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UIL basketball state tournaments likely to return to Alamodome next year

San Antonio received generally positive reviews after hosting the University Interscholastic League boys and girls basketball state tournaments for the first time the past two weeks. 1,145 more words


Ebola drug cures monkeys infected with West African virus strain

An experimental drug has cured monkeys infected with the Ebola virus, US-based scientists have said.

The treatment, known as TKM-Ebola-Guinea, targets the Makona strain of the virus, which caused the current deadly outbreak in West Africa. 210 more words


Wagner coach Camacho's biggest fan is her 91-year-old father

Legendary Lanier High School basketball coach Nemo Herrera died in 1984, but his influence continues to resonate long after he led the Voks to a pair of state championships in the 1940s. 1,088 more words


April 21, 2015

Hello everybody! We are in the middle of our last bit of operations, and so far so good. We have a really special treat today on this blog with Christine Peirce taking the helm to explain the science. 915 more words

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Die-in at University of Texas brings attention to Rodney Reed and the horror of solitary confinement on TX death row

Students at the University of Texas at Austin will hold a die-in on Thursday, April 23, to show their continued support of death row prisoner Rodney Reed. 284 more words


Have you seen these famous Austin statues?

When it comes to statues, it’s not all about Stevie Ray Vaughan, you know. The Austinot shared their list of the “Top 14 Famous Statues in Austin” last week, and their roundup features several imposing¬†figures that you might not have known about. 118 more words


Fenves Formally Named President Of University Of Texas

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) – University of Texas System regents have formally appointed Greg Fenves as the new president for the flagship campus in Austin. 123 more words