Abilene Public Library to feature community submitted …
Abilene Public Library to feature community submitted art this October
Happy Wednesday, everyone! We're here with the top stories making headlines today. These include AISD approving the TEA's special education plan, Austin nurses to rally and speak this morning, and the WGA strike ending. Read more here: https://www.kxan.com/news/local/austin/our-children-deserve-more-austin-isd-board-approves-tea-plan-for-state-appointed-monitor/
The Travis County Sheriff's Office launched a page on its website to help solve cold cases, the Austin Police Department says someone is impersonating a sergeant over the phone and threatening arrests, and Austin cooling centers are being closed. Plus, a look at the forecast. More on KXAN.com.
A veritable Who's Who of influential Abilenians gathered at the Matera Courtyard Wednesday in honor of former Abilene Reporter News (ARN) Editor-in-chief Greg Jacklewicz as he is almost a month into his well deserved retirement. Former media personalities, city councilors and even Mayor Weldon Hurt showing up to celebrate his career.