East Austin Medicine Shop moves to North Central Austin
The company’s current location in Central Austin will remain open.
Austin ISD board of trustees released a statement about Superintendent Paul Cruz's resignation.
Following a change in state law that allows Central Health to employ and appoint physicians, the agency took its first step to hiring its own medical professionals.
The Texas Transportation Commission will consider a plan to provide the funding for the project at its Feb. 27 meeting.
A $60 million practice facility for UT's men's and women's basketball teams and women's rowing team is scheduled to open next to the Moody Center in 2022.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority approved an interlocal agreement with the Capital Area Rural Transportation System to help provide $2 million in funding for a large-scale bus plaza in East Austin.
912,000-sq.-ft. Rainey district project tied to WeWork clears final hurdle before Austin City Council
The project is also tied to the developers responsible for Austin's planned tallest tower at Sixth and Guadalupe streets.
This month's events include Amplify Austin Day, Rodeo Austin, SXSW and ABC Kite Fest.
Preliminary budgeting presentation shows Austin ISD could again face spending deficit in fiscal year 2020-21
The district is anticipating its next budget will include a spending deficit of about $16.3 million.
The Texas Legislature repealed straight-ticket voting in 2017, but the change was not implemented until this year. In November 2018, more than 60% of county voters chose the straight-ticket option.
The Palm School has been at the center of tension between the city and Travis County.
With initiative to curb fear of violent crime, Austin’s Downtown Commission recommends full staffing of police
After a rise in violent crime, the Austin Police Department has beefed up police presence downtown.