On this week’s episode of The Texan’s “Weekly Roundup,” Senior Editor McKenzie Taylor is joined by reporters Daniel Friend, Brad Johnson, and the newest addition to the team, Isaiah Mitchell. The group talks Austin homelessness and the Windsor Park trash flood, how Sen. Pat Fallon’s 4th Congressional District nomination affects his seat in the Texas Senate, and a private Christian school’s defiance of a local closure order.
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