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Travis County poll worker dies from COVID-19, believes she got it while working early voting

Travis County poll worker dies from COVID-19, believes she got it while working early voting

AUSTIN (KXAN) — After more than a month in an Austin ICU fighting COVID-19, the family of Patricia Perez got word early this week that the end was near.Her five adult children gathered at St. David’s Medical Center on 32nd Street to receive the devastating news from doctors: she was not expected to make it through the night. The update did not come as a surprise.This past weekend, on Patricia’s 70th birthday, doctors told her family they had exhausted all options. By Wednesday morning, the ventilator and all of the other machines that had been keeping her alive were turned off, and the...

December 4, 2020
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Former Rodeo Austin accountant pleads guilty to $1.3M theft, sentenced to probation

Former Rodeo Austin accountant pleads guilty to $1.3M theft, sentenced to probation

AUSTIN (KXAN) – A former Rodeo Austin financial manager, who was accused of stealing over $1 million from the nonprofit charity and faced up to 99 years in prison for first-degree felony theft of property, pleaded guilty Thursday in Travis County District Court and will serve 10 years of probation.Mark Weston’s sentence comes roughly four years after Rodeo Austin officials . Weston, a certified public accountant and the nonprofit’s financial manager at the time, later admitted he had misappropriated the funds and agreed to pay back $850,000, according to a 2017 legal agreement he...

October 8, 2020
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Some local universities changing course on fall plans to go all or mostly online

Some local universities changing course on fall plans to go all or mostly online

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Some Central Texas universities that were planning for all in-person courses in the fall are now changing course due to a recent spike in COVID-19 cases, and and order by the Austin-Travis County Health Authority saying K-12 school cannot open for in-person learning until after September 7.St. Edward’s University in south Austin just announced a change for its students and faculty, which includes a revised plan for the majority of classes to be online for the fall semester. As of two weeks ago, the university was still .President Dr. George Martin and other university...

July 15, 2020
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COVID-19 spreading like wildfire in Texas prisons, experts call for mass testing

COVID-19 spreading like wildfire in Texas prisons, experts call for mass testing

||||||||||AUSTIN (KXAN) — Emails from fearful family members of Texas prisoners keeping coming.On Monday, a mother who wishes to remain anonymous said the last phone call she got from her son who is serving time in a state prison in Huntsville was on April 20.“I’m sure I’m not the only parent,” she said. “I’m concerned and I would appreciate it if we at least got a phone call. Maybe twice a week, even if it’s five minutes, just to assure me that he is doing good and he’s not ill.”He’s on lockdown because there are positive cases in his unit. Lockdown generally means no phone calls for...

May 5, 2020
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