Mighty Fine Burgers Fries & Shakes celebrates 10 years in Austin
Mighty Fine Burgers Fries and Shakes is now open at The Picnic food trailer park on Barton Springs Road.
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By Emma Whalen |
By Emma Whalen
Austin's city manager selected Joseph Chacon as the next police chief, pending City Council approval.
Redistricting is one of the items on the third special session, and the state Senate released proposed maps on Sept. 18.
The newly approved rate, paired with higher home appraisal rates, will result in an increase in taxes for many homeowners.
Commissioners approved public funding for local nonprofits, including funding for the Williamson Museum.
Austin Public Health gave ACL the go-ahead to allow proof of vaccination in lieu of a negative COVID-19 test, but asked organizers to require masking in some areas.
Austin's Office of Police Oversight objected to several aspects of the police department's approach to classifying and investigating protest-related grievances.
Verde Square, a mixed-use development, is expected to break ground on construction by the end of 2022.
Zilker Park closes in preparation for Austin City Limits Music Festival
New recommendations from a report launched in the wake of Winter Storm Uri detail adjustments Austin could make to its mold response.
Austin ISD recorded more cases in the first month of this school year than in all of the 2020-2021 school year. Still, Austin ISD saw a lower percentage of cases in students than surrounding school districts.
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Two Round Rock ISD trustees are up for possible censure, according to the meeting agenda for Sept 22.