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Clinton to turn over email server–amid report of ‘top secret’ messages–-DEMOCRATIC presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton directs her staff to hand over her personal server to federal investigators amid questiosn over whether classified email was mishandled while she was secretary of state.
Ferguson state of emergency could end--Relative calm appeared to have returned to the streets of Ferguson, Mo. Last night night amid a state of emergency that was declared after gunfire erupted late Sunday following a day of peaceful protests marking the first anniversary of the fatal shooting of Michael Brown.
The second half of Sean Hannity’s interview with presidential contender Donald Trump, who continues to lead the polls will air tonight.
Police are offering a reward as they try to find the person who started a car fire near the Texas state capital. They believe that the same person was seen acting suspiciously at Speaker Joe Strauss’ office.
Sixty Seven people have died in traffic accidents in Austin this year. That’s more than all of last year. Slaughter Lane has had a particularly high number of crashes. Most of them happen between midnight and six am on Friday, Saturday or Sunday and involve alcohol or drugs. APD is going to announce a plan to help make the roads safer today.