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By Emma Freer
1:00 PM Dec 6, 2017 CST
Two Austin events announce plans
The governments and school district are looking to grow a network of facilities that can provide resources to residents amid weather emergencies.
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Local health leaders said they want to see the current downward trend of COVID-19 hospitalizations persist before making any changes.
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The former Anderson High School stadium and Huston-Tillotson University could soon be listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Superintendent Stephanie Elizalde said while it seems that the district has received "millions and millions," it has been able to use a fraction of granted emergency funds.
Riding a scooter this weekend? Keep an eye out for Bird’s new integration with Capital Metro’s bikeshare.
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After a large police response to a falsely reported school shooting last week, one member of the Austin ISD board of trustees is concerned about police scaring students.
The signs provide real-time parking information for the Austin City Hall, Austin Central Library and Seaholm lots. They will begin to show the real-time data next week.
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