First Warning Weather with Kristen Currie
Spotty to scattered storms increasing in coverage later week.
After severe thunderstorms and hail blew through Central Texas late Sunday evening, some residents might have woken up this morning with cracked window shields, roof damage and, yes, dents in their cars. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/at-home-tricks-to-fix-small-dents-in-your-car/
On Monday, the Hays Consolidated Independent School District board approved the superintendent’s request to the Hays County Sheriff’s Office for additional school resource officers. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/local/hays/hays-cisd-board-approves-superintendents-request-for-additional-school-resource-officers/
The back and forth over what Central Health should be charging you, and what services should be provided with that money, continues this week. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/local/travis-county/travis-county-commissioners-to-revisit-central-healths-budget-tuesday/
Former top deputies who were fired by Attorney General Ken Paxton after reporting him to the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced plans to move forward with their lawsuit on Monday, vowing to continue their legal battle in a “real court” after the attorney general was acquitted on impeachment charges in the Senate.
As of Monday, heavy vehicles and buses are only allowed to use the right lane when traveling eastbound across the Barton Springs Road bridge, city officials said in a memo. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/barton-springs-bridge-adding-new-traffic-requirement-to-extend-shelf-life/
A new group of community leaders is launching large-scale changes within mobility and infrastructure industries in central Texas. The goal is to connect local people with thousands of jobs and careers. Sarah Garza, director of Mobility Industry Partnerships for Workforce Solutions Capital Area gives us insight.
The pecan harvest is about to start in Central Texas and like so much of life around here… it too has been disrupted by the heat and drought. At 38 Pecans in Seguin, it is expecting a lighter crop, which could impact prices. Tom Miller talked with farmer Mark Walls about the impact he's seeing.