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GABRIEL C. PÉREZ / KUT

Update 3/23

A string of bombings in Austin this month have the city on edge. Two people have been killed and four others hurt.

The Austin Police Department, along with state and federal agencies, are racing to figure out who’s behind the bombings. And the radius of their investigation grew Tuesday, after a package exploded at a FedEx facility in Schertz, a city of roughly 40,000 that borders San Antonio and is about 60 miles south of Austin.

But that blast was just the beginning.


Ryan Poppe

Local and federal agencies are investigating the recent package explosions in Austin and Schertz — and Texans are worried, unsure of what to expect when a box appears at the front door.


Federal Bureau of Investigations

Updated 3:20 p.m.

An intelligence expert said the level of sophistication involved in the latest Austin bombing — that is,  the suspect's ability to have each bomb detonate as intended — is what’s most alarming.  


Ryan Poppe

Candidates running in Texas’ primary election are attending rallies and making last minute appearances at various events — anything and everything within their power to get out the vote before Tuesday’s election.  

 

 


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Guadalupe County commissioners denied a permit to promoters of Float Fest, a two-day event featuring tubing down the San Marcos River and music concerts. The event was expected to attract more than 30,000 tubers and concert-goers, beginning July 20.


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