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The gunman who took 17 hostages in Sydney was not on a terrorist watch list, like they first thought, despite being well known to federal police and the Australian security agency. The gunman held hostages for 16 hours at a popular cafe. Two hostages as well as the gunman lost their lives.
Taliban gunmen stormed a military school in Pakistan on Tuesday,killing at least 126 people. The attack began in the early morning, with the gunmen entering the school — a military-run facility with students in grades 1-10 — and shooting at random. ‘This dastardly & inhuman attack exposes the real face of terrorism,’ Rajnath Singh, India’s minister of home affairs tweeted.
HEB Named one of the Best Places to Work in the US: The grocery store was founded in 1905 with one store in Kerrville, Texas. Today, H-E-B is located in Texas and Mexico, with more than 340 stores and nearly 76,000 employees.
If you live in Austin, don’t forget to vote in the runoff election Tuesday. Austin voters will decide on eight races in the city runoff election.
Possibly rough cedar season ahead: When cedar trees get a decent amount of rain, like we’ve had the past couple of months, they tend to thrive.