Reports: North Texas teacher suspended after discussing her sexual orientation with students

A Mansfield ISD teacher has been suspended after parents complained that she discussed her sexual orientation with elementary school students, according to multiple reports. According to the Fort Worth Star-Telegram, Stacy Bailey was placed on leave...

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Austin-based Kendra Scott launches jewel-themed candle collection

Kendra Scott is expanding her empire beyond jewelry. The Austin-based jewelry maven launched a collection of candles on Wednesday, featuring four fragrances inspired by some of the company’s most popular jewels. Photos: Kendra Scott surprises fans...

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Lance Armstrong’s former home in West Austin is on the market for $7.5 million

Want to live in Lance Armstrong’s old house? The cyclist’s former home in West Austin is on the market for $7.5 million. According to CultureMap, it was originally listed two years ago for $8.25 million. The six-bedroom, 7.5-bathroom home across...

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This adults-only summer camp is coming to Austin and it’ll make you feel like a kid again

If you’re missing the golden days of childhood summers spent at camp (or if you never had the opportunity to go to camp as a kid), you’re in luck. Camp No Counselors, the adults-only camp, is coming to Austin three times in 2018. The first camp...

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If you hate snakes, this Texas festival is not for you

This year was the 60th year of the Rattlesnake Roundup. To you, that may sound like an average weekend in West Texas -- but for the town of Sweetwater, it’s practically a holiday. The “world’s largest rattlesnake roundup” takes place the second weekend...

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How to help the victims of the Austin bombings

As the investigation into the acts of serial bombing suspect Mark Conditt continues, many are taking the opportunity to reflect on the lives of those lost in the attacks across Austin and Central Texas in March. Anthony Stephan House, the 39-year-old...

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Iron Works BBQ offering free lunch to police officers, FBI and ATF agents after Austin bombings 

In honor of law enforcement’s work to catch the suspect behind a string of bombings in the Austin area in March, a downtown barbecue joint is offering free meals to officers and agents on Wednesday. Iron Works BBQ, located at the corner of Red River...

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