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Victims of Logan County helicopter crash identified

LOGAN COUNTY, WV (WOWK)— The six victims of a tragic helicopter crash in Logan County have been identified. According to the West Virginia State Police, the office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Charleston identified the victims as John Nagle II, 53 of Austin, Texas, Donald Sandhoff, 69 of Durham, North Carolina, Kevin Warren, 51 […]
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Crown & Anchor Pub

Enjoy the reliably delicious meat or veggie burgers and great seasoned fries with any of the reasonably priced beers on tap. Celebrate one of Austin's oldest icons, the campus-area Crown & Anchor, serving up classic burgers and beers for 35 years. Neighboring businesses join in on the fun, and there'll be activities all day for the whole family, including a dog wash benefiting a local shelter, Austin Humane Society adoptable dogs (noon-3pm), a bike wash with Clown Dog and FrankenBike, tasty beer pairings with Amy's Ice Creams, and more.
AUSTIN, TX

Our Stop For Kolaches At A Texas Interstate Gas Station

It’s understandable if you’ve never heard of a kolache before. We’d never seen them before we started visiting Texas and the first ones we tried were from the local Buc-ee’s. Originally, the kolache was a Czech pastry typically with a fruit filling. Every Eastern European country...
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Texas swimming holes near Austin – 10 watering holes for a fun swim this summer

If you have been looking for free places to swim in Austin or googling ‘swimming holes near me’, you are in the right place!. Texas is known for a lot of things and one of them is relentlessly hot summers. The temperatures are rising in Austin and across the state. Luckily, there are also many beautiful, refreshing, clear rivers, lakes, and even spring-fed pools that will offer a relaxing reprieve from the heat. Sometimes nothing will do, other than a dip into some crisp, cool water.
AUSTIN, TX

Here's what is causing flight delays at the Austin airport

AUSTIN, Texas — Austin-Bergstrom International Airport said travelers should expect delays Thursday afternoon. The airport tweeted that the Federal Aviation Administration air traffic control tower was "undergoing a required sanitization and deep clean." Arrivals and departures were expected to be delayed because of the cleaning. The airport then said...
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The Essential Sushi Restaurants of Austin

This gem in Springdale General offers a variety of eating experiences. Order from their popular selection of temaki or handrolls, reserve a 45-minute omakase session for a weekend or book a class in sushi-making. With high-quality ingredients and sophisticated raw, cooked and vegetarian recipes, Uroko provides affordable yet gourmet meals served from a casual countertop.
AUSTIN, TX
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Austin Animal Center waiving fees, holding events to help with space crisis

Austin Animal Center has 1,081 dogs and cats in its care, including 671 pets at the shelter. Twenty-three dogs have no kennel. “We are housing dogs in crates in our conference room and we even rented an air-conditioned construction trailer to put crates in,” said Kelsey Cler, marketing and communication manager for Austin Animal Center. “Unfortunately all of those spaces are now full and our only option is to house dogs in crates outside in front of evaporation coolers.”
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WonderSlice Opens at Pearl on Monday

Pizza Eatery Debuts in the Bottling Dept. WonderSlice will open Monday, June 27, in the Food Hall at Pearl. The new concept by Potluck Hospitality and chef Ben Schwartz promises “wonder by the slice” plus homemade subs, salads and soft serve. Schwartz, who worked at Uchiko, Emmer & Rye and Le Politique in Austin, says the restaurant is mean to be a throwback to neighborhood pizza joints of decades past.
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This Local Company Is Making Waves with Its Resort Wear Line

From living in their native Florida to traveling to the pristine beaches of the Caribbean on family vacations, sisters Kaitie Sjostedt and Lisa Strandberg practically grew up in the sand. But although the siblings have always loved resort wear, as adults they quickly realized that the luxe apparel was better suited to indoor settings. Utilizing Sjostedt’s background in fashion design and Strandberg’s eye for style as a former booker for Ford Models, the duo teamed up to create The Shore Line, a versatile clothing brand that can handle the inevitable wind, sand, and spills that come with a day on the coast. “If you can’t play with your kids, have a cocktail, or nap in it, we don’t make it,” Sjostedt says.
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