Austin nonprofit aimed at developing youth leaders changes name
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By Amy Denney
The USWNT takes on the Nigerian national team at Q2 Stadium ahead of the summer Olympic Games.
Austin Animal Center reaches critical capacity, opens doors to all adopters for first time since May 2020
Austin and Travis County’s animal shelter, Austin Animal Center, reached negative kennel space May 4, meaning there are more dogs than available kennels, according to a release from the city of Austin.
Property owners have until May 17 to file a protest of their home's appraisal.
Round Rock-based Wag-A-Bag to be acquired, change name; Georgetown residents to see higher water bills and more Central Texas news
Read the latest business and community news from the Central Texas area.
Austin City Hall notebook: Votes on revamped APD cadet academy, possible shift in homeless strategy on tap May 6
Council may look to the possibility of establishing designated campgrounds for the Austin's homeless this spring, with a citywide public camping ban set to go into effect May 11.
Jeweler Blue Nile opening new North Austin storefront and 4 other new businesses to know in The Domain and Domain Northside
Check out these new businesses that have opened or are coming soon in North Austin.
At the start of the pandemic in March 2020, child abuse advocates feared they would see a drop in reported cases of suspected abuse and/or neglect.
Training of the Austin Police Department's 144th cadet class could get underway next month following an overhaul of the academy's instructional process and curriculum.
Austin-Travis County interim Health Authority Mark Escott said he expects the FDA to authorize Pfizer's vaccine for kids 12 and up within a week.
With Proposition B's passage, Austin City Council looks to solidify homelessness summit goals, may consider designated campgrounds
The city may look to the concept of temporary designated campsites to house individuals experiencing homelessness after a new camping ban enacted through Proposition B goes into effect.
Williamson County continues to report new COVID-19 cases as 56% of eligible residents have received at least 1 dose
Here are the most recent coronavirus updates from Williamson County.
As Travis County receives fewer vaccines this week, state asks for 'one more big push' in distribution
The Texas Department of State Health Services is shifting its distribution model for vaccines moving forward.