7:32 PM Nov 5, 2019 CST

UPDATED: Here is how Texas voters weighed in on 10 state constitutional amendments on the ballot Nov. 5

Ten constitutional amendments went before voters in Texas on Election Day, Nov. 5.



Austin voters refuse opportunity to vote on Convention Center expansion with rejection of Prop B

Early voting results are in for Austin's Proposition B.



Update: Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District passes with almost 75% of the vote

Early voting results roll in for the creation of the Southwestern Travis County Groundwater Conservation District.


Travis County voters approve Expo Center proposition

Precinct 1 Commissioner Jeff Travillion said in a statement that investment in the Expo Center is "long overdue."


Amid resources offered to those cleared from around the ARCH, question of where homeless will go remains difficult to answer

Austin is working on offering more resources to those experiencing homelessness; however, service providers are still having a hard time telling them where they can go to sleep.


Historic landmark commission approves certificate of appropriateness for Royal Arch Masonic Lodge in downtown Austin

The city of Austin Historic Landmark Commission approved a certificate of appropriateness for an addition proposed atop the Royal Arch Masonic Lodge downtown at a meeting Oct. 28.



Your 2019 voter guide to state constitutional amendments on the ballot in Texas

Texas voters can vote for or against 10 amendments to the state’s constitution Nov. 5.


Austin Election Day guide 2019: learn where you can vote, what's on the ballot and more

Polls are open on Election Day across the county from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.


ACC rejects all bids for piece of Pinnacle campus property

After soliciting bids for the property starting in April, the board has voted to reject all bids.


MoPac South toll lane project advancing with February open house

Organizations involved with the planning have scheduled an open house event in February



New version of AISD School Changes plan focuses on 2020-21 changes, includes 4 updated consolidation scenarios

Four schools are being considered for possible consolidation for the 2020-21 school year: Sims, Metz, Pease and Brooke elementary schools.


Company launches shared electric mopeds in Austin

Electric moped company Revel launches in Austin


Texas law requires retired police dogs be auctioned off. Proposition 10 would send them home with their handlers.

On Nov. 5, Texas voters will consider Proposition 10, which would amend the state Constitution to allow retired law-enforcement animals, such as dogs or horses, to be adopted by their handlers or other qualified caretakers.


Texas law requires retired police dogs be auctioned off. Proposition 10 would send them home with their handlers.

On Nov. 5, Texas voters will consider Proposition 10, which would amend the state Constitution to allow retired law-enforcement animals, such as dogs or horses, to be adopted by their handlers or other qualified caretakers.



Salt Traders Coastal Cooking opens Zilker location

Round Rock seafood resturant Salt Traders Coastal Cooking opened a new location in Austin's Zilker neighborhood Sept. 16.


As Austin prepares to analyze use of scooters, bikes on public parkland, here is an explanation of how geofencing technology works

Geofencing technology can vary slightly from operator to operator, but generally falls into two categories: speed reduction and no-parking zones.


Austin ISD to release updated School Changes scenarios Friday

Austin ISD announced the district would release Version 2 of its School Changes plan in the afternoon Nov. 1


Austin wants to put trash cans near homeless camps under highways, awaits state approval

Austin moves closer to placing garbage cans underneath its highways to help with trash collection near homeless encampments.



Red's Porch closes on South Lamar

Red’s Porch closed Oct. 10 due to failing to pay rent according to a notice posted by the landlord, …


Central Health, Sendero expand health insurance program during open enrollment

Central Health and Sendero Health Plans are expanding a program that provides for health insurance premiums for Travis County residents with chronic illnesses and complex medical needs.