Melissa Rodrigues to serve as Linder Elementary School principal
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Office of Police Oversight report finds complaints against Austin police officers went up, but discipline fell in 2020
The new report centers on the office's three main functions, including tracking APD officer discipline, reviewing the city's police policies, and engaging with Austin residents.
For the past five months, grassroots volunteer groups have been working to connect thousands of Central Texans to COVID-19 vaccines.
The project, funded by a 2018 Bond, will cause some lane closures
Commissioners directed staff this week to develop a plan to fully electrify Travis County's fleet of vehicles, a leading source of greenhouse gas emissions for the county.
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Downtown Austin's Indeed Tower sells to California real estate and development company in $580M deal
The newly-completed 36-story tower sold to Kilroy Realty Corp. for $580 million.
Residents lay out priorities for new Palm District area plan with project's engagement period underway
Through the planning process, feedback from Austin community members will contribute to the drafting of a Palm District Small Area Plan to be finalized and adopted by city officials next year.
Project Connect Orange Line design reveals proposed locations for rail stations in North, South Austin
The latest Orange Line design shows potential elevated rail line over I-35, as well as options for the Drag.
The tour's founders say they are open to a new local operator taking over the event.
Through Austin's HEAL initiative, residents of an encampment near East Austin's Terrazas Branch Libarary were relocated to a South Austin shelter before that camp is cleared away.
The Central Texas nonprofit also said its blood supply remains depleted due to decreased donations through the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Tesla START program will hire and train ACC students to work with robotics and other advanced manufacturing equipment.