Xian Sushi and Noodle opens new Domain location
Xian Noodles serves build-your-own soup bowls.
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By Emma Whalen |
By Emma Whalen
Workers who contribute to the construction of the Block 185 building celebrated topping off the structure, a big milestone for the development project that began in 2019.
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Austin's city auditor and police chief agree the police department's computer program to identify at-risk officers is not fulfilling its mission.
As delta variant COVID -19 cases are sending more young people to local ICUs, The Austin-Travis County Health Authority has moved the area back to guidelines that require masks indoors.
Spicy Boys offers customers a variety of fried chicken options, including sandwiches, chicken wings and boneless bites.
The U.S. men's national team will host Jamaica for a FIFA World Cup qualifier game on Oct. 7.
Want to have your voice heard about Project Connect? Tune in to the upcoming virtual meetings.
New complex to have 120 living units and an outdoor memory garden.
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Dozens of city residents calling into or appearing at City Hall on July 22 shared their thoughts about policing and the city's spending plan.
Round Rock ISD announced July 22 that it will offer virtual learning for students in kindergarten through sixth grade and release its COVID-19 safety plan July 29.
Experts say that a decrease in mortgage purchase applications points to “a reversion back to norm” in the Austin housing market.