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Austin ISD delayed its vote on the Texas Education Agency's plan to get involved in the district's special education program, a man accused of setting fire to a San Marcos apartment complex is eligible to be released on bond, and APD is investigating a deadly shooting in south Austin. Plus, a look at the forecast. More on kxan.com.
One person is dead, and the Austin Police Department is investigating the incident as a homicide at a south Austin apartment complex, the agency said during a media briefing on Thursday. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/apd-investigating-south-austin-homicide/
Concerns are growing after the Texas Medical Board said it will take two years to fully implement a new state healthcare law meant to protect patients. Three weeks after the law went into effect, it’s creating confusion, not confidence, among some patient advocates. Read more https://www.kxan.com/investigations/excessive-disappointing-concerns-grow-over-texas-patient-safety-law-delay/
On Thursday, Austin Independent School District board members decided not to vote on the Texas Education Agency’s plan for how the state will intervene in the district’s special education services. Read more https://www.kxan.com/news/austin-isd-school-board-postpones-vote-on-texas-education-agencys-state-intervention-plan/