All Saints Tattoo now open on Burnet Road
By Jack Flagler
Jack is the editor for Community Impact's Central Austin edition. He graduated in 2011 from Boston University and worked as a reporter and editor at newspapers in Maine, Massachusetts and North Carolina before moving to Austin in January of 2018.
When electric scooters first arrived in Austin in April 2018, residents and city officials alike raised concerns about regulations, safety and inconvenience.
Austin police chief doubles down: Cops will continue citing and, in some cases, arresting for pot possession despite City Council direction
City Council decision does not change how police department handles marijuana possession, according to the police chief.
According to court documents, the Tex-Mex restaurant's financial issues started with its Dripping Springs location, which lost over $1 million per year.
Austin City Council tells police to stop enforcement against low-level pot possession; police Chief Brian Manley says council cannot dictate enforcement of state law
There is some disagreement on what Austin's new marijuana possession policy means for residents.
Starting Jan. 26, riders can ride the new electric buses, which will rotate among routes.
Some City Council members said taxpayer dollars should not be used to fight taxpayer interests.
The health care district is considering increasing its minimum wage to $15 per hour.
With resources limited in homelessness initiatives, potential of former HealthSouth property sparks disagreement on City Council
The city-owned 87,744-square-foot property has sat vacant in downtown Austin for years.
This is the burger chain's 19th location in Austin.
The Travis Central Appraisal District board of trustees voted to bring back in-person meetings for informal protests this year.
Officials in Austin and Travis County have formed a complete count committee to support the 2020 census effort.
Drivers who illegal park in a bicycle lane could receive a $300 fine and have their vehicles towed.