KUT Morning Newspod February 2, 2012
For years, people have chosen to represent themselves in Texas divorce cases. But they often use documents that aren’t accepted in some courts. Now there’s work on introducing standardized divorce forms that could streamline the process. However, as KUT’s Erika Aguilar reports, there’s resistance to crafting a do-it-yourself approach to divorce.
Commission Sounds Off on Single-Member Districts
A citizen panel will vote tonight on recommendations that could shape how Austin elects city council members. KUT’s Matt Largey speaks with Nelson Linder, a member of the Charter Revision Committee.
Photo Exhibit Documents Clarksville’s African-American History
When Pauline Brown, a longtime Clarksville resident, died several years ago, she left behind a historical treasure. Her rare collection of photographs depicts the people and places of old Clarksville. Those photos will be on display starting Friday at Jeffery’s Restaurant in one of Austin’s most storied neighborhoods. Gretch Sanders has more.