Magnolia Cafe celebrates 40th anniversary
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By Jack Flagler|
By Jack Flagler
Sixth Street fatal shooting leads to renewed discussions of public safety staffing, gun violence prevention in Austin
Increased police staffing, improved EMS availability, and state or federal action on gun violence prevention are among the proposals floated in the wake of the weekend shooting.
Commissioners voted unanimously to postpone any design or construction of new jail facilities for at least a year while staff re-evaluate the Travis County correctional system's needs.
Motorists should look for pedestrians walking around near the site of Q2 Stadium ahead of Austin FC's June 19 inaugural home game.
Owner of area shopping centers files for bankruptcy; Chez Nous closes in Austin and more Central Texas news
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Austin officials on June 15 provided an update on enforcement and outreach work by city staff and the Austin Police Department with the second phase of Proposition B camping ban enforcement now underway.
Williamson County did not hold a vote to file a lawsuit against the city of Austin over the contentious Candlewood Suites property in Northwest Austin.
The restaurant opened in 1982 after its owners moved to Texas from Paris.
Travis County has reached a milestone in COVID-19 vaccinations.
City crews are working on several projects along Burnet Road that will make the corridor safer for pedestrians and cyclists.
"This is unusual for this early in the summer season," said Woody Rickerson, ERCOT vice president of grid planning and operations, in a news release.
The PUD plan garnered some community resistance this spring due to concerns over how a height increase for the project's proposed office towers could affect development and resident displacement in surrounding neighborhoods.
The city began issuing written warnings June 13 in its second phase of enforcing criminal penalties for camping in public.