The Texas State Capitol building with statues in front looking up at the building.

Deep in the Heart of Texas: Natural Gas Cuts Its Way Through the Hill Country

By Emily Martin & Will Wadsworth News Director & Assistant News Director In this month’s In the Public Interest segment, KTSW News worked its way through Hays County to find out more about the contentious Permian Highway Pipeline project. Once … Continue reading Deep in the Heart of Texas: Natural Gas Cuts Its Way Through the Hill Country

Invisible, Temporary and Permanent Disability Services

Monica Solis KTSW News While the struggle of self-identity is not uncommon amongst individuals, many struggle with a different sense of identity – the label of disability. Office of Disability Service director, Clint-Michael Reneau, said students are often nervous about approaching ODS simply because of the self-consciousness often attached to that label. “There’s some issues or stigmatization that go with that and that ends up hindering students because they don’t seek the appropriate accommodations that are necessary.” -Reneau Reneau said his office worked on accommodations for approximately two-thousand students last Fall, working with those who had either physical, cognitive or … Continue reading Invisible, Temporary and Permanent Disability Services