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The equipment will be handed out to players at a giveback event also at Q2 in September.
Throughout the Austin metro, office spaces are seeing an increase in demand for large office spaces, but according to a report from AQUILA, demand does not always mean signed leases.
The two new resolutions will cap fares for all passengers and reduce overall fees for low-income riders.
Low inventory to blame for soaring prices
On July 26, Travis County commissioners voted to conduct a performance audit on Central Health after members from the Austin Taxpayers Union, the NAACP and the League of United Latin American Citizens alleged Central Health has lacked financial transparency.
The Austin Watershed Protection Department detected potent neurotoxin dihydroanatoxin A, the same toxin that killed five dogs after swimming in Lady Bird Lake in 2019.
California-based Urban Alchemy has been tapped to manage the ARCH as its longtime operator is stepping away.
Sala and Betty is slated to close at the end of July, and Plow Bao will close Aug. 20.
Students say they still feel safe on campus after the first campus monkeypox case was reported a little over a week ago, although some say not much information has been made available to students.
Over 5,000 doses have been sent to Dallas County, and others will be distributed to local health departments.
As MezzeMe Turkish Kitchen owner Mahmud “Moody” Ugur reflects on the restaurant’s fifth anniversary, he thinks of all the changes it has undergone, along with the family, friendship and fun that has been at the heart of the business.
City officials and community organizations gathered July 21 for an event supporting a potential affordable housing bond.
Austin Public Works is currently dealing with an unprecedented number of crossing guard vacancies.
Two city policy changes will allow for more housing along corridors where city leaders feel the development will be better received and will provide access to amenities and public transportation.
The utility will not increase its rates for the fifth year in a row, but it will look to do so in FY 2023-24.
The funds support community or state technical colleges with vocational training programs lasting up to six months.
Since 2016, Vision Zero has been improving safety on 19 intersections.
While some worry about enforcement, local leaders and traffic experts count on lowering speed limits to save lives
Speed limits on nearly 50 roads throughout Austin were lowered in June.
Experts emphasize fire safety, emergency preparedness amid abnormally dry conditions throughout Texas
Nine out of 10 wildfires are caused by people. With dry vegetation and minimal rainfall, experts encourage Texans to be aware of their surroundings and obey local restrictions.
Costs are outpacing revenue, so Austin Energy is proposing to raise base rates as part of its regular base rate review.
The half-day summit addressed some of the conflict developers have with local government, as well as hopes for the future.