1000 Degrees Pizza closes in the Shops at Arbor Walk
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6th Street shooting suspect arrested in Killeen, 2 days after charges against original suspects dropped in Travis County
Killeen police said 19-year-old De’Ondre Jermirris White was apprehended on the afternoon of June 24.
The quickly expanding on-demand service is now available in nine zones and plans to expand to two more this summer.
Flix Brewhouse reopening in Round Rock; algae toxicity falls in Lake Travis and more Central Texas news
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The city of Austin is now taking public input on future mobility enhancements and cultural installations along the Burnet Road corridor.
Samples collected June 10 showed a signficiant decline in toxicity; however, conditions are subject to change.
Legislature passes power reforms as Texas grid is prepped for potentially record-breaking summer demand
The Texas Legislature wrapped up its spring session with the passage of several bills related to the power grid ahead of the system's next seasonal test this summer.
Central Health's downtown innovation district planned unit development project approved, campus cleared for potential redevelopment
The 14-acre site located between I-35 and Waterloo Park could be redeveloped as a walkable, mixed-use commercial hub.
Dutch Bros Coffee coming to Hutto; Waterloo Park in Austin will open Aug. 14 and more Central Texas news
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The Lions Municipal Golf Course is part of a University of Texas-owned property that may be rezoned by the city of Austin over the coming months.
PHOTOS: Waterloo Park will open Aug. 14 with full-day festival, host Gary Clark Jr. for first ticketed concert Aug. 20
The 11-acre park on Waller Creek features an amphitheater, trails, gardens, play spaces, and a food truck area.
Agenda items will be announced before the session begins, according to a release from the governor's office.
County staff has identified a total of 10 high-priority projects countywide to be funded through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development's Community Development Block Grant Program.