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Law enforcement watching for naughty drivers during holidays

Law enforcement watching for naughty drivers during holidays

FROM STAFF REPORTS It’s the holidays, but law enforcement isn’t taking any time off. On the contrary, they’ll be stepping up efforts to curb drunken driving and other behavior that puts people at risk. (more…)

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Buckle up. Texas Department of Public Safety troopers as well as other law enforcement agencies will be out in force July 3-4 to ensure safety on the roadways.

Texas DPS warns motorists to avoid bad behavior during July 4 holiday; troopers out in force

FROM STAFF REPORTS AUSTIN — From drunken and distracted driving to seatbelt and speeding violations, bad behavior on the area’s roadways will be on the radar of Texas Department of Public Safety troopers July 3-4. (more…)

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Authorities are investigating a two-vehicle collision July 10 in which one of the motorists swerved to avoid vehicles waiting to turn left off U.S. 281 on the Blanco-Burnet County line. The photo shows first responders working within one of the vehicles involved in the crash. Courtesy photo

Judge: Serious crash highlights need for turn-lanes on U.S. 281

STAFF WRITER CONNIE SWINNEY ROUND MOUNTAIN — At least one person is fighting for his life July 11 after a two-vehicle crash involving motorists stopped to turn off U.S. 281 at the Blanco-Burnet County line. (more…)

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Police: Prepare for traffic from Brother Max Copeland’s funeral

CONNIE SWINNEY • PICAYUNE STAFF MARBLE FALLS —  As the community prepares to honor the life and lay to rest longtime Baptist preacher Brother Max Copeland on May 29, law enforcement unveiled traffic routes and anticipated delays in and around the city. Copeland served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Marble Falls for 42 […]

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