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The University of Oklahoma has severed ties with Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity and could expel some members shown in a video chanting racist remarks. The university president, who joined hundreds of students at the Norman campus in a predawn protest, called the students participating in the video ‘disgraceful’ and promised a thorough investigation.
A South Austin man saw three young people on his home surveillance camera going around his neighborhood Sunday morning entering unlocked cars and taking valuables. Now, police are trying to get the word out and catch the three teenagers that seem to be working together.
Rep. Tony Dale has asked the House General Investigating and Ethics Committee to investigate TxDOT and the vendors associated with TxTAG in regards to the billing issues.
It’s not your imagination. A new study says that traffic really is worse on I-5 than it was a few years ago. It may have to do with the number of people who have moved to town recently – over 144,000. The study says traffic has increased far more in King County than in the surrounding counties.
Rough start to the week? The first Monday after turning the clocks ahead for daylight saving time can be headache, and some state lawmakers want to eliminate the practice. Not everyone in Seattle is happy to ‘spring forward’. Some state lawmakers want to eliminate the practice.
“Sometimes your only available transportation is a leap of faith”