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Baylor’s Heavenly Voices Gospel Choir will sing at the 11th annual Austin City Limits Music Festival.
Austin City Limits is a three-day music festival held in Austin’s Zilker Park Friday through Sunday.
This year’s headliners include The Black Keys, Jack White, Neil Young and Crazy Horse and The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Racers in stilettos will dash through Downtown Waco this Saturday for a fundraising event to raise awareness about breast cancer.
A North Texas man is dead after he fell from a cliff while posing for a photograph with a landmark Austin bridge in the background.
Clearing the way for the twice-delayed Texas primaries to finally land in May, a federal court on Tuesday handed the state new voting maps for the 2012 elections that satisfied Republicans who flexed their majority but soured Democrats who wanted more seats.
The U.S. Postal Service announced Thursday it intends to close its Waco processing and distribution center as part of a broader effort to answer the declining consumer demand for first-class mail.
A special investigation will be launched to determine if a former prosecutor who is now a judge hid evidence in a trial that sent a man wrongly convicted of his wife’s murder to prison for nearly 25 years, Texas’ chief justice ordered Thursday.
They say everything is bigger in Texas, but the dating scene seems biggest in the capitol — Austin.
Most film studios are about the chase for the almighty dollar, but that’s simply not Riot Studios’ style.
People from across America will head to Austin this weekend to attend Fun Fun Fun Fest, a three-day, independent genre-based festival. The festival is expected to draw large crowds and follows the Austin Film Festival held two weeks ago, advancing Austin’s reputation as a major center in the entertainment industry.
With protesters popping up throughout the country and several parts of the world, the Occupy movement has made an impact. Although police reactions would beg to differ, it’s not something that should be taken too seriously.