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Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said while it seems that the district has received "millions and millions," it has been able to use a fraction of granted emergency funds.
Riding a scooter this weekend? Keep an eye out for Bird’s new integration with Capital Metro’s bikeshare.
After a large police response to a falsely reported school shooting last week, one member of the Austin ISD board of trustees is concerned about police scaring students.
With about an 8% increase in property tax revenue and more in sales tax revenue, Dripping Springs increased its fiscal year 2021-22 budget by about $1 million over last year's.
The 2-mile stretch of South Congress Avenue from William Cannon Drive to Slaughter Lane has changed dramatically in the last decade, with development accelerating since 2019.
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The flights will run three days per week and include COVID-19 safety measures for passengers.
Pro pickleball league coming to Dripping Springs; The Kebab Shop opens in Pflugerville and more Central Texas news
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Austin regains all pandemic job loss, San Antonio nearly misses top 10 best performing metros in the country
The Austin and San Antonio metropolitan statistical areas continue their recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic.
It is the second location for the local succulent and cactus purveyor.
A new pickleball league based in Austin is launching its inaugural season with a tournament in Dripping Springs later this fall.
Travis County says TxDOT I-35 proposals need ‘more work’ in letter to the state transportation agency
TxDOT said that taking down the highway’s upper decks from Airport Boulevard to Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard necessitates property displacements.