AUSTIN (KXAN) - More than 100 world-class athletes will not be competing in the 2012 Olympics after being caught using illegal substances.
The president of the World Anti-Doping Agency revealed that screening programs involving more than 70,000 tests caught them all over the past six months.
Dr. Steven Ungerleider of the University of Texas at Austin has served as a member of the education and ethics committee of the World Anti-Doping Agency.
He also is a member of the Olympic Committee Sports Psychology Registry and is also a co-founder of the Texas Program in Sports & Media at UT, talked about the controversy on KXAN News Today.
The full interview can be viewed by clicking on the video to the left of this story.
The expected winter weather has delayed initial construction work on MoPac until the rain and cold temperatures pass through.
A teacher from Texas was shot and killed while jogging in Benghazi, Libyan officials confirmed Thursday.
Family and friends held a vigil Wednesday at the State Capitol in hopes that a Bastrop man can win a new trial.
A bitterly cold arctic air mass plunging through Central Texas is breaking temperature records, and will be followed by a dangerous, potentially damaging ice storm.
The HealthCare.gov website is working more smoothly for central Texans.
City leaders in West Lake Hills discussed the ongoing concern with the city's water system Wednesday night. The problems arise when water is needed most; fighting fires.