Kimberly Reeves

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"People's Summit" Aims to Refocus State's Attention on Last Year's Freeze Disaster
Winter Storm Uri death toll may be more than 800

News, Feb. 17, 2022

Texas Officials Optimistic as Freezing Temps Approach
Texas Officials Optimistic as Freezing Temps Approach
Peak energy demand forecast for Friday morning

News, Feb. 2, 2022

Abbott Flirts With Endorsing School Vouchers
Abbott Flirts With Endorsing School Vouchers
Primary challengers pressure the governor from the right

News, Jan. 27, 2022

2020 Election Audit: No Fraud Found (Yet)
2020 Election Audit: No Fraud Found (Yet)
No widespread voting fraud found in initial phase of audit demanded by Trump

News, Jan. 6, 2022

Young Protesters Score Small Wins in Fight for Democracy
Young Protesters Score Small Wins in Fight for Democracy
Hungry for the vote

News, Dec. 30, 2021

It Wasn't Just ERCOT: Task Force Slams City's Freeze Response
It Wasn't Just ERCOT: Task Force Slams City's Freeze Response
Winter Storm Review Task Force finds fault in city's Uri response

News, Aug. 5, 2021

Dems Dig In for a Long Stay in D.C.
Dems Dig In for a Long Stay in D.C.
Quorum-breakers hone message, try to dodge COVID

News, July 22, 2021

Texas Dems Take the Voting Rights Fight to D.C.
Texas Dems Take the Voting Rights Fight to D.C.
Breaking quorum again, lawmakers leave state to thwart Abbott’s restrictive bill

News, July 15, 2021

Amid COVID Chaos, STAAR Scores Take Dive
Amid COVID Chaos, STAAR Scores Take Dive
Number of students taking standardized tests also drops

News, July 1, 2021

COVID Provides Perfect Excuse to Bar Media Access at the Texas Capitol
COVID Provides Perfect Excuse to Bar Media Access at the Texas Capitol
A cooped-up press corps tries to quantify what they lost along with access

News, June 3, 2021

Doin’ It to Death: House Dems Chub Up Slim Victories
Doin’ It to Death: House Dems Chub Up Slim Victories

News, May 27, 2021

State Employee Unions Look Askance at Texas Lege’s Pension Changes
State Employee Unions Look Askance at Texas Lege’s Pension Changes
Unions give a hard pass on cash balance plan proposed in Senate Bill 321

News, May 13, 2021

Westside Residents Turn to Lege to Escape From Austin
Westside Residents Turn to Lege to Escape From Austin
Homeowners living in some of the city's priciest lakeside properties want to ditch the city's tax roll

News, April 8, 2021

Charter School Approval Sparks More Debate
Charter School Approval Sparks More Debate
Williamson County charter school wins approval, but the charter school issue in general remains contentious

News, Jan. 9, 2009

Last Goodbye to Aquarena Springs
Last Goodbye to Aquarena Springs
Texas State plans to trade in Aquarena Springs' renowned Fifties kitsch for turn-of-the-century simplicity

News, Nov. 14, 2008

Another Dream Deferred on East 11th
Another Dream Deferred on East 11th
Popular Eastside restaurant closes doors, raising questions about the ARA's purpose

News, Nov. 7, 2008

Reagan High Stands Up and Fights
Reagan High Stands Up and Fights
Reagan High doesn't want to follow in Johnston's footsteps

News, Oct. 31, 2008

More Reasons to Shed Tears for TIERS
Health and Human Services' TIERS program still plagued by rising costs and poor quality

News, Oct. 17, 2008

Mueller Revisits Affordability and Density
Planners return to the drawing board to add and diversify housing stock at Mueller

News, Oct. 3, 2008

Healthcare District Budget, New Clinic Get Green Light
Healthcare District Budget, New Clinic Get Green Light
County commissioners sign off on building new Braker Lane clinic, despite neighborhood opposition

News, Sept. 19, 2008

TxDOT Clocked for Toll Trafficking
Texas Department of Transportation gets tough reception at Sunset Advisory Commission

News, July 18, 2008

Johnston Seniors Bid Final Farewell
Johnston Seniors Bid Final Farewell
A bittersweet occasion for Johnston's last graduating class

News, June 13, 2008

How Much is that Doggy in the Window?
How Much is that Doggy in the Window?
WilCo gets unexpected criticism over animal adoption effort

News, June 11, 2008

Council Packs More 'P' Into Every PUD
Council Packs More 'P' Into Every PUD
Proposed PUD ordinance changes may give council more mastery over master-planned developments

News, May 30, 2008

Have Your People Tweet My People, Luke
Have Your People Tweet My People, Luke
Twitter. It's not just for celebrities

News, May 28, 2008

Bill White Has Himself An Austin Moment
Bill White Has Himself An Austin Moment
Houston mayor goes all green

News, May 28, 2008

School's Out for Johnston High Principal
School's Out for Johnston High Principal

News, May 23, 2008

Former Rep. Lena Guerrero Dies of Cancer
Former Rep. Lena Guerrero Dies of Cancer

News, May 2, 2008

That Girl Can Sing
On the Trail With Gale

News, April 25, 2008

Voucher Alert
Voucher Alert
Expect to see some form of vouchers-lite come out of the Texas Education Agency in the next couple of weeks.

News, March 20, 2008

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