• Texas holds off Butler 61-48 in the PK80

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Texas is confident they’ll muster enough enthusiasm for Duke.With a 61-48 victory over Butler on Thursday, the Longhorns advanced at the Phil Knight Invitational to face the top-ranked Blue Devils on Friday.
    “We’re playing Duke, so I think that’s enough said right there,” guard Matt Coleman said. “No. 1 team in the country.”
    Andrew Jones had 16 points and Texas held off a late rally by the Bulldogs. Mohamed Bamba had six point
  • Texas already bowl bound as pressure mounts at Texas Tech

    AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Tom Herman has cleared his first big hurdle with the Texas Longhorns. Texas Tech’s Kliff Kingsbury faces a potentially even bigger one this week with escalating tension over whether another stumble could cost him his job.Texas (6-5, 5-3 Big 12) became bowl eligible for the first time in three seasons with last week’s win at West Virginia. Kingsbury’s Red Raiders (5-6, 2-6) need to beat the Longhorns on Friday night if they want to get to a bowl a
  • Gov. Abbott joins Meals on Wheels to serve Austin’s elderly

    AUSTIN (KXAN)– Gov. Gregg Abbott and his wife Cecilia joined Meals on Wheels to deliver meals to 500 homebound seniors throughout the city on Thanksgiving Day.
    For this mission, the organization partnered with H-E-B to deliver the meals which include turkey, mashed potatoes, vegetables, dinner roll and milk.
    Much of the work was done by volunteers like Gail Bell who simply saw a need and wanted to help.
    “I saw something on Facebook about needing volunteers and I thought ‘that&r
  • Family of oldest living veteran says more help is needed to continue home care

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — At 111 years old, Austin’s beloved Richard Overton is not only America’s longest living veteran, he’s now the oldest man in the country. But funding Overton’s 24/7 home care isn’t cheap, which is why his family is putting out a plea to keep the donations coming.
    This Thanksgiving, the Overtons are thankful to still have Richard by their side.
    “It has made a major difference, it’s like he has a second lease at life,” cousi
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  • Cowboys dropped by Chargers lose 3rd straight game

    DALLAS (KXAN) — The Dallas Cowboys are floundering without running back Ezekiel Elliott and are now buried in the NFC playoff race after a 28-6 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers. The Cowboys (5-6) have lost three straight games since the Elliott suspension.
    Quarterback Dak Prescott threw two interceptions, one that was returned for a touchdown, and finished 20-27 with 179 passing yards. The Chargers led 16-0 in the 4th quarter before Dallas got on the board with a Rod Smith two yard rushing
  • Houston speed skater hopes to bring Olympic gold home

    HOUSTON (KXAN) — When an athlete is training for the Olympics, they need to stay focused on the task at hand.
    For Houston speed skater Jonathan Garcia, he was left feeling hopeless when Hurricane Harvey came through and wreaked havoc on his hometown. Garcia is training for the Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah and going back to Texas wasn’t an option.
    “It was pretty awful, you know, I just feel helpless. I was here, I couldn’t really do anything,” says Garcia.
  • Texas DPS trooper shot and killed in Freestone County

    FREESTONE COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — A Texas Department of Public Safety trooper has been shot and killed in Freestone County, the Navarro County Office of Emergency Management confirmed in a tweet Thursday afternoon.
    KXAS reports it happened about 4 p.m. south of Fairfield on Interstate 45, citing Navarro County EMS.
    Authorities say the gunman is Darbrett Black, who is currently at large. Freestone County is about 90 minutes southeast of Dallas.
    The suspect is a black male, 5-foot-11 inc
  • Slain DPS trooper identified, suspect in custody

    WALLER COUNTY, Texas (KXAN)–  Officials in Waller County say the suspect who shot and killed a DPS trooper in Freestone County and engaged in a shooting with deputies Thursday, has been captured in Waller County near Praire View.
    The Waller County Sheriff’s office said in a Facebook Post that the suspect, Dabrett Black, drove into the county and “shots have been fired inthe area of Liendo Parkway and Wyatt Chapel.”
    Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Damon Alle
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  • Thanksgiving meals donated for Harvey evacuee families now in Austin

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — The Austin Disaster Relief Network partnered with Gobble Gobble Give and Austin Ridge Bible Church to bring Thanksgiving meals to 55 families evacuated to Austin after Hurricane Harvey.Gobble Gobble Give delivered meals to over 100 people (21 families) now living in Austin as a result of Harvey. Some of the families picked up their meals earlier in the week. In addition to meals, these families were given HEB gift cards to make sure they were well fed on this holiday.
    Gobbl
  • Pflugerville residents wake up to vandalized cars, homes

    PFLUGERVILLE, Texas (KXAN) — Some families in the Windermere neighborhood in Pflugerville had a difficult start to their Thanksgiving day after waking up to find that their cars and homes had been vandalized.
    The Pflugerville Police Department, in a Facebook post, said that most of the vehicles had broken windows and suspect they may have been shot at with a BB gun or Airsoft gun. They say some residences also had broken windows. Police say much of the vandalism was done to houses and cars
  • 6 people displaced after north Austin Thanksgiving day fire

    AUSTIN (KXAN)– Six people are displaced from their home this Thanksgiving after a fire at their north Austin apartment on McNeil Drive east of Research Boulevard.
    Austin Fire Department tweeted about the fire around 1:32 p.m., Thursday. Crews said the fire was caused by a cigarette that was not properly discarded.
    According to firefighters, the flames were confined to the 1st floor balcony of the apartment. AFD was able to put out the fire shortly. While no one was injured, AFD said the fi
  • Burning the calories before the big meal: thousands take part in Turkey Trot

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — Thousands of runners burned off their holiday meal Thanksgiving Day, before even sitting down to the table.
    The 27th annual ThunderCloud Subs Turkey Trot took place Thursday morning, the largest five-mile run in the state.
    The run has raised more than $3.1 million for Caritas of Austin over the years, with 100 percent of proceeds going to the non-profit. Caritas helps people move out of poverty toward self-sufficiency.
    “Thanksgiving Day has always been synonymous with
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  • WATCH: Manor High cheerleaders among Macy’s Parade performers

    NEW YORK (KXAN) — Fourteen cheerleaders from Manor High School were among the performers Thursday at the 91st annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
    The Mustangs cheer squad was chosen by Spirit of America Productions to participate in the parade. Only 14 of the 22 cheerleaders on the squad were able to make the trip due to travel costs.
    “The heart of our cheer program is showcasing the talents and hard work of our squad,” said coach Norma Franco. “We as a team are
  • Woman’s Club in Rockport helps survivors heal after Harvey

    ROCKPORT, Texas (KXAN) — This year’s Thanksgiving is the first since Hurricane Harvey decimated parts of the coastal bend. Miraculously, the Woman’s Club of Aransas County, located in Rockport, was one of the only buildings close to the water that was not damaged.
    Jean McCollum, 91, is grateful for that. She spent several weeks in a motel after the storm, but was grateful to return to regular meetings at the club to see her friends.
    “Thanksgiving is going to be sad for a
  • Macy’s Thanksgiving parade revels on amid tight security

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade featured balloons, bands, stars and heavy security in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.
    With new faces and old favorites in the lineup, the Americana extravaganza made its way through 2 ½ miles (3.22 kilometers) of Manhattan on a cold morning.
    “The crowds are still the same, but there’s a lot more police here. That’s the age we live in,” Paul Seyforth said as he attended the parade he
  • Macy’s parade rolls on with balloons, bands, security

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade marched, rolled and soared in traditional style Thursday as police went all-out to secure it in a year marked by attacks on outdoor gathering spots.
    With new faces and old favorites in the lineup, the Americana extravaganza made its way through 2 ½ miles (3.22 kilometers) of Manhattan on a cold morning.
    “The crowds are still the same, but there’s a lot more police here. That’s the age we live in,” Paul
  • Trailer full of equipment stolen from Habitat for Humanity project site

    TAYLOR, Texas (KXAN) — An equipment trailer, full of supplies, was stolen from a Habitat for Humanity home build site in Williamson County just before the Thanksgiving holiday.
    A spokesperson for the Habitat for Humanity of Williamson County said the trailer was taken sometime between Tuesday morning and Wednesday afternoon, from the 800 block of West 6th Street in Taylor. Volunteers were repairing a home there that was damaged in the 2015 Memorial Day floods.
    The trailer contained mostly
  • Toy Joy opening second location as store celebrates 30th anniversary

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin icon of quirkiness that nearly closed for good will now expand, just in time for the holiday shopping rush.
    Toy Joy is opening a second location in the shopping center at 4631 Airport Blvd., right on the edge of Hyde Park and the Mueller neighborhoods.
    This comes as Toy Joy gets ready to celebrate its 30th anniversary. They told us the city permitting process took longer than they expected.
    “We really wanted to get open for the Christmas season, even if we w
  • Woman helps homeless man who returned lost $10,000 check

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) – Thanksgiving was celebrated a day early in New Haven. A homeless man who returned a check that he found on the ground downtown to its owner got a big surprise on Wednesday.
    Two weeks ago, Elmer Alvarez returned a lost check for $10,000 to Roberta Hoskie. On Wednesday morning, she showed him how thankful she is, and gave him something to be thankful for.
    Hoskie, who was once homeless herself, wanted to show Alvarez how much she appreci
  • Border agent injured in West Texas incident out of hospital

    EL PASO, Texas (AP) — A Border Patrol agent injured in an incident that left a fellow agent dead was discharged Wednesday from an El Paso hospital.
    The agent was discharged Wednesday from the University Medical Center in El Paso, said Doug Mosier, spokesman for U.S. Customs and Border Protection in El Paso. He declined to identify the agent and referred to the FBI all questions about the status of the investigation into Saturday night’s incident near Van Horn that left agent Rogelio
  • Woman raises money for homeless man who gave her his last $20

    PHILADELPHIA (WCMH/AP) — A New Jersey woman who was helped by a homeless man when she ran out of gas in Philadelphia is raising money to help him.
    Kate McClure was heading to Philadelphia to visit a friend last month when she ran out of gas on Interstate 95. The Florence Township woman pulled over and began to worry until a homeless man approached her.
    The man, whose name was Johnny, told her it wasn’t safe and he bought McClure gas with his last $20.
    McClure promised she would retur
  • VIDEO: Big rigs repeatedly run through east Austin stop sign

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — It’s a sound neighbor Jeff Makela says he’s used to hearing nowadays. “I can see and hear them all day long,” he said.
    Gravel and dirt hauling trucks pass by Makela’s front yard daily, thanks to new construction nearby in the Austin Colony neighborhood in east Austin.
    “I think there’s over 300 houses being built in this new area back here.” But with the new construction comes some new worries.
    “My goal for recording
  • Report: Texas could lose nearly a million jobs without a deal on NAFTA

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — A report by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week describes Texas losing 970,000 jobs if the United States backs out of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) with Canada and Mexico.
    If the country negotiators cannot agree on trade rules, prices in Texas might increase in different industries, including grocery stores. The night before millions sit down to feast on Thanksgiving favorites, there’s a possibility that next year’s dinner could cost signifi
  • Christmas tree shortage could mean Austin tree lots sell out fast

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — This holiday season, a nationwide Christmas tree shortage could mean you won’t get a tree if you don’t get out and buy one ahead of the crowd. Tree farmers and those who own tree lots are warning that they’re facing severe shortages.
    “There’s just not enough Christmas trees to go around,” says Jimmy Coan, who owns Papa Noel Christmas Trees.
    The company runs six lots in the Austin area and a tree farm in North Carolina.
    Coan explains
  • Schools and churches see bulk of Harvey funding

    ROCKPORT, Texas (KXAN) — Nearly three months after Hurricane Harvey destroyed thousands of homes and other buildings along Texas’ coastal bend, some of the donation money raised by people everywhere is slowly getting doled out.
    Little Lights Learning Center Director LaVeta Rodriguez said the Rockport day care center received money from an organization called Save the Children. She said her center was able to save the building, after buying a new carpet, fixing holes in the ceiling, a
  • VIDEO: Suspects hold woman at gunpoint in front of Killeen home

    KILLEEN, Texas (KXAN) — A woman on the line with 911 got the scare of her life when two men rushed her with their guns drawn in front of her Killeen home.
    “Oh my God! Who the f— were they?” the woman screamed, as the two men ran away when four dogs inside started barking. “I’m going to get my f—– gun.”
    A man seen standing next to the woman — in video obtained by local NBC affiliate KCEN — identified as 22-year-old Davieon Reed, wa
  • Stores stocking up on clear bags as more venues make security changes

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — Pitbull and Enrique Iglesias will perform at a concert at the Frank Erwin Center Wednesday night and fans will notice new security requirements for what they can bring inside.
    The University of Texas confirms this concert is the first non-basketball event at the Erwin Center to feature the new clear bag policy.
    The policy has been in place at UT athletics events since Aug. 1, but is new to the Erwin Center this month. UT explained that the policy is in place to speed up the
  • Crash ejects person from vehicle in Jonah, shutting down SH 29

    WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — A person was ejected from a vehicle in a crash on State Highway 29 in Jonah, closing all lanes of the highway just east of Farm to Market 1660.
    The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says only one vehicle was involved in the crash and alerted drivers to the closed highway at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday.
    Deputies say the ejected person has serious injuries and is being treated by Emergency Medical Services.
    Additional information was not immediately available
  • Crash ejects person from vehicle in Jonah, closing SH 29

    WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Texas (KXAN) — A person was ejected from a vehicle in a crash on State Highway 29 in Jonah, closing all lanes of the highway just east of Farm to Market 1660.
    The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office says only one vehicle was involved in the crash and alerted drivers to the closed highway at 4:15 p.m. Wednesday. The highway reopened at 5:30 p.m.
    Deputies say the ejected person has serious injuries and is being treated by Emergency Medical Services.
    Additional informa
  • Need a last minute food run? These grocery stores are open on Thanksgiving

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — If you’re caught in a jam on Thanksgiving Day and desperately need something to get you through a horde of family members descending on your home, or just need a quick run to the grocery store for some pumpkin pie, you’ll be glad to know that most Austin-area grocery stores are open for at least part of Thursday.
    Some notable exceptions — including Fresh Plus and Trader Joes — are in a small group of stores closing all day on Thanksgiving.
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  • Federal judge strikes down Texas’ new abortion law

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — A federal judge has struck down a new Texas law that would have limited a woman’s access to a second-trimester abortion procedure.
    Whole Woman’s Health filed a lawsuit against the state’s Senate Bill 8, which lawmakers passed in the 85th legislative session, and a federal judge issued a temporary injunction in August blocking the law from going into effect until after a trial, which was at the beginning of this month.
    Abortion providers argued the law 
  • Fed minutes show general support for 3rd rate hike this year

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal Reserve officials generally believe that it’ll soon be time for another increase in the Fed’s key interest rate. However, a few felt any further rate hikes should be delayed until they see inflation moving higher, minutes of their last meeting revealed.
    Minutes of the Fed’s Oct. 31-Nov. 1 meeting released Wednesday showed that many officials believed a third rate hike this year will likely be warranted if incoming data leave the medium-term econo
  • U.S. Rep. Joe Barton apologizes for graphic online photo

    WASHINGTON (The Texas Tribune) — U.S. Rep. Joe Barton, R-Ennis, released a statement on Wednesday apologizing for a graphic nude photo of him that circulated on social media earlier this week.
    “While separated from my second wife, prior to the divorce, I had sexual relationships with other mature adult women,” he said. “Each was consensual. Those relationships have ended. I am sorry I did not use better judgment during those days. I am sorry that I let my constituent
  • Wonder World Amusement Park denied permit to sell alcohol

    SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) – After a two-hour discussion the San Marcos City Council denied the Wonder World Amusement Park a permit to sell beer and wine at the venue. The manager of Wonder World, Kristin Williams, says she was hoping to bring in more visitors and provide a beer for those eating lunch.
    A Conditional Use Permit (CUP) was previously approved by the city’s Planning and Zoning Commission which would allow the sale of beer and wine for on-site consumption at the park. Howe
  • Flights at Texas air base grounded after fatal crash

    DEL RIO, Texas (AP) — Flights at an Air Force base near the Texas-Mexico border have been grounded through the Thanksgiving weekend after the crash of a jet trainer killed an airman and injured another.
    An Air Force statement Tuesday announced the suspension of flight operations at Laughlin Air Force Base near Del Rio in the wake of the Monday afternoon crash of a T-38 Talon jet aircraft. The Air Force hasn’t released the identities of the dead crew member and the injured survivor. A
  • All lanes of I-35 back open at 51st Street after 3 semis collide

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — On one of the busiest travel days of the year, Interstate 35 through Austin was shut down for a couple of hours after three 18-wheelers collided.
    It happened around 12:51 p.m. on Interstate 35 southbound near 51st Street. All southbound lanes of I-35 were closed until the fuel was cleaned up and all the trucks were cleared, which was around 3 p.m.
    No injuries were reported.
    You can check for traffic conditions via KXAN’s traffic map here. 
  • Everything you need to know about Trail of Lights 2017

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — When the 53rd annual Trail of Lights opens its doors on Saturday, Dec. 9, the event will be even bigger and better than the year before. If you’ve been every year since its inception — except for 2010 and 2011 when the event didn’t happen — you know it’s always a great photo opportunity for the family.
    Here’s everything you need to make sure your visit to Zilker Park is the best it can be.
    Dates/Times
    Starts Saturday, Dec. 9 and runs
  • Yule have a great time at the Trail of Lights Fun Run

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — It only comes once a year! Zilker Park is being transformed into a winter wonderland for Austin’s Trail of Lights. Your only chance to race under over 2 million twinkling lights is coming up on Saturday, Dec. 2.
    It’s the 6th annual Trail of Lights Fun Run. Keeping Austin active, the Fun Run is a great opportunity to get some exercise in disguise with friends and family. Whether you’re racing solo or with a group, a stroll through the nostalgic displays is
  • They might look good, but fake eyelashes have hidden dangers

    HOUSTON, Texas (KPRC) Dr. Bridgitte Shen Lee of Vision Optique in Houston says eyelash extensions are so popular among her patients, she has to explain to patients multiple times a day the risks that come with false lashes.
    In a perfect world, she says women should not be wearing makeup on the extensions, but she recognizes that is not a realistic request.
    Some women do not ever remove all the residue, and it can lead to a complicated problem.
    “It’s mites, it’s mites that live
  • Exits closing in San Marcos to help with Black Friday traffic

    SAN MARCOS (KXAN) — Buyers (and drivers) beware: there will be some changes around the outlet malls in San Marcos to account for increased holiday shopping traffic.
    There will be more police officers at the malls themselves, as well as controlling traffic near Centerpoint Road.
    Two I-35 San Marcos exits will be shut down from noon Thursday to 11 p.m. Friday.Two exits on Interstate 35 will shut down from Thursday at noon until Friday at 11 p.m. The southbound Centerpoint Road exit and the n
  • Bomb threat reported at Amazon’s San Marcos fulfillment center

    SAN MARCOS, Texas (KXAN) — Amazon’s fulfillment center in San Marcos had a scare on Monday after an employee found a piece of paper in a bathroom indicating there was a bomb in the building.
    The city of San Marcos says numerous agencies responded and conducted a walk-through of the warehouse where nothing was found. The police department secured the note for evidence and no other issues were reported at the location at 1401 E. McCarty Lane.
    Amazon’s San Marcos location has hund
  • Saint Rocco’s and Trinity Groves to provide a view to a Countdown

    With the downtown Dallas skyline and Reunion Tower fireworks display serving as a backdrop, Saint Rocco’s New York Italian restaurant at Trinity Groves provides the perfect setting for the Lone Star NYE: Countdown to 2018 celebration.
    VIP guests, as well as those tuning in to the broadcast and extended online livestream, will soak up the views from the posh, open-air roof deck – warmed by heaters, of course – as Jackopierce provides musical entertainment and special h
  • Person of interest wanted in Round Rock’s Teravista car burglaries

    ROUND ROCK, Texas (KXAN) — The Teravista neighborhood in north Round Rock saw eight more car burglaries this past weekend.
    Last month, the Williamson County Sheriff’s Office released surveillance video of one burglar stealing items from a vehicle during the early morning hours of Oct. 23. Authorities say it appears the suspect or suspects arrived at the location in a vehicle, possibly a light colored 2-door sedan. Most of the vehicles that have been burglarized were unlocked.
    Sh
  • Judge rules Austin City Council violated open meetings law for second time in a year

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — In the last year, two separate judges have ruled against the city of Austin for violating the Open Meetings Act.
    Judge Scott Jenkins ruled Austin City Council’s vote on Nov. 10, 2016 violated the Open Meetings Act by failing to give proper notice of the item they were voting on. In a statement sent to KXAN, the plaintiff’s attorney, Bill Aleshire explained council did not disclose that it was granting environmental waivers to Champion Tract developers. He also w
  • Turkey trouble? Call the Butterball hotline for help

    GARNER, N.C. (NBC News) — When Americans sit down at the Thanksgiving table, 88 percent of them will be feasting on turkey. To make the perfect bird, everyone from novices to skilled chefs may need a little help.
    Luckily, the Butterball Turkey Talk-line is here to help.
    Recipes for Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, Doritos turkey
    “This year, just for the season we’re open, we’ll take about 100,000 calls and then you can also text us. We’re on social media, so we&rsquo
  • VIDEO: Meteorite lights up sky over Japan

    CHIBA PREFECTURE, Japan (KXAN/NBC) — Those who were looking up at just the right time Tuesday night in Japan got quite a show — a meteorite lit up the sky as it fell toward Earth.
    People from the western parts of the country all the way to the northeast were able to spot it — and so were rolling dash cameras. One in Chiba prefecture captured video of the light, which lasted about three seconds.
    RELATED: Security camera captures meteor over Phoenix 
    Fireballs like this one
  • Poll: Many want to avoid political talk this Thanksgiving

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Pass the turkey — but maybe hold the politics. The already-fraught topic now includes allegations of sexual misconduct against politicians of various political stripes.
    From GOP President Donald Trump to Democratic Sen. Al Franken, politicians past, present and aspiring stand accused of sexual misconduct and that could keep tensions high at the holiday table. More than a third of Americans dread the prospect of politics coming up over Thanksgiving, a new poll shows.
  • WATCH: Fire in the aisles of Cedar Park Walmart

    CEDAR PARK, Texas (KXAN) — Early Wednesday morning firefighters responded to flames in the middle of aisles at Walmart in Cedar Park.
    It happened at the store on 201 Walton Way around 1:44 a.m. Jackie Sinclair posted video to Facebook of the flames, which appear to be in an aisle behind the watches and jewelry section. Cedar Park Fire Department says two separate fires were set inside and they’re investigating it as arson.
    “How did this happen?” Sinclair says on the
  • Texas police hand out turkey instead of tickets

    LAREDO, Texas (KXAN) — When they saw the police lights behind them, people in Laredo may have thought they were in for a traffic ticket. Instead, they got a turkey.
    Laredo Police Department officers pulled over people who committed traffic violations, but decided to give them a warning and a frozen bird. A local business donated the turkeys, and officers handed out 25 of them on Tuesday alone.
    Matthew McConaughey hands out free turkeys for his birthday
    Officers say reactions were varied, a
  • Mother charged after putting recording device in daughter’s backpack

    NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) –  A Virginia mother is facing charges after hiding a recording device in her daughter’s backpack after hearing she was being bullied.
    “I tried to be fair, but it’s not fair,” Sarah Sims said.  “There is nothing fair about this.”
    In late September, Sims said she had enough. She told KXAN’s sister station WAVY her 9-year-old daughter was getting bullied at Ocean View Elementary and that repeated calls and emails to the

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