a California Senate committee in 2002.
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Central Texas sand mines shift west, taking jobs with them

by Andy Uhler May 13, 2019
The market for McCulloch County sand has been drying up.
BRADY, TX. January 28, 2019. The Momentive Sand Plant outside of Brady.
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Research says collaboration is needed to address Houston's "food deserts"

by Travis Bubenik May 1, 2019
In some cases, groups trying to solve the problem are competing for funding.
A small organic farm in the middle of Houston’s concrete sprawl. 
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Weddings are helping save historic Texas dance halls

by Travis Bubenik Apr 26, 2019
Where touring musicians can't do it, weddings might.
La Bahia Turn Verein, a rural dance hall built in the early 1900s near Burton, Texas. 
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Texas leads way in population growth

by Andy Uhler Apr 18, 2019
Strong economy and a lower cost of living are contributing to the increase in the Lone Star State.
A fan waves a Texas state flag while the Texas Rangers play.
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One Texas non-profit's idea to help curb climate change

by Travis Bubenik Apr 1, 2019
Landowners would pay to “store” carbon.
Texas Coastal Exchange says preserving coastal marshland could be key to battling climate change.
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Business on the Texas-Mexico border

Mexico's got it all: warm beaches, margaritas, root canals

by Andy Uhler Mar 22, 2019
Lots of Texans drive to Mexico for vacation. Many go for a very different reason: dental work.
Texans travel from all over the state for the cheap and fast dental work in Nuevo Progreso, Mexico, shown here on Feb. 1, 2019.
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