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Traffic Fatality #71

Austin (TX) Police - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 12:17

Case:           18-3350146

Date:            December 1, 2018

Time:            1:28 a.m.

Location:      900 Springdale Road

Deceased:    Billy Jack Dickey, White male, D.O.B. 11/30/1955
 
The preliminary investigation shows that Billy Jack Dickey was struck by a motor vehicle in the 900 block of Springdale Road. Dickey was pronounced deceased at the scene. The driver of the vehicle failed to remain on scene.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case should call APD’s Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-6935. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s 71st fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in 72 fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were 64 fatal traffic crashes and 69 traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

Traffic Fatality #70

Austin (TX) Police - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 12:15

Case:           18-3331578

Date:            November 29, 2018

Time:            7:47 p.m.

Location:      Research Blvd SVRD SB/McCann Drive

Deceased:    Matthew Lutomski, White male, D.O.B. 08/25/1994
 
The preliminary investigation shows that Mathew Lutomski was driving a 2008 Subaru southbound on Research Blvd when he exited on to the service road just north of McCann Drive. Lutomski appears to have lost control of the vehicle, striking a metal utility pole on the driver’s side. He was pronounced deceased at the scene.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case should call APD’s Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-6935. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s 70th fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in 71 fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were 64 fatal traffic crashes and 69 traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

Traffic Fatality #69

Austin (TX) Police - Wed, 12/05/2018 - 12:13

Case:           18-3310794

Date:            November 27, 2018

Time:            1:46 p.m.

Location:     7500 N IH-35 NB

Deceased:    Christopher Brown, Black male, D.O.B. 12/12/1977
 
The preliminary investigation shows that Christopher Brown attempted to cross IH-35 on foot from east to west while evading police following a robbery at a nearby convenience store. Mr. Brown jumped over a concrete barrier to cross the heavily-traveled roadway. As he entered the center lane, Brown ran into the rear portion of a passing 18-wheeler. Christopher Brown was transported to Dell Seton Medical Center at the University of Texas where he succumbed to his injuries.
 
The driver of the 18-wheeler was unaware of the impact and no charges are expected to be filed.
 
APD is investigating this case. Anyone with information regarding this case should call APD’s Vehicular Homicide Unit Detectives at (512) 974-6935. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 
This is Austin’s 69th fatal traffic crash of 2018, resulting in 70 fatalities this year. At this time in 2017, there were 64 fatal traffic crashes and 69 traffic fatalities.
 
These statements are based on the initial assessment of the fatal crash and investigation is still pending. Fatality information may change.

Governor Abbott Announces The Professional Golfers’ Association Of America’s Headquarters Is Relocating To Texas

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 17:35
Governor Greg Abbott today announced that The Professional Golfers’ Association of America (The PGA of America) will relocate its headquarters from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to Frisco, Texas, bringing $30 million in capital investment and a minimum of 100 new jobs to the state of Texas.

Governor Greg Abbott today announced that The Professional Golfers’ Association of America (The PGA of America) will relocate its headquarters from Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to Frisco, Texas, bringing $30 million in capital investment and a minimum of 100 new jobs to the state of Texas. Founded in 1916, The PGA of America is an organization of professional golfers with over 29,000 members. A Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant of up to $1,500,000 has been extended to The PGA of America.

“For years, the PGA of America has served its membership all across the nation where they engage their local communities, and help to raise over $4 billion annually,” said Governor Abbott. “The decision to relocate their headquarters to Texas because of our business-friendly climate is a welcome one. I thank the PGA of America for the new jobs and investment that they will bring to the City of Frisco, wish them continued success, and welcome them to the Lone Star State, the home of champions.”

“The PGA of America is very proud to call Frisco our new home,” said CEO Seth Waugh. “We welcome the opportunity to develop friendships and partnerships with the community and its residents, as well as across North Texas and throughout the state. We are grateful to the City of Frisco, the State of Texas and Omni Stillwater Woods for embracing our vision of creating a transformational headquarters that, together with our world-class partners, helps us advance our mission of serving our nearly 29,000 PGA Golf Professionals and growing the game.”

“Today is both historic and transformational for the City of Frisco,” said Mayor Jeff Cheney. “Not only will this signature development change the future of Frisco’s northern landscape, it will transform the sport, growing a new generation of pros, fans and golf enthusiasts. As Sports City, USA, we’re thrilled to partner with another world class brand like PGA of America. We’re also honored Omni is, once again, committing such a huge investment in our community, recognizing the potential to grow entertainment, tourism and economic development in one of the fastest growing cities in America.” 

Under Governor Abbott’s leadership, the Texas Enterprise Fund helped to close the deal on 29 projects in 2015-2018 that committed over $853 million in new capital investments and more than 16,500 new direct jobs all across the state, from Amarillo to the Rio Grande Valley and communities in between. The TEF also serves as a jobs multiplier, supporting thousands more indirect jobs at existing local and small businesses. The $70 million invested in job creation during Governor Abbott’s administration also helped close the deal on eight corporate headquarter relocations to Texas. Administered by the Economic Development and Tourism Division within the Office of the Governor, the Texas Enterprise Fund helps to strengthen the state’s already diverse and growing economy and attract new jobs to communities across the state.

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Bank Robbery #23

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 14:24

Case:       18-3350809

Date:        Saturday, December 1, 2018

Time:       11:35 a.m.

Location:  Wells Fargo Bank – 3216 West Braker Ln.
 
The Austin Police Department (APD) Robbery Unit and the FBI Central Texas Robbery Task Force are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Saturday, December 1, around 11:35 a.m., at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 3216 West Braker Lane. The suspect approached the teller and passed a note, demanding money before leaving the scene in a white SUV. No injuries were reported during the robbery.

APD is asking for the public's assistance in identifying this suspect. A photo and description are provided below.

Suspect described as:

  • White male
  • 20 to 30 years old
  • 6’ 0” to 6’3” tall
  • Red, swollen hands

Suspect Photos:
    

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the APD Robbery tip line at (512) 974-5092, Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or use the new Crime Stoppers App. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 

Bank Robbery #22

Austin (TX) Police - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 14:23

Case:       18-3340872

Date:        Friday, November 30, 2018

Time:       12:05 p.m.

Location:  Wells Fargo Bank – 8045 Mesa Drive
 
The Austin Police Department (APD) Robbery Unit and the FBI Central Texas Robbery Task Force are investigating a bank robbery that occurred on Friday, November 30, 2018, around 12:05 p.m., at the Wells Fargo Bank located at 8045 Mesa Dr. The suspect approached the teller and passed a note, demanding money before leaving on foot. No injuries were reported during the robbery.

APD is asking for the public's assistance in identifying this suspect. A photo and description are provided below.

Suspect described as:

  • White male
  • 20 to 30 years old
  • 6’ 0” to 6’3” tall
  • Red, swollen hands

Suspect Photos:

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to call the APD Robbery tip line at (512) 974-5092, Crime Stoppers at 512-472-TIPS or use the new Crime Stoppers App. You can also submit tips by downloading APD’s mobile app, Austin PD, for free on iPhone and Android.
 

Governor Greg Abbott Extended The State Disaster Declaration In December For Texas Counties Affected By Hurricane Harvey

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 11:39
Governor Greg Abbott extended the State Disaster Declaration for Texas counties affected by Hurricane Harvey.

TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRESENTS SHALL COME: 

WHEREAS, I, GREG ABBOTT, Governor of the State of Texas, issued a disaster proclamation on August 23, 2017, certifying that Hurricane Harvey posed a threat of imminent disaster for Aransas, Austin, Bee, Brazoria, Calhoun, Chambers, Colorado, DeWitt, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Goliad, Gonzales, Harris, Jackson, Jefferson, Jim Wells, Karnes, Kleberg, Lavaca, Liberty, Live Oak, Matagorda, Nueces, Refugio, San Patricio, Victoria, Waller, Wharton and Wilson counties; and

WHEREAS, the disaster proclamation of August 23, 2017, was subsequently amended on August 26, August 27, August 28 and September 14 to add the following counties to the disaster proclamation: Angelina, Atascosa, Bastrop, Bexar, Brazos, Burleson, Caldwell, Cameron, Comal, Grimes, Guadalupe, Hardin, Jasper, Kerr, Lee, Leon, Madison, Milam, Montgomery, Newton, Orange, Polk, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto, Trinity, Tyler, Walker, Washington and Willacy; and

WHEREAS, on September 20, 2017, and in each subsequent month effective through today, I issued proclamations renewing the disaster declaration for all counties listed above; and

WHEREAS, due to the catastrophic damage caused by Hurricane Harvey, a state of disaster continues to exist in those same counties;

NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with the authority vested in me by Section 418.014 of the Texas Government Code, I do hereby renew the disaster proclamation for the 60 counties listed above.

Pursuant to Section 418.017 of the code, I authorize the use of all available resources of state government and of political subdivisions that are reasonably necessary to cope with this disaster.

Pursuant to Section 418.016 of the code, any regulatory statute prescribing the procedures for conduct of state business or any order or rule of a state agency that would in any way prevent, hinder or delay necessary action in coping with this disaster shall be suspended upon written approval of the Office of the Governor.  However, to the extent that the enforcement of any state statute or administrative rule regarding contracting or procurement would impede any state agency’s emergency response that is necessary to protect life or property threatened by this declared disaster, I hereby authorize the suspension of such statutes and rules for the duration of this declared disaster.

In accordance with the statutory requirements, copies of this proclamation shall be filed with the applicable authorities.

IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto signed my name and have officially caused the Seal of State to be affixed at my office in the City of Austin, Texas, this the 4th day of December, 2018. 

 

GREG ABBOTT
Governor

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46 Texas Burn Bans - 12/4/2018 10:41:24 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 11:33
ARMSTRONG, BAYLOR, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, CASTRO, CHILDRESS, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COMANCHE, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EL PASO, FISHER, GARZA, GLASSCOCK, HARTLEY, HOCKLEY, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MENARD, OLDHAM, REAGAN, REFUGIO, SAN PATRICIO, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, TERRELL, THROCKMORTON, UPTON, WARD, WILLACY, WINKLER, WISE, YOAKUM, ZAPATA
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DPS Reminds Texans to Prepare for Winter Weather

State - TX - DPS - Tue, 12/04/2018 - 00:00
AUSTIN - The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) encourages Texans in all regions of the state to make preparations for staying safe as we approach the official start of winter

Governor Greg Abbott Proclaims Day Of Mourning In Honor Of Former President George H.W. Bush

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 17:12
Governor Greg Abbott today proclaimed December 5, 2018, as an official Day of Mourning in Texas in honor of former President George H.W. Bush.

WHEREAS, the nation and our state lost a distinguished leader with the passing of President George Herbert Walker Bush on Friday, November 30, 2018; and  

WHEREAS, George H. W. Bush was a World War II veteran who served as one of the youngest aviators in the U.S. Navy; and after the war married Barbara Pierce Bush, his wife of 73 years, graduated from Yale University in just two and half years, and moved to Texas to begin a career in the oil and gas business; and

WHEREAS, he was first elected to public office as a United States Representative from Texas and then served as the Ambassador to the United Nations, Chairman of the Republican National Committee, Chief of the U.S. Liaison Office with the People’s Republic of China, and the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency; and   

WHEREAS, President Bush served two distinguished terms as vice president before being elected the 41st president of the United States, where he oversaw the end of the Cold War with the collapse of the Soviet Union, the reunification of Germany, and the victory in the First Gulf War; and

WHEREAS, in retirement, President Bush used the years following his presidency to work with other presidents on humanitarian efforts and to urge bipartisan unity on the critical issues facing the country; and 

WHEREAS, it is fitting to publicly set aside a day of mourning so all Texans can reflect on the life and person of George Herbert Walker Bush; 

NOW, THEREFORE, I, Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas as the Chief Executive Officer, do hereby order the following: 

Wednesday, December 5, 2018, shall be recognized as an official Day of Mourning.  The people of Texas are encouraged to gather, assemble, and pay their respects to the memory of George Herbert Walker Bush through ceremonies in homes, businesses, public buildings, schools, places of worship, or other appropriate places for public expression of grief and remembrance. 

To allow state employees to attend such observances, state agencies, offices, and departments shall be closed on that day, and general government operations and services shall be maintained by skeletal work crews. 

In addition, and in accordance with a proclamation issued by the President of the United States and by my powers under the Texas Government Code, the flags of the United States of America and of the State of Texas on the State Capitol Building and in the Capitol Complex, at the Governor's Mansion, and upon all state buildings, grounds, and facilities shall be flown at half-staff for a period of 30 days. 

I further direct that these flags shall be flown at half-staff for the same length of time at all Texas offices and facilities abroad.  Individuals, businesses, municipalities, counties, and other political subdivisions in Texas are encouraged to fly these flags at half-staff for the same length of time as a sign of respect and honor. 

Flags should return to full staff at sunrise or the beginning of the display day on Monday, December 31, 2018. 

This executive order supersedes all previous orders on this matter that are in conflict or inconsistent with its terms, and this order shall remain in effect and in full force until modified, amended, rescinded, or superseded by me or by a succeeding Governor.

Given under my hand this the 3rd day of December, 2018. 

 

GREG ABBOTT
Governor

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Governor Abbott Proclaims Day Of Mourning In Honor Of Former President George H.W. Bush

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 17:10
Governor Greg Abbott today proclaimed December 5, 2018, as an official Day of Mourning in Texas in honor of former President George H.W. Bush.

Governor Greg Abbott today proclaimed December 5, 2018, as an official Day of Mourning in Texas in honor of former President George H.W. Bush. Under this proclamation, the people of Texas are encouraged to gather, assemble, and pay their respects to the memory of George Herbert Walker Bush through ceremonies in homes, businesses, public buildings, schools, places of worship, or other appropriate places for public expression of grief and remembrance. 

To allow state employees to attend such observances, state agencies, offices, and departments shall be closed on that day, and general government operations and services shall be maintained by skeletal work crews. 

Read the full proclamation here.

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Governor Abbott Appoints Norris Adjutant General Of Texas

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 10:32
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Major General Tracy Norris the Adjutant General of Texas, effective January 1, 2019.

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed Major General Tracy Norris the Adjutant General of Texas, effective January 1, 2019. The adjutant general is commander of the Soldiers and Airmen of the Texas Military Department, and reports directly to the Governor in matters pertaining to the Texas Army National Guard, Texas Air National Guard and Texas State Guard. General Norris is the first female to be appointed Adjutant General of Texas. 

"Major General Tracy Norris has a distinguished career and I am honored to appoint her Adjutant General of Texas," said Governor Abbott. "General Norris exemplifies the values of service and sacrifice, and her record is nothing short of impeccable. Under her leadership, the Texas Military Department will continue its strong legacy of service to the Lone Star State."

Major General Tracy Norris of Austin is Deputy Adjutant General for Army, and previously served as the Assistant Deputy Adjutant General for Army, and as Director of Construction and Facilities Management for the Texas Military Department. She also served as commander of the 176th Engineer Brigade and as Chief of Staff of the 36th Infantry Division; responsible for oversight of command and control throughout nine southern provinces of Iraq in 2010.

Additionally, General Norris has had the privilege of serving the Army National Guard (ARNG) in Georgia, Florida, Massachusetts and at NGB Washington D.C. She served the NGB as a program manager and executive officer, overseeing the Environmental Division; National Guard Range & Training Lands Division; and as Chief of the Training Facilities Team under the Training Support Branch of the ARNG.

During her 32-year career, she has earned several decorations and awards including the Legion of Merit, the Bronze Star Medal, the Meritorious Service Medal (with four oak leaf clusters), the Army Commendation Medal (with four oak leaf clusters), Iraq Campaign Medal (with 2 oak leaf clusters), and Humanitarian Service Medal for service during Hurricane Katrina and Rita. General Norris is also a recipient of the Department of State Franklin Award as well as the Army Engineer Association Bronze order of the de Fleury Medal.

General Norris earned a commission after completing the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Florida State University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology and a Master of Science in Urban and Regional Planning. Additionally, General Norris received a Master in Strategic Studies from the United States Army War College and a Master of Business Administration from the McCombs School of Business at The University of Texas at Austin.

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46 Texas Burn Bans - 12/3/2018 8:23:44 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 08:31
ARMSTRONG, BAYLOR, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, CASTRO, CHILDRESS, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COMANCHE, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EL PASO, FISHER, GARZA, GLASSCOCK, HARTLEY, HOCKLEY, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MENARD, OLDHAM, REAGAN, REFUGIO, SAN PATRICIO, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, TERRELL, THROCKMORTON, UPTON, WARD, WILLACY, WINKLER, WISE, YOAKUM, ZAPATA
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Reward Increased to $8,000 for Most Wanted Sex Offender From Wichita Falls

State - TX - DPS - Mon, 12/03/2018 - 00:00
AUSTIN - The reward for David Dale Booth, 60, a Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender and this month's featured fugitive, has been increased to $8,000 for information leading to his capture

Governor Abbott Attends Texas Capitol Menorah Lighting Ceremony

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Sun, 12/02/2018 - 17:38
Governor Greg Abbott today joined Jewish community leaders at the Texas Capitol Menorah Lighting Ceremony in celebration of the first day of Hanukkah.

Governor Greg Abbott today joined Jewish community leaders at the Texas Capitol Menorah Lighting Ceremony in celebration of the first day of Hanukkah. The Governor spoke of the strength of the Jewish people and the enduring bond between the state of Texas and the Jewish community before lighting the shamash candle of the menorah.

“Today, as we celebrate this festival of lights, we are reminded of the remarkable strength and resolve of the Jewish people,” said Governor Abbott. “The lessons of Hanukkah have endured and remain relevant in our lives today. Cecilia and I wish a joyous Hanukkah to the Jewish community here in the state of Texas, across America, and around the world.”

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Governor Abbott Statement On Passing Of Former U.S. President George H.W. Bush

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Sat, 12/01/2018 - 06:25
Governor Greg Abbott tonight issued the following statement on the passing of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush.

Governor Greg Abbott tonight issued the following statement on the passing of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush:

"The state of Texas mourns with the nation at the passing of one of our greatest Presidents. George H.W. Bush was an American hero and icon, he was a friend to all he met, he embodied class and dignity. Texans are genuinely honored that he called the Lone Star State home and we collectively grieve this monumental loss. On behalf of Texas, Cecilia and I offer our thoughts and prayers to the Bush family in their time of need."

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Governor Abbott Statement On McKesson Corporation Relocating Global Headquarters To Texas

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Fri, 11/30/2018 - 15:42
Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement welcoming McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 6 company, to the State of Texas. Effective April 1, 2019, McKesson Corporation will relocate its corporate headquarters from San Francisco, California to Las Colinas, Texas.

Governor Greg Abbott today issued a statement welcoming McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 6 company, to the State of Texas. Effective April 1, 2019, McKesson Corporation will relocate its corporate headquarters from San Francisco, California to Las Colinas, Texas. This relocation expands McKesson’s already strong presence in the DFW area, where they opened a campus in Irving in April of 2017. McKesson is the largest pharmaceutical distributor in the United States. 

"I’m delighted McKesson, a Fortune 6 company, is making Texas the home of its new global headquarters,” said Governor Abbott. "The company has a long record of success in our state. McKesson’s expansion is an example of the kind of high-quality companies and jobs Texas has attracted as a result of our focus on economic growth, and I am proud to welcome them to the Lone Star State.”

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Governor Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team Hosts Roundtable Discussion For Male Leaders To Prevent Child Sexual Exploitation

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Fri, 11/30/2018 - 15:31
Governor Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team hosted a roundtable for male leaders in law enforcement, faith communities, business, and youth-serving organizations from across the state to share strategies on preventing child sex trafficking.

Governor Abbott’s Child Sex Trafficking Team hosted a roundtable for male leaders in law enforcement, faith communities, business, and youth-serving organizations from across the state to share strategies on preventing child sex trafficking. Children At Risk educated attendees about online strategies to deter and interdict buyers of commercial sex. New Friends New Life presented on its manKINDness program, which teaches young men the importance of respecting girls and women, and empowers them to prevent predatory behavior. Leaders who attended the meeting committed to implementing these strategies in their communities across Texas.

"The leaders at our meeting today addressed the reality that the market for child sexual exploitation is largely driven by men. But, today's meeting confirmed our conviction that Texas men can and must be a part of the solution in ending this heinous crime," said Andrea Sparks, Director of the Governor's Child Sex Trafficking Team. "These leaders are engaging their peers and educating and empowering young men to be part of the solution. Today's meeting is the first step in inspiring men of character all over our state to do just that."

New Friends New Life, Children At Risk, and Austin 20 — a philanthropic organization that supports anti-trafficking efforts in Austin, work closely with the Governor's Child Sex Trafficking Team to promote strategies that combat child victimization.

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Governor Abbott Appoints Junkin To The 453rd Judicial District Court

State - TX - Governor's Proclamations - Fri, 11/30/2018 - 13:35
Governor Greg Abbott has appointed David Junkin as Judge of the 453rd Judicial District Court in Hays County for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

Governor Greg Abbott has appointed David Junkin as Judge of the 453rd Judicial District Court in Hays County for a term set to expire on December 31, 2020, or until his successor shall be duly elected and qualified.

David Junkin of Wimberley is an attorney in private practice. He is a member of the State Bar of Texas, Hays County Bar Association, and the Wimberley Business & Professional Association. He is a member of the Wimberley Lions Club and a director and parliamentarian for CASA of Central Texas. Additionally, he is a former director of Wimberley Senior Citizens Activity, Inc., Habitat for Humanity, and the Wimberley Education Foundation. Junkin received a Bachelor of Science from Texas A&M University and a Juris Doctor degree from the University of Houston Law Center.

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46 Texas Burn Bans - 11/30/2018 9:53:39 AM

Texas - Burn Bans by County - Fri, 11/30/2018 - 10:32
ARMSTRONG, BAYLOR, BREWSTER, BRISCOE, BROOKS, CASTRO, CHILDRESS, COCHRAN, COLEMAN, COMANCHE, CRANE, CROSBY, CULBERSON, DALLAM, DIMMIT, DONLEY, EL PASO, FISHER, GARZA, GLASSCOCK, HARTLEY, HOCKLEY, HOWARD, HUDSPETH, JEFF DAVIS, JIM HOGG, LA SALLE, MARTIN, MAVERICK, MENARD, OLDHAM, REAGAN, REFUGIO, SAN PATRICIO, STARR, STEPHENS, SUTTON, TERRELL, THROCKMORTON, UPTON, WARD, WILLACY, WINKLER, WISE, YOAKUM, ZAPATA
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