Silver Grill Cafe closes in Northwest Austin
Austin City Council supports expansive investigation into police department culture and training, likely suspends one future cadet class
The move follows allegations that a former high-ranking officers regularly used racial slurs throughout his career with no recourse from department leaders.
City Council will hear thoughts from residents on comprehensive revision to land use rules at weekend hearing
City Council will take its first of three votes on the land development code revision Dec. 9.
At the Austin Chamber of Commerce's annual economic outlook, Sarah House of Wells Fargo said Austin faces challenges of affordability and a tight labor market.
SPENGA—a fitness studio that incorporates spin, strength training and yoga into a high-intensity 60-minute workout—is building its first studio in the Austin area.
The Texas Land and Cattle Steakhouse, which was east of Lakeline Mall at 14010 Hwy. 183, Bldg. B, Austin, has closed.
The city of Austin allows the public consumption of alcohol except in six designated areas.
Longtime Travis County Commissioner Gerald Daugherty will not seek re-election following end of current term
Daugherty has served western Travis County for the last 14 years, with terms from 2002-2008 and 2013 to the present.
City staff must be more transparent as city moves toward motel shelter strategy, Austin City Council says
Austin City Council is preparing to purchase another motel for conversion into a homeless shelter, but urged staff to be more transparent as motels are chosen.
Dell Children’s Medical Center on Dec. 3 began providing pediatric primary care services out of a mobile clinic in a partnership with Texas Women, Infants, and Children.
Construction could begin in summer 2020 on an expansion project to widen Anderson Mill Road in Northwest Austin.
Austin City Council authorizes APD investigation after assistant chief accused of racist and homophobic slurs
In a unanimous vote Dec. 5, Austin City Council directed city manager Spencer Cronk to initiate a widespread, independent investigation into the culture and practices of the Austin Police Department following an anonymous whistleblower complaint that an assistant chief had regularly used racist and homophobic language throughout his career at the department.
Fifty-six of the 60 projects included in the five-year bond program Travis County voters approved in 2017 are in active development, according to a Dec. 3 presentation made to the Commissioners Court.